IPMBA Annual Conference

Schedule and Program

25th Annual IPMBA Conference ~ April 11-18, 2015 ~ Chandler, Arizona

How to Register...Download Registration Packet...Download Exhibitor Registration Packet...Register Online 

Pre-Con Certification Courses - April 11-15, 2015

IPMBA’s training and certification courses, offered prior to the conference, range from 3-5 days in length.  These comprehensive, multi-day courses provide essential training for public safety personnel in general and specialized bicycle operations.  Tailor your training by registering for just a pre-conference course, just the conference, or, ideally, both!  For full course descriptions, including model schedule, pre-requisites, equipment requirements, and testing procedures, visit the training page. Current IPMBA membership required for all pre-conference courses. 

Conference Workshops - April 16-18, 2015

Offering essential, dynamic, and innovative on-bike sessions AND insightful and information-packed in-class workshops, the IPMBA Conference is ideal for new and experienced police, EMS, and security cyclists as well as supervisors and administrators.  Sessions range from 1.25-5.5 hours and cover such a broad spectrum of topics that your biggest challenge will be deciding which ones to take.  Tailor your training by registering for just a pre-conference course, just the conference, or, ideally, both!

Schedule at a Glance

Pre-Conference Courses – April 11-15, 2015

Course descriptions can be found at About the Courses

IPMBA Instructor Course – April 11-15, 2015 – $700 – CECBEMS credits included for EMS personnel; approved for 40 hours Arizona POST credit..
IPMBA Maintenance Officer Course – April 11-15, 2015 – $550 – approved for 40 hours Arizona POST credit.
IPMBA Police/EMS/Security Cyclist Course – April 12-15, 2015 – $350 – CECBEMS credits included for EMS personnel. (Sponsored by EMSWorld.com); approved for 32 hours Arizona POST credit.
IPMBA Police/EMS/Security Cyclist II Course – April 13-15, 2015 – $350 – approved for 24 hours Arizona POST credit.
IPMBA Bicycle Response Team Training for Police and EMS – April 13-15, 2015 – $400 – CECBEMS credits included for EMS personnel; approved for 24 hours Arizona POST credit.
Krav Maga for Public Safety Cyclists - April 14-15, 2015 - $350 - CANCELLED
Law Enforcement-First Response Tactical Casualty Care – April 15, 2015 – $165 + $50 materials fee – NAEMT certification included; approved for eight hours Arizona POST credit. - CANCELLED

Exhibit Hall – April 15-16, 2015
Competition - April 17, 2105
Opening Ceremonies Keynote Address - April 16, 2015

LTC (Dr.) Robert Mabry, founder and director of the Military Emergency Medical Services Fellowship Program; proponent of Tactical Combat Casualty Care and Law Enforcement-First Response Tactical Casualty Care

Conference Workshops – April 16-18, 2015 (Conference fees vary; download registration packet or view online); approved for up to 11 hours Arizona POST credit.

Advanced Cone Courses
Advanced Handgun and Team Tactics
Airport Police Bicycle Operations
Bikes and School Safety
Bicycle Response Team Instructor Seminar
Chandler City Cycle Tour
COVER! - CANCELLED
Creating Standard Operating Procedures/Policy Manuals
Defensive Tactics and Close-Quarter Bike Movements
Drug Identification and Enforcement
Event Planning and Threat Assessment
Firearms for Public Safety Bike Officers
How to Become an IPMBA Instructor
Introduction to Bike Maintenance
Intermediate Bike Maintenance
Introduction to Event Pre-Planning for EMS - CANCELLED
Introduction-Intermediate Technical Off-Road Riding
Intermediate-Advanced Technical Off-Road Riding
Krav Maga for Public Safety Cyclists - CANCELLED
Law Enforcement-First Response Tactical Casualty Care
Liquid Assets
Mountain Bike Use in Urban Search and Rescue
Nightlife District Operations and Tactics
Patrol Tactics
PCI/SCI to EMSCI Transition Course
Police Cyclist Demonstration Management for the Police Commander: A Seattle Perspective
Prevention and Treatment of Mountain Bike Injuries
Self-Aid/Buddy Aid (SABA) for Public Safety Cyclists
Using Bicycles in Emergency Management Operations
Youth Bicycle Safety Education