Vision 20/20 is a project of the Institution of Fire Engineers - USA Branch
Save the Date for Symposium 8!
February 20-22, 2024
Watch to learn more as Meri-K Appy, Director of Strategic Partnerships, tells us about the upcoming Symposium 8.
Vision 20/20’s Model Performance in Community Risk Reduction Symposium is the longest running CRR event in the nation and is known as the most interactive and forward-thinking conference engaging leaders in CRR. Our events deliver proven best practices, strategies, and resources driving efforts across the country in helping make communities safe, healthy & resilient.
Symposium 8 planning has begun, and we look forward to bringing you the greatest roundup of model programs, research, and dynamic speakers our industry has to offer. To get your Model Program or Research on the national stage, watch for our Call for Presentations which will open shortly.
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Why do people keep coming back to Vision 20/20’s CRR Symposiums?
I’d love to tell you why I wanted to come back! I have a passion for CRR. I truly believe that there is so much that we can do to improve people’s lives, given the right resources. This conference is one of those resources. I loved getting to hear what worked for others and what didn’t. Being around so many other people with the same fire for CRR, and networking with them, made me come back with an even stronger desire to better my community’s safety through new CRR techniques I learned at the Vision 20/20 Symposium.
Fire Inspector – Montevallo Fire Department
S7 will be my third and I couldn’t be more excited about coming together with like minded passionate CRR professionals from around the country. I left S6 energized and inspired to take what I learned through the presentations and seminars back to my community and look forward to the same again at S7. The symposium is an opportunity to to share ideas and listen to colleagues experiences so that I become a better CRR advocate.
Corey Lewis, FF/EMT
Public Education and Information Officer – Richmond (KY) Fire Department