MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR TIME AT INTIME U ‘23

InTime U 2023 Event Schedule

With 25+ sessions to attend, build new skills and strategies on how InTime can help your agency work more efficiently, reduce risk, spend smarter, and engage your staff.

MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR TIME AT INTIME U ‘23

InTime University 2023 Event Schedule

With 25+ sessions to attend, build new skills and strategies on how InTime can help your agency work more efficiently, reduce risk, spend smarter, and engage your staff.

Meet our keynote speakers.

Chief Neil H. Gang Headshot

Chief Neil H. Gang

Join Chief Neil H. Gang as he shares proactive and practical strategies for law enforcement leaders to create a culture of wellness within their organizations and become trauma-informed leaders. Attendees will also get a strong understanding of critical organizational wellness issues, the role of leadership in strengthening organizational wellness, links between officer wellness and other key leadership issues. 

About Chief Neil H. Gang

Chief Neil H. Gang has served in law enforcement for over 34 years and has been the Chief of Police for the Pinole Police Department since 2014. He is the Chairperson of the California Police Chiefs Association Organizational Wellness and Resiliency Committee, the Co-Chair of the IACP Officer Wellness Committee, the author of the Asher Model-7 Point Approach to a Culture of Wellness, the host of the 6th Pillar Podcast, and a CALPOST-Wellness Instructor. Neil was also named the California Police Chiefs Association Joe Malloy Winner in 2023 and Public Safety Hero of the Year by the House of Representatives in 2020. 

Tue, Sept 26th | 9:15-10:00

Queen Anne Ballroom

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John Bostain

Join John Bostain as he shares the key elements of self leadership and how we can enhance our current skills.

About John Bostain

John Bostain is the President of Command Presence Training, a law enforcement training and consulting company headquartered in Brunswick, GA. He has committed the last 29 years to law enforcement, 27 of which have been as a trainer. He has trained more than 35,000 law enforcement professionals at the state, local, federal, and international levels and is a frequent speaker at executive level conferences.  John is currently a guest lecturer for the FBINAA Leadership in Tumultuous Times Forum, the VALOR Officer Safety and Wellness Program, and was the keynote speaker for the FBINAA 2023 National Conference.

Wed, Sept 27th | 9:00-9:50

Queen Anne Ballroom

INTIME U ‘23

Get to know our types of sessions this year.

We are excited to announce this year’s sessions. This year, we will be offering four different types of sessions to help you learn how to optimize InTime’s basic features, advance your knowledge, and join the discussion around public safety leadership and organizational effectiveness.  

Foundations Sessions

Foundations sessions provide training focused on InTime’s core features. Use this to strengthen your knowledge of the basic building blocks needed to integrate more advanced add-ons to your build.  

Specialized Sessions

Specialized sessions are geared for those who want to take advantage of more advanced features and capabilities. By the end of these sessions, you will learn all the best practices needed to maximize your usage of InTime.  

Thought Leadership Sessions

Join the discussion with industry leaders about trending topics in the industry. Get insights into leadership, officer wellness and what it means to run your best agency.

Product Sessions

In addition, we will have sessions to help users with any product-related questions.

INTIME U ‘23

Pick a session based on your goals.

Each session is labeled with an aspect of InTime that addresses those goals. The four key ways that InTime empowers you to Run Your Best Agency are by helping you:

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Work Efficiently

Life is too short for tedious work. Automate scheduling processes with built-in intelligence that liberates precious resources and time.

Group 2

Spend Smarter

Make budgets go further. Get key insights to optimize spending on personnel, reduce unplanned overtime and repurpose spending elsewhere.

Group 5

Reduce Risk

Stay protected. Get visibility into overtime allocation, training compliance, asset expiry and fatigue issues to mitigate agency liability. 

Group 6

Engage your Team

Communication is key. Keep staff in the loop by effortlessly sharing schedule changes, approving leave and filling overtime shifts in a flash.

SESSION TYPE

Product Sessions

We will have sessions to help users with any product-related questions.

Success Hub

Itching to ask a question or solve an issue that you’ve been having?

Visit the Success Hub for one-on-one help from our Customer Success team. The Success Hub will be running throughout the event for easy accessibility to our team. In addition, attendees can schedule time with a success team member ahead of time.

Tue, 26th | 10:30-12:00
Queen Anne A

Tue, 26th | 13:00-17:00
Queen Anne A

Wed, 27th | 9:00-12:00
Queen Anne A

Wed, 27th | 13:00-15:30
Queen Anne A

Product Showcase

Curious to learn about the InTime product eco-system?

Visit the Product Showcase for information and live demos on specific InTime features and modules. This is a great opportunity to explore how InTime can be maximized to support your agency.

Tue, 26th | 10:30-12:00
Queen Anne A Parlour

Tue, 26th | 13:00-17:00
Queen Anne A Parlour

Wed, 27th | 9:00-12:00
Queen Anne A Parlour

Wed, 27th | 13:00-15:30
Queen Anne A Parlour

SESSION TYPE

Foundations Sessions

Foundations sessions provide training focused on InTime’s core features. Use this to strengthen your knowledge of the basic building blocks needed to integrate more advanced add-ons to your build.  

InTime Essentials

With Dan Frohlich & Madison Lee

Learn how to configure and organize your build to improve efficiency in your day-to-day scheduling operations. From setup structure tips to the ins-and-outs of the template schedule, this is a great session for both new and advanced users on the basics of setup and best practices.  

Tue, Sept 26th | 11:00-12:00

Queen Anne Ballroom

InTime Essentials II

With Dan Frohlich & Madison Lee

This session includes an in-depth look at some of the more advanced scheduling features and configurations within the Work Schedule. Learn how to maximize your usage of InTime with this session. 

Tue, Sept 26th | 13:00-13:50

Queen Anne Ballroom

Streamline Your Agency's Overtime Process

With Aaron Russell

Learn how to automate your overtime management. From OT posts to streamlining OT reporting, learn best practices on how to better allocate and track overtime.  

Tue, Sept 26th | 14:00-14:50

Queen Anne Ballroom

How To Streamline Your Leave Management Process

With Madison Lee

Learn how to automate your leave management to ensure minimum staffing levels are being met. Get a step-by-step on how to streamline your leave requests, approvals, and timebank reporting. Identify agency trends and monitor employee leave patterns with our leave analytics. 

Wed, Sept 27th | 10:00-10:45

Queen Anne Ballroom

Engaging Your Staff With the Help of InTime

With Dan Frohlich

This session will provide you with insights on how to configure system notifications and optimize InTime Web and InTime Mobile to help improve employee engagement.  

Wed, Sept 27th | 14:00-14:50

Queen Anne Ballroom

InTime's Latest & Greatest

With Bob Cote & Alex Kouki

Keep up with the latest InTime features and functionality designed to address the evolving needs of your agency. Highlighted features will be from 22.0 and 23.0 releases.  

Wed, Sept 27th | 15:30-16:20

Queen Anne Ballroom

Automate your Special Event & Extra-Duty Scheduling

With Aaron Russell

Learn best practices on posting overtime and extra-duty based on agency rules. This in-depth session will cover ways to integrate overtime, extra-duty, and day-to-day scheduling for better tracking and reporting.  

Thu, Sept 28th | 9:00-9:50

Queen Anne Ballroom

Insights, Reports, & Dashboards

With Alex Kouki & Bob Cote

A thorough walk-through on how to best utilize InTime’s reports and dashboards to support smart decision-making.

Thu, Sept 28th | 10:00-10:45

Queen Anne Ballroom

SESSION TYPE

Specialized Sessions

Specialized sessions are geared for those who want to take advantage of more advanced features and capabilities. By the end of these sessions, you will learn all the best practices needed to maximize your usage of InTime.  

Easy Event, Location & Post-Based Scheduling

With Aaron Russell

This session will help you understand the difference between location view and unit view. Learn how to configure and navigate your Work Schedule using location view.  

Tue, Sept 26th | 11:00-12:00

Royal Salon

Managing Access & Reducing User Risk

With Bob Cote

Learn why restricting access to specific elements of the software is important when considering agency risk. This session will deep dive into managing user roles, history feature auditing, user login report and more.  

Tue, Sept 26th | 13:00-13:50

Royal Salon

Integrating with Payroll, RMS & CAD

With Alex Kouki & Bob Cote

Learn how to integrate InTime to external systems including payroll and RMS, with robust web service capabilities.  

Tue, Sept 26th | 14:00-14:50

Royal Salon

Monitor and Manage Staff Fatigue with InTime Wellness

With Derek Warburton & Alex Kouki

Curious to know how you can support your staff’s mental health using scheduling data insights? In this session you will learn how to use InTime’s wellness monitoring dashboards and scheduling fatigue alerts to help improve agency wellness.   

Tue, Sept 26th | 15:30-16:20

Queen Anne Ballroom

Timekeeping to Payroll

With Madison Lee & Mitch Seminow

This session includes an overview on how to streamline timekeeping with payroll with automated timesheets that flow directly from the schedule.  

Wed, Sept 27th | 11:00-12:00

Queen Anne Ballroom

Streamline Court Scheduling with Integrated e-Subpoena Management

With Dan Frohlich

This session includes an overview of how agencies can sync their work schedule with their justice system to improve subpoena management and court scheduling. 

Wed, Sept 27th | 13:00-13:50

Royal Salon

SESSION TYPE

Thought Leadership Sessions

Join the discussion with industry leaders about trending topics in the industry. Get insights into leadership, officer wellness and what it means to run your best agency.

21st Century Police Leadership: The Infusion of Leadership & Organizational Wellness

With Chief Neil H. Gang, Pinole Police Department

Join Chief Neil H. Gang as he shares proactive and practical strategies for law enforcement leaders to create a culture of wellness within their organizations and become trauma-informed leaders. Attendees will also get a strong understanding of critical organizational wellness issues, the role of leadership in strengthening organizational wellness, links between officer wellness and other key leadership issues. 

Chief Neil H. Gang's Bio

Chief Neil H. Gang has served in law enforcement for over 34 years and has been the Chief of Police for the Pinole Police Department since 2014. He is the Chairperson of the California Police Chiefs Association Organizational Wellness and Resiliency Committee, the Co-Chair of the IACP Officer Wellness Committee, the author of the Asher Model-7 Point Approach to a Culture of Wellness, the host of the 6th Pillar Podcast, and a CALPOST-Wellness Instructor. Neil was also named the California Police Chiefs Association Joe Malloy Winner in 2023 and Public Safety Hero of the Year by the House of Representatives in 2020. 

Tue, Sept 26th | 9:15-10:00

Queen Anne Ballroom

Lead Yourself First, So You Can Lead Others

With John Bostain

There are literally thousands of different leadership courses, books, and articles to help us become better leaders. Some of the content is better than others, but overwhelmingly, the material focuses on how to lead others. While there is no argument that leaders need to lead others, we cannot successfully lead others unless we can lead ourselves first.  Through guided discussion and video review we will look at key elements of self leadership and how we can enhance our current skills.

John Bostain's Bio

John Bostain is the President of Command Presence Training, a law enforcement training and consulting company headquartered in Brunswick, GA. He has committed the last 29 years to law enforcement, 27 of which have been as a trainer. He has trained more than 35,000 law enforcement professionals at the state, local, federal, and international levels and is a frequent speaker at executive level conferences.  John is currently a guest lecturer for the FBINAA Leadership in Tumultuous Times Forum, the VALOR Officer Safety and Wellness Program, and was the keynote speaker for the FBINAA 2023 National Conference.

John began his career with the Hampton Police Division (HPD) in Hampton, Virginia where he held positions as a patrol officer, patrol supervisor, detective, academy instructor, and SWAT team member. In 2001, John joined the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, GA where he served in multiple training divisions and taught multiple disciplines. John left Federal service in 2014 to pursue his dream of establishing Command Presence Training, which was recently selected as the 2023 Georgia Veteran Owned Small Business of the Year by the U.S. Small Business Administration.

Wed, Sept 27th | 9:00-9:50

Queen Anne Ballroom

Taking InTime City-Wide

With Jaci Fox, City of Medicine Hat

We delve into how a small Canadian city leveraged InTime as an effective scheduling tool that created efficiencies across the city organization. We use InTime in the Fire Service, Transit services, and 911. And that’s only the beginning. We will cover accommodating different schedule needs, choreographing multiple implementations, and other tips related to change management, process improvement, strategic management, and valuable lessons learned. 

Jaci Fox's Bio

With more than 25 years of experience in 911 and Fire Services, Jaci Fox is a dynamic and driven individual. Her passion lies in inspiring leadership, seamlessly integrating technology and innovation into operations and a strong commitment to excellence. Excited about tackling projects of significance, she leads the ongoing implementation of InTime in Medicine Hat.

Wed, Sept 27th | 10:00-10:45

Royal Salon

Handling Critical Incidents with an Emphasis on Mental Wellness

With Lt. Jon Koch, Johnson County Sheriff’s Office

We train frequently on how to respond tactically to critical incidentsHowever, we rarely train on how to respond to critical incidents from a wellness perspectiveHow do we help our employees during a critical incidentHow do we prepare our employees to return to their assignments when there is a “new normal” after a critical incident? How do we help employees’ families after their loved one has experienced a critical incident?  We will give an overview of ways to respond to critical incidents with an emphasis and focus on wellness, the importance of Peer Support teams and their roles, and the necessity of having an established list of resources prior to a critical incident. 

Lt. Jon Koch's Bio

Jon has been in law enforcement since 1997 and with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office since 2008. Jon has worked in Patrol, Communications, and Detention at various points in his career and currently serves as the Administrative Lieutenant for the Patrol Division. Jon has been part of Peer Support for the last 10 years and is currently the Administrator of the Peer Support Team for Johnson County Sheriff’s Office. Jon is also a Regional Coordinator for the non-profit, FRST Midwest, where he assists with training new and veteran Peer Support team members as well as coordinates Peer Support’s response to critical incidents. 

Jon has a Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from Washburn University and is a graduate of the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center’s Johnson County Regional Academy. Jon is a graduate of the FBILEEDA’s Leadership Institutes Trilogy series, which he completed in September of 2022. 

Jon is married to Jill Koch, who is a Master Deputy with the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, and they have four children ranging from 12 years old to 19 years old. 

Wed, Sept 27th | 11:00-12:00

Royal Salon

Secrets of Conflict Resolution

With Chief Jamie Knox, Walnut Creek Police Department

Join Chief Knox as he unlocks the secrets of conflict resolution and developing buy-in. You will also learn the art of negotiation and how to get what you really want out of any negotiation.  

Chief Jamie Knox's Bio

Chief Jamie Knox has over 28 years of law enforcement experience and is an accomplished police executive.  He has worked many assignments during his career including Patrol, Field Training, Canine, SWAT, Honor Guard, Detectives, and Internal Affairs.      

Chief Knox is a member of the American Society of Evidence-Based Policing and has served as an adjunct faculty member at three higher education institutes.  He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Emergency Management and a Master of Science degree in Organizational Leadership.  He is also a graduate of the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia, and the Senior Management Institute for Police in Boston, Massachusetts. 

Wed, Sept 27th | 13:00-13:50

Queen Anne Ballroom

Managing Special Events

With Commander Rick Murray, Ventura Police Department

In this session, you will learn how to use InTime to effectively manage personnel resources during special events. You will learn how to develop a basic understanding of how to properly resource a special event without impacting operational/patrol resources and how that can create better financial outcomes as it relates to overtime usage.  

Commander Rick Murray's Bio

Commander Rick Murray is a 30+ year veteran of Law Enforcement and holds a master’s degree in forensic science. Rick began his career with the Los Angeles Police Department and joined the Ventura Police Department in 1996.  

Rick is currently the Investigations Commander, which is responsible for major crimes, special victims, narcotics, property crimes, and school resource officers. Rick has also worked a variety of other assignments including the Special Operations Commander which oversees Special Events, Traffic Unit, and the Patrol Task Force. 

Rick is the administrator for InTime at the Ventura Police Department and has been using InTime for over 20 years. 

Wed, Sept 27th | 14:00-14:50

Royal Salon

INTIME U ‘23

Event Schedule

SEPT 25TH

Monday

Registration
Queen Anne Mezzanine
12.00 – 16.00
Meet and Greet
Justine
18.00 – 21.00

SEPT 26TH

Tuesday

Registration
Queen Anne Mezzanine
8.00 – 9.00
Breakfast
Royal BCD
8.00 – 9.00
Opening Address: Welcome to InTime University 2023
Queen Anne Ballroom
9.00 – 9.30
21st Century Police Leadership: The Infusion of Leadership & Organizational Wellness

With Chief Neil H. Gang from Pinole Police Department

Queen Anne Ballroom
9.30-10.30
Coffee Break
Queen Anne Mezzanine
10.30 – 11.00
Success Hub & Product Showcase
Queen Anne A
10.30 – 12.00
InTime Essentials I

With Madison Lee and Dan Frohlich

Queen Anne Ballroom
11.00 – 12.00
Easy Event, Location & Post-Based Scheduling

With Aaron Russell

Royal Salon
11.00 – 12.00
Lunch
Royal BCD
12.00 – 13.00
Managing Access & Reducing User Risk

With Bob Cote

Royal Salon
13.00 – 13.50
InTime Essentials II

With Madison Lee and Dan Frohlich

Queen Anne Ballroom
13.00 – 13.50
Success Hub & Product Showcase
Queen Anne A
13.00 – 17.00
Integrating with Payroll, RMS & CAD

With Alex Kouki and Bob Cote

Royal Salon
14.00 – 14.50
Streamline Your Agency’s Overtime Process

With Aaron Russell

Queen Anne Ballroom
14.00 – 14.50
Coffee Break
Queen Anne Mezzanine
15.00 – 15.30
Monitor & Manage Staff Fatigue with InTime Wellness

With Derek Warburton and Alex Kouki

Queen Anne Ballroom
15.30 – 16.20

SEPT 27TH

Wednesday

Breakfast
Royal BCD
8.00 – 9.00
Lead Yourself First, So You Can Lead Others

With John Bostain

Queen Anne Ballroom
9.00 – 9.50
Success Hub & Product Showcase
Queen Anne A
9.00 – 12.00
How to Streamline Your Leave Management Process

With Madison Lee

Queen Anne Ballroom
10.00 – 10.45
Taking InTime City-Wide

With Jaci Fox from City of Medicine Hat  

Royal Salon
10.00 – 10.45
Coffee Break
Queen Anne Mezzanine
10.45 – 11.00
Timekeeping to Payroll

With Madison Lee and Mitch Seminow

Queen Anne Ballroom
11.00 – 12.00
Handling Critical Incidents with an Emphasis on Mental Wellness

With Lt. Jon Koch from Johnson County Sheriff’s Office  

Royal Salon
11.00 – 12.00
Lunch
Royal BCD
12.00 – 13.00
Secrets of Conflict Resolution

With Chief Jamie Knox from Walnut Creek Police Department  

Queen Anne Ballroom
13.00 – 13.50
Streamline Court Scheduling with Integrated e-Subpoena Management 

With Dan Frohlich

Royal Salon
13.00 – 13.50
Success Hub & Product Showcase
Queen Anne A
13.00 – 15.30
Managing Special Events

With Commander Rick Murray from Ventura Police Department 

Royal Salon
14.00 – 14.50
Engaging Your Staff with the Help of InTime

With Dan Frohlich 

Queen Anne Ballroom
14.00 – 14.50
Coffee Break
Queen Anne Mezzanine
15.00 – 15.30
InTime’s Latest & Greatest

With Alex Kouki and Bob Cote

Queen Anne Ballroom
15.30 – 16.20
Customer Appreciation Dinner
Arnaud’s
18.30 – Onwards

SEPT 28TH

Thursday

Breakfast

Breakfast

Royal BCD
8.00 – 9.00
Automate Your Special Event & Extra-Duty Scheduling 

With Aaron Russell

Queen Anne Ballroom
9.00 – 9.50
Insights, Reports & Dashboards  

With Alex Kouki and Bob Cote

Queen Anne Ballroom
10.00 – 10.45
Closing Remarks

With Jeff Lacey and Bob Cote

Queen Anne Ballroom
10.45 – 11.00