Planning Meetings

The following information is provided for the person responsible for assisting Detective Coffey in setting up his meeting. The information is broken down into the following categories:

AV Requirements
Room Set Up Requirements
Publicity Photographs of Detective Coffey
Pre-Meeting Questionnaire

Audio Visual Information

AV Equipment Detective Coffey will bring:

  • A laptop computer, Compaq Presario Model 2800 with 1024 x 768 screen resolution. Kevin will be running a various video files from his laptop which will be projected.

AV Equipment to be provided at the event by sponsoring organization:

  • A data projector (DLP or LCD) with 1200+ lumens output and 1024 x 768 (XGA) resolution.
  • A screen, largest prractical size
  • A standard skirted rolling AV cart, 42-inch high (1.1M).
  • A wireless lapel microphone (with audiences greater than 50 persons)
  • AC power to the lectern (the cart) and to the data projector
  • A computer-projector connecting cable (up to 25 ft. or 8 meters long depending on room size)
  • A sound patch from the computer to the room's PA system. The patch needs to be a 1/8" stereo mini plug output.
Please call our office at 818 225 1991 with any questions regarding A/V support.

Room Set up Requirements

For a visual of Kevin's typical room set up, click here for Sample Room Set Up .

Seating:
If the audience's chairs are chevroned rather than in straight rows, facing the stage they will be more comfortable.

Lighting:
Light = Energy. An especially well lit speaker area is a must. Keep the room as bright as practical except when showing videos.

Platform: 
Kevin prefers to work from the floor rather than use a stage/riser unless the audience exceeds 200. If a platform is needed, please make it an o pen platform with NO head table, steps for front access, lectern to one side for the introducer to use.

Screen:
Use the largest screen practical and position it off the stage in a darkened area or use rear screen projection. Additionally, the area above the screen needs to be darkened in order to provide good contrast.

Seating:
A variety of seating configurations do work, but the preferred seating arrangement is chevron schoolroom with a center aisle. Kevin walks into the audience during his presentations.

Lectern:
Needed for placement of laptop, along with aiding the person who will introduce Kevin.

Additional:
6ft Draped Table: On stage for speaker's notes or props.

Temperature:
A cool room produces an alert audience; a warm room produces a drowsy audience. A cold room produces a distracted audience; a hot room produces an irritable audience. The actual room temperature should be somewhere between 68 and 72 degrees Fahrenheit.

Publicity Photos

Contact our office at 818 225-1991.

 

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