“PROTECTING AND DEFENDING PRIVATE SECTOR OF THE UNITED STATES IN BUSINESS WITH THE REGION””
In this premier event, we join forces with our members and partners to advocate and support the rural area with economic development, investment and international cooperation. The 2019 Security World Summit Miami will allow all delegates the opportunity to discuss current initiatives to enhance border protection and advance intelligence capabilities. All members and elite partners to the U.S MCC will also consider new monitoring measures to improve the Miami Summit's effectiveness.
The exclusive conference will promote discussions aimed at ways to eliminate the threat of transnational criminal activities and violent extremism at our borders and the interest of our members and partners from private sector of the United States.
This summit aims to highlight the existing gaps in effectively protecting our homeland and the technological and intelligence capabilities required in order to succeed in keeping our nation safe and our partners in the region. We continue preparing our next one in Los Angeles, California this coming January 2020.
Highlights of the Summit
Dr. Marcelo Orestes de Pierro
Secretary of Defense
BORDER PROTECTION IN THE REGION
Chief of National Security
General de Division, Julian Pacheco
IChief of National Security
Jesus Orta Martinez
IChief of National Security
Jesus Alberto Capella
Secretary Homeland Security
“An encounter between Interpol and Human Right Watch to discuss issues about law and right to the people, focusing of the current drug and terrorism policies in the region and the world is necessary in order to address an understanding about crime and victims”
OUR GUEST SPEAKERS FORUM
Commissioner Jorge Miranda
General Tomas Angeles
Former Sub Secretary Defense
General Wilson Barrantes
Former Sub Secretary Defense
U.S PROTECTION, PREVENTION AND RESPONSE AGAINT TRANSNATIONAL CRIME
City of Miami
City of Orlando
City of Los Angeles
Miami Dade Police
GOBERNANCE LEADERSHIP: MAYORS & SECURITY
This conversation with Public Official provides a forum for members, international and donor organizations and all of those interested in the strengthening security and modernization of local governments with a mission to share experiences, information and practices and to discuss common goals for the promotion of democratic local governance throughout the Hemisphere.
Hipolito (Polo) Carrera
Mayor City La Mana
Hon. Maby Viera
Hon. Armando Caledonio
Mayor San Pedro Sula
THE HONDURAS’ EXPERIENCE: THE PRIVATE SECTOR SPEAKOUT
Jose Alfredo Gutierrez
Elite Security System
Rodil Ivar Martinez Funes
valle security Honduras
Jacinto Esteban Alcabtara Galda
THE WOMEN IN LAW ENFORCMENT AGAINT TRANSNATIONAL CRIME
Chief of Police
Former Chief of Police
Choloma – Honduras
Chief of Police
School of National Police Colombia
September 23-24, 2019
OUR INVITED GUEST KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
General Session Lunch:
Illegal Immigration, Defense and Global Criminal Activities
There are more than 10 One-on-One /, General Session, Forums on a wide range of topics, activities and one-on-one meetings during the Miami The America Security Summit 2019 including terrorism, drug criminal development, human trafficking, trafficking of migrant workers, arm and international cooperation in criminal matters. As special attention after every session: more than a dozen bilateral cooperation agreements, memoranda of understanding, and declarations of intent between U.S Leader and counterpart in the Americas, will be signed.
Sunday 12:30 PM: Welcome Lunch for all Delegation
Sunday 3:30 PM: Miami Beach Tour
Sunday 6:30 PM: Welcome Dinner hosted by members of the U.S MCC
Monday 8:00 AM: Welcome Remark by Mr. Doug Mayorga, CEO of the U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce.
Monday 8:15 AM: Presentation of all delegates from Colombia, Mexico, Honduras, El Salvador, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Panama, Surinam, Puerto Rico, Guyana and Argentina
Monday 8:30 AM: One on One with Chiefs of Police of Panama, Honduras and Mexico
Monday 9:30 AM: National Chiefs of Security from Costa Rica, Mexico and Honduras
Monday 10:30 AM: The U.S Law Enforcement Forum: Preparedness and Response Against Criminal Transnational Activities: Chiefs of Police from Los Angeles, Orlando and Miami
Monday 11:45 AM: Recession
Monday 12:30: General Session: Illegal Immigration, Defense and Global Criminal Activities
Monday 1:00 PM:
“Measures in the Defense Sector”. One on One with Mexico's strategy for combatting organized crime and the prevention and eradication of human trafficking with former sub secretary of Defense of Mexico, Tomas Angeles. Presentation of the Theater of War against organized Crime Cases in Peru with retired Brigadier General, Wilson Barrantes Mendoza, Commander of the North Region of Peru. Also, Honorable Secretary of Defense from Colombia, Guillermo Botero, his country has a role in relevant challenges: the fight against transnational threats. Challenges, mechanisms, and regional response capabilities which provided lessons on sharing various initiatives and difficulties that Colombia face when dealing about transnational threats, transnational organized crime is one of the greatest threats to South America’s security and stability, specifically arms and drug trafficking.
Monday 2:30 PM:
One on One with Women in Law Enforcement. A discussion with chiefs of police about challenges and vision about different approach amongst countries and U.S on important aspects in criminal activities to promote integration in favor of women in leadership as a police officer. The goal of this conversation will be different issues related to transnational crimes, and, eradicate violence against women specifically in relation to human trafficking, sexual predators and child pornography.
Monday 4:00 PM:
Private sector in Honduras, attacked in different front. Honduras is one of the world’s deadliest places to be an entrepreneur without bodyguard or security company — a 2015 survey ranked it in the top five countries, with El Salvador and Syria. According to official statistics, 800 companies in Honduras for 2018 were attack with extorsion, kidnapping, assault, internal theft and identity cybercrime in a country with roughly the population of New York City. But no one believes the government’s numbers. The number of business including “makhilas and tourisms” are affected and continues to rise. Leader from the private security companies in Honduras will share their experiences based of a reality and potential challenge.
Monday 6:00 PM. A perfect and unique cocktails reception to connect, build as well as to improve your base of relations. It is an excellent opportunity to establish contacts, share friendship and connect with leaders in the public and private sectors in the security and border protection industry.
Tuesday 8:00 AM: The Mission of the U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce in the Americas to Reduce Poverty through entrepreneurship and partnership to reduce criminal activities and illegal immigration, presented by Doug Mayorga/ CEO of the U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce
Tuesday 8:30 AM:
The Intelligence Forum against Criminal Activities. The purpose of this discussion is to develop a strategy, ideas and paths that projects a modern concept of joint work, where defense capabilities , intelligence and coordination are established by an appropriate method, guided by a common understanding of security priorities, aligned with updated planning and doctrine, in order to face any criminal activity. Additionally, discuss how to build a intelligence agency that encompasses all segments of intelligence to deliver reliable timely knowledge in support of the decision-making process and the creation and execution of security and preparedness strategic planning.
Tuesday 9:30 AM:
Panel, Global Illicit Activities, Securing the Western Hemisphere’s penetrable Borders Through International Cooperation. Chiefs of Secretary of Security from Costa Rica, Mexico and Honduras, will discuss topic about irregular immigration. Costa Rica’s Challenge with Chinese, Russian, Arabs, Venezuelans and Nicaraguans. Honduras with African, South America, Chinese and Middle east immigrants, and Mexico the door of global illegal immigrants to the United States.
Tuesday 10:15 AM: Mitigating Homegrown Terrorism in America, Active Shooters in Safe and Public Spaces, addressing a Nation’s Trauma. One on One with Mr. Brian Rafky, Director of Intelligence and Homeland Security Bureau of Miami Dade Police Department.
Tuesday 10:45 AM:
Forensic and Security Force: Investigation in Crime, the human trafficking of organs and massive dead. Presented by Miami Dade County Police Department and Homeland Security of the United States, presented by Captain, Raul Nunez.
Tuesday 11:15 AM: One on One with Mayors from Latin America Countries
12: oo noon: Recess
Luncheon General Session
12:15 P.M. The Western Hemisphere: A Beacon of Collaboration, Economic Development for Public and Global Security, Doug Mayorga, Chairman, U.S. Minority Chamber of Commerce
12:30 PM. The senior Government leaders discussed regional security and cooperation to strengthen the relationship with the private sector of the United States.
1:15 PM: One on One with Senior Officials about how Private Sector of the United States can involve with foreign governments through PP3( Public Private Partnership), what is going on in the region is crucial to understanding, and solving, particularly what is going on at the United States border, where 268,044 migrants were stopped in the first five months of fiscal 2019, nearly twice as many as in the same period last year. A growing proportion — half — were families with children.
2:00 PM: Technology against crime focusing in Riots, Robbery, Terrorism and Environmental, presented by Miami Police Department.
3:00 PM: Delegation will be visiting Fusion Command Center
5:00 PM: Delegation will be visiting Southern Command of the United States
7:00 PM: Delegation will have a dinner Gala Awards to recognize leaders
A full program for the conference including the full list of side events will be available on the Summit September 20, 2019. A new global awareness-raising campaign emphasizing the size and cost of transnational organized crime will be launched by the U.S Minority Chamber of Commerce during the dinner of Tuesday September 23.
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We look forward to seeing you in Miami…. the capital of the sun…...
The Executive Committee of the Security World Summit Miami 2019 on September 23-24, 2019.