Co-founders of V.I.P.O., Mario Oliveira and Robert DeNapoli, will be presenting their experiences at the Proactive Criminal Enforcement (P.A.C.E.) Seminar on April 27 at the Sturbridge Host Hotel and Conference Center. The three-day event begins on April 25 and is open to full-time police officers only.
P.A.C.E. is a non-profit organization started by State Troopers that focuses on criminal interdiction training in Massachusetts. For more information, visit the P.A.C.E. website.
Mario Oliveira and Robert DeNapoli, co-founders of V.I.P.O., and V.I.P.O. member Jared MacDonald will present to the National Guard at a guest speaking engagement sponsored by the 772nd Military Police Academy this Saturday, Jan. 9 at 12 p.m. at JBCC, Roxy Theater in Buzzards Bay.
On Wednesday morning, V.I.P.O.’s co-founders, Mario Oliveira and Bob DeNapoli, are scheduled to speak at the 11th Annual Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Homicide Conference about their personal experience with violent encounters in the line of duty.
More than 300 officers from around the country will be attending the three day long event, which began this morning.
View the full schedule here.
View the flyer for the event here.
V.I.P.O. is proud to announce that Detective Mario Oliveira is featured in “The Price They Pay”, a novel chronicling the difficult path of emotionally and physically injured police officers. The book documents the stories of several officers and their families following the tragedy of being injured or killed in the line of duty and how life their lives go on after the media coverage ends.
Read about Mario’s story and the stories of many other officers who have suffered a similar fate. “They Price They Pay” is now available for purchase at Amazon.com. Proceeds from the book will benefit law enforcement charities.