Our next seminar is Spring 2024!

Learn to plan and
fund your new
public safety facility

Who Are We?

The Center for Public Safety, Inc. (CPS) is an organization dedicated to research, planning, and assisting first responders (law enforcement, fire-rescue, emergency managers, and dispatch services) in the process of obtaining new or expanded facilities.

Working with recognized leaders in the highly specialized public safety industry, CPS has been involved with over 200 facility assessments. Many of these projects have been constructed and are currently serving a vital role in their community.

CPS is now a member of The International Association of Law Enforcement Planners (IALEP).


What Do We Offer?

We offer many different services including spatial needs assessments, facility and site evaluations and funding identification.

Annual Planning Seminars

Since 2000, hundreds of Police and Fire Chiefs, EOC Directors, elected officials and administrative personnel have attended the seminar, some more than once. These attendees have come from almost every state in the nation and countries across the Caribbean basin.

Who Should Attend?

If you are contemplating a new or remodeled public safety facility within the next five years, our seminar will provide you with the must-have details needed for planning and funding new public safety facilities.

This seminar is designed for city and county administrators, public safety managers (police chiefs, fire chiefs, emergency management directors) and anyone responsible for building or renovating a public safety facility.


Ian Reeves, AIA, IALEP

Rodney McManus, LEED AP

Sami Gerwick, RA

Stockton Reeves

Topics Include:

Tuition & Fees

TWO DAY seminar cost

$395 early bird rate. Price will increase to $450 after March 21, 2024.

Frequently Asked Questions

Our next seminar will be April 11-12. The location is Palm Coast, FL.

Participation is limited to current public safety employees only.

The cost for our seminar is $395.00 as an early bird special until March 21, 2024. After March 21, the rate will increase to $450.