Webinar - Mutual Aid vs. Interlocal Agreements
Time: 01:00 pm
Presented by: Kristin Berexa, Attorney, Farrar & Bates, LLP Tennessee statute allows cities to share resources when an unforeseeable and unpredictable situation requires resources beyond what is available to handle any given situation. In these situations, the statute allows one entity to respond to another without a written agreement if the request for assistance comes through the appropriate official or the emergency communications dispatch center. The challenge is assuring your city is in agreement with the dispatch center regarding when and under what circumstances your resources should be sent outside the corporate limits. Join us as we discuss the difference in mutual aid and interlocal agreements and the best practice to assure your city is protected under the liability agreement.
MTAS/PEP Risk Management Series
Time: 09:30 am
Property Conservation: Protecting Your Assets – May 16 9:30am EST Reducing property losses is an important aspect of any risk management plan. Focusing on the most common property risks, this session will offer guidance on minimizing risk and protecting public assets. We will discuss best practices in property conservation using a holistic approach of loss prevention, accountability, and communication.
Board of Directors Meeting
Time: 10:00 am
Notice is hereby given that the Board of Directors of Public Entity Partners will hold a regularly scheduled meeting on Friday, June 23rd at 10:00a.m. local time at the offices of Public Entity Partners in Franklin, TN for the purpose of considering and transacting all business which may properly come before the Board. Please contact the office at 800-624-9698 for additional information.
2023 Risk and Insurance Symposium
Time: 08:00 am
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