OffenderWatch Symposium New Orleans

 Save the Date November 13-16, 2022

We have another great event lining up for you in New Orleans in 2022. You will hear from nationally recognized experts, share ideas with agencies from around the country, and get hands-on training. You will enjoy networking with new friends as you take in the jazz, food, and traditions of New Orleans.

Presentations & Panels

Inspiring National Keynote Speaker

Dark Web, Law Enforcement Response to Cyber Crimes

Preparing for an FBI SOR Audit

Child Abduction Response 

SOR Association

OffenderWatch Product Roadmap

 Best Practices Workshops

Pathways to Efficiency

Packing the Record

Remote Updates by Offenders

Initiating Investigations and Obtaining Warrants

Address Verifications

Collecting Fees

Community Notification

SOR Disaster Response

Field Ops

User Training

Managing Offenders and Notifying the Public

Missing / Abducted Child and Offender Investigations

Mastering OffenderWatch: Lesser Known & Underused Features

Making the Most of Maps

Effective Admin of Your Registry

Reducing Rejections & Validations with NCIC Sync

one on one


Spend time with the experts

Meet with your LE Consultant

Ask questions at the Help Desk

Lightening talks on supplemental solutions

Install the OffenderWatch App

Try OffenderWatch Mobile Ops

Evening Networking Event

Get the Most of It.

Who Should Attend

Anyone managing or investigating registered sex offenders, State registry managers, OffenderWatch users, compliance officers, ICAC teams, prosecutors, corrections, parole officers, tribal police, child abduction response teams, U.S. Marshals, and sex offender tracking teams.

 Visit the Resources Page from Last Year’s OffenderWatch Symposium

Highlights from the 2021 Symposium in New Orleans

Here is What You Need for Your Travel Request

      • When: November 13-16, 2022.
      • Where: Sheraton Hotel, 500 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA, 70130.
      • Cost: $700 Registration Fee. Early Bird Registration is $625. Event registration is not open yet.
      • Hotel: Special rate is $209/night.  Budget $242.20 ($209 + 14.45% + $3.00) per night for four nights. You may extend your stay before or after the symposium and get the discounted hotel rate. Hotel registration is not open yet.  But it will be soon.
      • Travel: Arrive Sunday, depart Thursday.  Go online to get a flight estimate to New Orleans Armstrong International (MSY).
      • Advisory Board:  We will meet during the conference instead of the day after.
      • Meals: We provide a light breakfast Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and dinner Wednesday Evening. Enjoy lunch and dinner on your own.
      • Rental Car: Nope. You do not need to rent a car and pay parking in New Orleans.  Uber or taxi from the airport and we walk, parade, or pedicab the Quarter.
      • COVID Precautions: We will follow the precautions mandated by the city of New Orleans, the State, and CDC.
      • Training: Participants can get over 12 hours of OffenderWatch user training, plus other workshops.
      • Networking: You will have specific times to meet with others from your state, with others around the country, and with the speakers.
      • Keynote Speakers:  Nationally known speakers will be announced later.
      • Notes: We encourage you to bring your laptop and any questions for our LE consultants, instructors, or support team.

Early Bird Registration Saves $75

Registration opens soon at $625, so do it now to save $75 from the $700 registration fee.   Be sure to select the classes you wish to attend.

Book the Sheraton New Orleans by Phone or Online

You can reserve your room at this fabulous venue right on Canal Street near the Vieux Carré​. The OffenderWatch Symposium is being held at the New Orleans Sheraton Hotel in New Orleans, 500 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA, 70130.

Save on rental car and overnight parking as the hotel is within walking distance of the best food and tourist sites in the French Quarter.

Getting to the Big Easy

New Orleans is served by most major airlines.  Click below to learn more about getting around the Louis Armstrong International Airport.

COVID Precautions Lifted in New Orleans

Masks and proof of vcination is not required in New Orleans at this time.  OffenderWatch and the Hotel take precautions to ensure the health of all event participants.  We are consulting the latest guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the City of New Orleans, and Louisiana public health authorities. 

If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us for assistance:

Kathy Taylor
Marketing Administrator