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SPONSOR AND SPEAKER POLICY

The ACAMS New York Chapter is greatly appreciative of each of its sponsors and speakers. 

 

Please note the below with regard to our sponsor and speaker policy. 

 

 

  • Sponsors are limited to one speaker per event.

  • All ticket sales and attendance must be managed through the ACAMS New York Chapter.

  • Sales pitches during a panel session are prohibited (including software demonstrations). 

  • We are unable to stream, record or provide a webinar/video playback of our Chapter events.

 

 

The Board has no objection with materials left on chairs, tables, or a booth or display anywhere  around the facility, and encourages sponsors, speakers and their guests to network with the  attendees before or after the panel discussion. In addition, the ACAMS New York Board intends to publish an event summary on our website. Event summaries do not directly quote any speakers but will include sponsor name as well as speaker name, company and title.

 

Please email the Chapter with any questions or concerns, or please feel free to use the contact page.

LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER POLICY

All active law enforcement personnel will be granted complimentary admission to all Chapter events going forward. We are honored to collaborate with our law enforcement colleagues and welcome them to join our events.

We do ask, however, that they continue to register via Eventbrite to ensure they have a ticket for entry and we have an accurate number of attendees. Send us a message here to be added to our mailing list.

CANCELLATION POLICY

Message from the Executive Board regarding "no shows" to events:

Effective April 2019 the Chapter modified its cancellation policy.

 

Cancellations within 24 hours of an event will no longer be refunded and will be considered as nonattendance or a "no show".


Three “no-shows” within 12 months will result in cancellation of future event registration and placement on the wait list. 

 

Registrants will be considered “no-shows” when they fail to attend the event and fail to cancel their registration through Eventbrite more than 24 hours in advance of the event. 

 

This updated policy addresses the feedback received from Chapter members who continue to be disappointed at their inability to attend "sold out" events which have empty seats due to “no-shows.”  Our events routinely sell out with long wait lists.

 

When a registration is canceled, that ticket is released to the wait list, thus providing the opportunity for another registrant to attend.  Last minute cancellations do not provide such opportunity.   

 

Modifications to this policy may be made in the future as deemed necessary.

AMERICANS WITH DISABILITIES ACT

In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the ACAMS New York Chapter will honor requests for reasonable accommodations made by individuals with disabilities. Requests can be served more effectively if notice is provided at least 5 days before the event.

 

Direct accommodation requests to acams.ny.chapter@gmail.com, please contact us through the Contact Page.