William J. Bratton is Executive Chairman of Teneo Risk, advising clients on issues related to security, cyber risk, and crisis mitigation. He is one of the world’s most respected and trusted experts on crime prevention and response. During a 50 -year career in law enforcement, Bratton led six police departments, including seven years as Chief of the Los Angeles Police Department and two nonconsecutive terms as the Commissioner of the New York City Police Department, achieving crime reductions and improved community relations in every post. He is the only person ever to lead the police agencies of America’s two largest cities. An acknowledged change agent, Commissioner Bratton has introduced a range of progressive innovations that have changed law enforcement, including CompStat, predictive policing, and prevention focused precision policing. He is a sought-after commentator and consultant, and he has served as president of the Major Cities Chiefs Association, President of the Police Executive Research Forum and still serves the public as the Chairman of the Homeland Security Advisory Council. He has co-authored two books, Turnaround and Collaborate or Perish and currently working on a third which is set to be released June of 2021.
The new administration is engaging in leadership and collaboration across the government on emerging homeland security threats and priorities. This session will see former NYPD and LAPD Commissioner Bill Bratton draw on his extensive knowledge and experience reducing crime across the country to help provide potential solutions to the latest homeland security challenges.