Houston Area 2018 Mid-Winter Seminar

 

Title to be Announced


March 1, 2018   Thursday
9am – 6pm

Embassy Suites by Hilton Houston Energy Corridor

11730 Katy Freeway, Houston Texas 77079

Registration:  TALI Members $190 and Non-TALI Members $210

  

  


TALI Members click here to Register.  You must log in to access the discounted form.

Non-TALI Members click here to Register.




Amenities:
FREE - Parking in adjoining covered parking  
FREE - Wifi


7 hrs Continuing Education
Up to 20 vendors
Networking Opportunities

 

SPECIAL TALI RATE FOR ATTENDEES STAYING OVERNIGHT

  • $199/night two room suite with a King Bed with full size pull out sofa bed - sleeps up to 4 guests
  • Rooms must be booked prior to February 1st, 2018
  • All suites consist of wet bar, coffee maker, mini refrigerator, microwave, two 3” plasma screen TV’s, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and high speed internet access.
  • Complimentary Self-Parking in the Garage
  • Complimentary Full, Cook- To- Order Breakfast Daily free breakfast to those staying at hotel 
  • Complimentary 2-hour Happy Hour Daily (Includes beer, wine, mixed drinks, sodas, etc. and light snacks) free 2-hour happy hour to those staying at hotel           
  • Complimentary transportation located within a five-mile radius of Hotel – over 50 restaurants in the area
  • Oasis Restaurant on-site offering a satisfying, well-rounded menu for lunch and dinner with outdoor patio dining.
  • Indoor Pool and whirlpool
  • 24-hour on-site coin operated washer/dryer
  • 24-hour Fitness Center
  • 24-hour Business Center
  • 24-hour Gift Shop

 


 

Sponsors Coming Soon

 

 

Vendors

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Would you like to be a Vendor or Sponsor at this Event?

Click here for Vendor Opportunities and here for Sponsorship Opportunities. 

 


 

Click here for the Embassy Suites by Hilton Houston Energy Corridor website

 

  


 

Title to be Announced

 

 Speakers

 

Tx DPS Division Director Bowie

"Board Rules

__ Hours of Continuing Education

 

The Department of Public Safety (DPS) regulates the private security profession in Texas. DPS protects the public by conducting fingerprint-based background checks on applicants, licensing training schools and instructors, investigating and resolving complaints, and taking disciplinary action against licensees or seeking criminal prosecution of those who perform private security services without a license.  The private security profession includes armed and unarmed security guards, personal protection officers, private investigators, private security consultants, alarm systems installers and monitors, guard dog trainers, armored car couriers, electronic access control device installers, and locksmiths.  DPS regulates the private security profession under the authority of the Texas Occupations Code, Chapter 1702 and the related administrative rules.

 

 Additional Speakers Coming Soon




 

For Additional Information, Contact:

 

Region 3 Director Martin Renteria at txprivateeye.hou@gmail.com