FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Knowledge is Power
Is there a fee to attend this conference?
This conference is FREE to our attendees.
Am I eligible to attend?
This event is open primarily to law enforcement & prosecutors who investigate and prosecute technology-facilitated crimes against children. Select members representing industry, academia, NGO's and other organizations will be approved on a case-by-case basis. Still not sure you are eligible? Click the "Get In Touch" button at the top of the page.
What if I don't investigate tech crimes against children?
As long as you meet the professional qualifications for entry, much of our subject matter experts will present on technology crimes that will be relevant to many other disciplines and therefore, of value to any investigator or prosecutor.
What is the registration process?
Visit our homepage to register and select your appropriate ticket. Please note that identification will be required during the on-site check-in process. If you not sure whether or not you meet the requirements for attendance, please contact the organizers prior to making your travel plans.
What if I need to cancel my registration?
If you are unable to attend the conference and have already registered, please send an email to Kelly Crouch. Having an accurate registration list helps us tremendously!
Where is the Agenda?
Specific session details will NOT be available until September. You will NOT have access to this information without registering and receiving confirmation first! Remember, you may always cancel your registration if your plans change at a later date.
What's the difference between "Host" hotel vs. "Partner" hotel?
All of our listed hotels have guaranteed our attendees the prevailing federal per diem rate for their stay (to be adjusted once published). We have designated the Aloft & Element by Marriott as our "Host" hotels (connected properties) as a way of providing a common space for attendees to enjoy the networking opportunities outside of the conference space. These hotels are also the closest to the venue. Our "Partner" hotels offer the same federal per diem rates however, have fewer rooms available.
Why book my hotel now?
All of our contracted hotels have made a limited number of rooms available to our attendees. Each property will conduct a "room block review" at various times between now and September. If the requisite percentage of rooms set aside have NOT been booked, they will reduce our inventory! Remember, you can always cancel your room reservation w/o penalty as long as you do so within the cancel window for each property (generally 48-hours prior to arrival).
Will there be computer labs?
We will be offering a variety of computer labs that will have limited seating available. Information regarding lab sign-up will published in late September, via the Whova conference app.
How do I get around?
Organized transportation is NOT provided and as such, each attendee is responsible for their own. The nearest airport is SeaTac International and is located approximately 21 miles south of our host hotel. Depending upon traffic, for which we are known for, this could be anywhere from 20-75 minutes each way.
Our host hotel is less than 1 mile from the venue.
Uber & Lyft are readily available in this market.
I'm interested in presenting - what do I need to do?
We are always looking for material that is relevant to our audience and delivered by community professionals. Please visit our speaker page for more details or contact Dolly Gill or Kelly Crouch directly.
I still have questions, what do I do?
Contact Kelly Crouch