PAvCon Europe
Police Aviation Conference Europe
PAvCon Europe - The Networking Continues’
PAvCon Europe 7, Windmill Close Waltham Abbey Essex EN9 3BQ UK
Copyright PAvCon Europe 2019
Tel: +44 1992 714162
Cell:   +44 7778 296650
Click right to view latest PAN e-Magazine
“What is said about us” I love the idea behind PAvCon, creating a network of Police aviators in Europe and abroad, together with the industry, but without the character of a sales event. I will continue to support this idea, if it is sustainable in the future gentlemen. It was a great pleasure to work with you in the last seven years. We will not lose contact and I'm looking forward to every issue of PAN and especially to meeting you again. Thomas Helbig M.A. Head of German Federal Police Air Support Group
“I have been involved with safety education a shorter time than many of you, so what I have to say is something all of you are painfully aware of. It has been one of the most rewarding things I have done in my lifetime. Knowing that the events I have been involved in have somehow contributed to the safety of aircrews and/or the communities they serve is priceless. That reward has come with the nearly constant frustration of knowing those most in need of professional education are the ones that fail to participate, usually because they do not think they need it. I admit that it has drug my spirits down many times, especially when it has been my own people!! As just a participant of the event organized by those of you who put so much work into it, let me tell you that great things were accomplished to the benefit of our industry. One of the characteristics of people such you fine gentlemen that I admire greatly is the ability to shoulder these frustrations and continue forward regardless. I know for a fact that without PAvCon, the accident numbers I give at the beginning of my presentation would be higher. It is a great honour to be a part of this group and I look forward to continuing to fight the good fight with you all” Bryan Smith Airborne Law Enforcement Association Safety Officer
“And the font of all world police aviation knowledge” Neil Jeffrey Intelligence and Covert Support Command VICTORIA POLICE
For a current list of attendees click here.
“The Best Ever!”
This year’s PAvCon 2019 has been voted “the best ever” by those who attended. From Monday’s training day through to the exhibition and conference of Tuesday and Wednesday, the event has been heralded as a great success (considering with six weeks to go there was no event!). A thank you must go out to the National hosts, The Netherlands Police, and Harald Brink in particular for his hard work bringing Monday’s training day together. So what next? The plan for next year is to be in Berlin, but as usual all the formalities have to be put in place and agreed. Once completed an official date will be announced. The PAvCon Team will now have an uphill struggle to beat this year’s event!
Thank You There are many people to thank for such a great event. The sponsors who played a major part in making this event happen and deserve much praise and from everyone at PAvCon a big thank you! The other ‘PAvCon team’ that allowed the proceedings to go without a hitch, and actually allowed the ‘show to go on’ when all was nearly lost six weeks ago are the staff at the Rennaissance Hotel. There are a few here that need to be singled out for praise, who went beyond ‘normal’ duties. They are: Jenny Noz-Van Hout - General Manager, Dorthea Christiansen-Meeting & Events Specialist, Rein Scheidegger-Beverage & Food Manager and Claire Lindelaut- Assistant Beverage & Food Manager. These people did an amazing job of keeping the show going from start to finish. The service they provided was second to none! From the comfort of the Hotel right through to the quality of the food and service provided in looking after so many people from different countries was exemplary. From Bryn, John and Adrian….THANK YOU!
Above, a snapshot of PAvCon 2019. 2nd pic, our friends from Turkey went away with many thoughts and enjoyed the networking opportunities PAvCon offered them.

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‘PAvCon Europe - The Networking Continues’

Copyright PAvCon Europe 2019
PAvCon Europe 7, Windmill Close Waltham Abbey Essex EN9 3BQ UK
Tel: +44 1992 714162
Cell:   +44 7778 296650
PAvCon Europe
Police Aviation Conference Europe

News

Click below to view latest PAN e-Magazine
“What is said about us” I love the idea behind PAvCon, creating a network of Police aviators in Europe and abroad, together with the industry, but without the character of a sales event. I will continue to support this idea, if it is sustainable in the future gentlemen. It was a great pleasure to work with you in the last seven years. We will not lose contact and I'm looking forward to every issue of PAN and especially to meeting you again. Thomas Helbig M.A. Head of German Federal Police Air Support Group
“I have been involved with safety education a shorter time than many of you, so what I have to say is something all of you are painfully aware of. It has been one of the most rewarding things I have done in my lifetime. Knowing that the events I have been involved in have somehow contributed to the safety of aircrews and/or the communities they serve is priceless. That reward has come with the nearly constant frustration of knowing those most in need of professional education are the ones that fail to participate, usually because they do not think they need it. I admit that it has drug my spirits down many times, especially when it has been my own people!! As just a participant of the event organized by those of you who put so much work into it, let me tell you that great things were accomplished to the benefit of our industry. One of the characteristics of people such you fine gentlemen that I admire greatly is the ability to shoulder these frustrations and continue forward regardless. I know for a fact that without PAvCon, the accident numbers I give at the beginning of my presentation would be higher. It is a great honour to be a part of this group and I look forward to continuing to fight the good fight with you all” Bryan Smith Airborne Law Enforcement Association Safety Officer
And the font of all world police aviation knowledge” Neil Jeffrey Intelligence and Covert Support Command VICTORIA POLICE
For a current list of attendees click here. This list is subject to change.
“The Best Ever!”
This year’s PAvCon 2019 has been voted “the best ever” by those who attended. From Monday’s training day through to the exhibition and conference of Tuesday and Wednesday, the event has been heralded as a great success (considering with six weeks to go there was no event!). A thank you must go out to the National hosts, The Netherlands Police, and Harald Brink in particular for his hard work bringing Monday’s training day together. So what next? The plan for next year is to be in Berlin, but as usual all the formalities have to be put in place and agreed. Once completed an official date will be announced. The PAvCon Team will now have an uphill struggle to beat this year’s event!
Thank You There are many people to thank for such a great event. The sponsors who played a major part in making this event happen and deserve much praise and from everyone at PAvCon a big thank you! The other ‘PAvCon team’ that allowed the proceedings to go without a hitch, and actually allowed the ‘show to go on’ when all was nearly lost six weeks ago are the staff at the Rennaissance Hotel. There are a few here that need to be singled out for praise, who went beyond ‘normal’ duties. They are: Jenny Noz-Van Hout - General Manager, Dorthea Christiansen-Meeting & Events Specialist, Rein Scheidegger-Beverage & Food Manager and Claire Lindelaut- Assistant Beverage & Food Manager. These people did an amazing job of keeping the show going from start to finish. The service they provided was second to none! From the comfort of the Hotel right through to the quality of the food and service provided in looking after so many people from different countries was exemplary. From Bryn, John and Adrian….THANK YOU!
Thank you to the main sponsors of PAvCon 2019
Above, a snapshot of PAvCon 2019. Right, our friends from Turkey went away with many thoughts and enjoyed the networking opportunities PAvCon offered them.
Copyright PAvCon2019
PAvCon Europe 7,Windmill Close Waltham Abbey Essex EN9 3BQ UK
PAvCon Europe - The Networking Continues’
“What is said about us” I love the idea behind PAvCon, creating a network of Police aviators in Europe and abroad, together with the industry, but without the character of a sales event. I will continue to support this idea, if it is sustainable in the future gentlemen. It was a great pleasure to work with you in the last seven years. We will not lose contact and I'm looking forward to every issue of PAN and especially to meeting you again. Thomas Helbig M.A. Head of German Federal Police Air Support Group
“And the font of all world police aviation knowledge” Neil Jeffrey Intelligence and Covert Support Command VICTORIA POLICE
“I have been involved with safety education a shorter time than many of you, so what I have to say is something all of you are painfully aware of. It has been one of the most rewarding things I have done in my lifetime. Knowing that the events I have been involved in have somehow contributed to the safety of aircrews and/or the communities they serve is priceless. That reward has come with the nearly constant frustration of knowing those most in need of professional education are the ones that fail to participate, usually because they do not think they need it. I admit that it has drug my spirits down many times, especially when it has been my own people!! As just a participant of the event organized by those of you who put so much work into it, let me tell you that great things were accomplished to the benefit of our industry. One of the characteristics of people such you fine gentlemen that I admire greatly is the ability to shoulder these frustrations and continue forward regardless. I know for a fact that without PAvCon, the accident numbers I give at the beginning of my presentation would be higher. It is a great honour to be a part of this group and I look forward to continuing to fight the good fight with you all” Bryan Smith Airborne Law Enforcement Association Safety Officer
“The Best Ever!”
This year’s PAvCon 2019 has been voted “the best ever” by those who attended. From Monday’s training day through to the exhibition and conference of Tuesday and Wednesday, the event has been heralded as a great success (considering with six weeks to go there was no event!). A thank you must go out to the National hosts, The Netherlands Police, and Harald Brink in particular for his hard work bringing Monday’s training day together. So what next? The plan for next year is to be in Berlin, but as usual all the formalities have to be put in place and agreed. Once completed an official date will be announced. The PAvCon Team will now have an uphill struggle to beat this year’s event!
Thank You There are many people to thank for such a great event. The sponsors who played a major part in making this event happen and deserve much praise and from everyone at PAvCon a big thank you! The other ‘PAvCon team’ that allowed the proceedings to go without a hitch, and actually allowed the ‘show to go on’ when all was nearly lost six weeks ago are the staff at the Rennaissance Hotel. There are a few here that need to be singled out for praise, who went beyond ‘normal’ duties. They are: Jenny Noz-Van Hout - General Manager, Dorthea Christiansen-Meeting & Events Specialist, Rein Scheidegger-Beverage & Food Manager and Claire Lindelaut- Assistant Beverage & Food Manager. These people did an amazing job of keeping the show going from start to finish. The service they provided was second to none! From the comfort of the Hotel right through to the quality of the food and service provided in looking after so many people from different countries was exemplary. From Bryn, John and Adrian….THANK YOU!
Thank you to the main sponsors of PAvCon 2019
Right, our friends from Turkey went away with many thoughts and enjoyed the networking opportunities PAvCon offered them.