The 2019 CAR Conference begins on Thursday!
Below you'll find a few bits of information to help you prepare for this great conference! For the latest information about panels, speakers and special events at the conference, please visit our conference website at ire.org/nicar19.
Registration opens Wednesday at 3 p.m. and will be open Thursday, Friday and Saturday in Salon E-F. Be sure to bring photo identification when picking up your name badge.
Weather looks to be in the 50s and 60s during the week. See the 10-day forecast.
Wireless internet is provided to all conference attendees.
Network/SSID: Marriott Conference
Have a question or need help in a session?
Room monitors will be stationed in the hallways during sessions and will be happy to answer your questions.
This year, we've added a ninth computer lab to provide a better learning experience for everyone. Seating will still be limited in popular classes. If there's a hands-on class you really want to take, plan on getting there early.
Conference schedules & mobile app
You're tech-savvy and care about the environment, and so do we. Rather than printing 1,000 schedules, we're giving you a few ways to track the full schedule of panels, hands-on sessions and special events with accurate, up-to-the-minute details:
Updated IRE Principles (Code of Conduct)
Investigative Reporters & Editors is committed to providing a friendly, safe and welcoming environment for all, regardless of race, gender identity or expression, ethnicity, sexual orientation, physical ability, age, appearance or religion.
IRE supports vigorous debate and welcomes disagreement, while maintaining a civil and respectful community. Discriminatory or harassing behavior is not permitted.
IRE may take any action it deems appropriate to deal with those who violate our principles, including exclusion from our events, forums, listservs and the organization itself.
This code of conduct covers all participants in IRE events and is in effect the entire time from the beginning until the end of our conferences.
If you feel threatened or in immediate jeopardy during an IRE event, you should call building security by calling 0 from a house phone, or local police by dialing 911.
During the scheduled program, concerns can be brought to the attention of IRE staff or board members in person. Staff members will have red ribbons on their name badges, and board members will have blue ribbons. To report a possible violation, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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