Criminal Justice News

Thursday, August 28, 2008

Anderson School of Management Adopts Leadership Book

Editor's Note: The authors are retired law enforcement personnel.

August 28, 2008 (Alburquerque, NM) David Schmidly became the 20th president of the University of New Mexico in 2007. It is his third university presidency. When Schmidly came to the campus to meet with students he told them he planned to teach as part of his duties. He is an internationally respected researcher who has written 9 natural history and conservation books about mammals and more than 200 scientific articles. This fall Schimidly is teaching a seminar course on
leadership at the Anderson School of Management.

There are 53 students enrolled in the course, which will use as a text
Leadership: Texas Hold ‘Em Style by Dr. Andrew J. Harvey and Raymond E. Foster. In this lecture, Schmidly talks about how he became a leader.

About the
leadership: Texas Hold em Style
Using poker as analogy for
leadership, Captain Andrew Harvey, CPD (ret.), Ed.D. and Lieutenant Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.), MPA found the right mix of practical experience and academic credentials to write a definitive book for leaders. Working together, Harvey and Foster have written leadership: Texas Hold em Style. Most often leaders find they are given a set of resources people, equipment, funds, experience and a mission. As Foster noted, "You're dealt a certain hand. How you play that hand as a leader determines your success."

About the Authors
Dr. Andrew J. Harvey served in law enforcement for 25 years, the last 12 as a captain with a Southern California
police agency. He holds bachelors and masters degrees from Cal State Los Angeles, and an educational doctorate in the field of organizational leadership from Pepperdine University. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, the California POST Command College, the West Point leadership Program, and is recognized in California as a master instructor.

Dr. Harvey is an experienced college educator, currently serving as a professor at the University of Phoenix, and as a faculty advisor at the Union Institute and University. He has been published numerous times in national and international publications. He is a recognized expert in
leadership and career development, and has served as an instructor in command leadership at the Los Angeles Police Department Academy. He has appeared as a leadership authority on television and radio, including the internationally-broadcast Bloomberg Business Television Show, and the nationally syndicated Joey Reynolds Radio Show.

His first book, The Call to Lead: How Ordinary People Become Extraordinary Leaders, received national attention. The book shows the way for leaders toward ethical and competent
leadership. Through his company, Andrew Harvey Seminars, he provides leadership training and consulting to individuals and organizations throughout the nation.



Raymond E. Foster was a sworn member of the
Los Angeles Police Department for 24 years. He retired in 2003 at the rank of Lieutenant. He holds a bachelors from the Union Institute and University in Criminal Justice Management and a Masters Degree in Public Financial Management from California State University, Fullerton. He has completed his doctoral course work in business research. Raymond is a graduate of the West Point leadership program and has attended law enforcement, technology and leadership programs such as the National Institute for Justice, Technology Institute, Washington, DC.

Raymond is currently a part-time lecturer at California State University, Fullerton and the Union Institute and University. He has experience teaching upper division courses in law enforcement, public policy, technology and
leadership. Raymond is an experienced author who has published numerous articles in a wide range of venues including magazines such as Government Technology, Mobile Government, Airborne Law Enforcement Magazine, and Police One. He has appeared on the History Channel and radio programs in the United States and Europe as subject matter expert in technological applications in law enforcement. His first book, Police Technology (Prentice Hall, July 2004) is used in over 100 colleges and universities nationwide.

More Information about the Book:
www.pokerleadership.com

President Schmidly on Leadership

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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Michigan Sheriff's Office Earns Award for Military Support

By Army Staff Sgt. Michael J. Carden
American Forces Press Service

Aug. 27, 2008 - In Oakland County, Mich., every day is Veterans Day, thanks to strong
military support from Sheriff Michael J. Bouchard and the Oakland County Sheriff’s Office. The department is one of 15 organizations receiving the 2008 Secretary of Defense Employer Support Freedom Award for outstanding support of its employees in the National Guard or Reserve. The department also is a co-recipient of the 2008 Michigan Employer Support Guard or Reserve Pro Patria Award.

Initiatives such as the "Every Day is Veterans Day" campaign launched by Bouchard's department and other local organizations are a testament of the department's respect and efforts to support
military veterans.

The department is the first
Michigan law enforcement agency to partner with the Army in the "Partnership for Youth Success Program," which actively recruits armed forces members for employment. Because of the program and other initiatives, a number of reserve-component servicemembers, including 12 deputies, now work for the sheriff's department.

Servicemembers welcomed into the department's work force are provided the difference between their
military pay and their sheriff's department salary and full benefits for themselves and their families throughout their military career.

Deploying employees are given laptop computers purchased by the department for their personal use, while the department provides employees returning from deployments 10 days of paid time off in appreciation for their service.

The department also remembers its employees who were injured in combat. Employees recovering from wounds and undergoing rehabilitation continue to receive benefits and support from the department.

Bouchard recently was recognized by the Michigan
Army National Guard with the Michigan Distinguished Service Medal for his exceptional support to deputy sheriff and Army Sgt. James McKelvey and his family while McKelvey recovered from injuries suffered during a deployment to Iraq.

Bouchard personally visited McKelvey on multiple occasions at Walter Reed
Army Medical Center here, and provided weekly updates of his recuperation to the department as well.

"It's been an honor and privilege to work for the
Oakland County Sheriff’s Office," said Shawn Wilson, who also is a U.S. Marine Corps Reserve corporal. "They continue to be a tremendous support system to the individuals who are deployed around the world and their families."

Whether employees are deployed or at weekend and annual drills, they feel they are able to concentrate more on their
military missions and obligations and worry less about their families because of the high level of support the department provides, Wilson said.

"Knowing that our families are taken care of at home allows us to more effectively focus on the mission at hand," he said. "I will always be in debt to the
Oakland County Sheriff’s Office and its employees for providing my family with the assistance they did while I was deployed."

The
Oakland County Sheriff’s Office will receive the Freedom Award along with 14 other companies in a ceremony Sept. 18 at the Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center here. The Freedom Award was instituted in 1996 under the auspices of the National Committee for Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve to recognize exceptional support from the employer community.

Saturday, August 23, 2008

Tour de Force 9/11 Memorial Bike Ride

Officer Richard Mazloom, a Mt. Bike Officer with the Metropolitan Police Department (Washington DC) is riding in the Tour De Force 9/11 Memorial Bike Ride.

The Tour de Force is a four day, 250 mile bike ride from the Pentagon to Ground Zero in New York City. All money raised from sponsors will go to benefit the families of officers who lost their lives in the 9/11 attacks. The ride will take place on 9/8/08 and finish on 9/11 as 150 riders cycle into downtown Manhattan to pay their respects.

All donations will appreciated.

To Donate:
Go to:
www.tourdeforceny.com
Click: Donate NOW
Type "YOUR NAME" or "COMPANY NAME" in the Sponsor Box.
Type "RICHARD MAZLOOM" in the RIDER box.

Thank you all for your support and be safe out there.
Ofc. Richard Mazloom
MPD, Wash, D.C.
First District

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Laughs in Law Enforcement

On August 22, 2008, Conversations with Cops at the Watering Hole will feature a conversation with two former Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies, Harry Penny and Claude Anderson, who have revealed the humorous side of law enforcement through writing and cartoons.

Program Date: August 22, 2008
Program Time: 2100 hours, Pacific
Topic: Laughs in Law Enforcement
Listen Live:
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/LawEnforcement/2008/08/23/Laughs-in-Law-Enforcement

About the Guests
Harry D. Penny, Jr. has over twenty years of law enforcement experience. Harry Penny has been a police officer for the Buena Park Police Department and a deputy sheriff with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department. During his ten year career with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department he worked jail division, technical services division and spent five years in patrol as a field training officer.

Harry D. Penny has also been a Special Deputy in the US Marshal Service, working in Court Security; and, a reserve police officer for the Chula Vista Police Department as well as the Barstow Police Department. In addition to his domestic law enforcement service, Harry Penny served over 20 years with the United States Navy. Harry Penny has authored several works including the book, Behind the Badge: The Funny Side of the Thin Blue Line.

According to
Claude Anderson, he began drawing since the first day he could hold a pencil. Having been blessed with "limited artistic ability", he drew cartoons throughout grammar, high school and college. While serving in the U.S. Air force during the Korean War he had several cartoons printed in the Stars & Stripes newspaper.

After joining the
Los Angeles County Sheriff Department, he continued with cartoons appearing on locker and briefing room walls. In 1972 he was asked to submit a cartoon for a new monthly law enforcement bulletin: The Star & Shield. After the first issued appeared, he was asked to keep drawing until he submitted a cartoon that was funny. His cartoons have also hit the locker rooms of the San Francisco PD and the Texas Highway Patrol. He was assigned to Firestone Sheriff Station where he worked for 12 years. Seven of those years he was a training officer. Claude Anderson is the author of RadioCarToons: The Training Officer.

About the Watering Hole
The Watering Hole is police slang for a location cops go off-duty to blow off steam and talk about work and life. Sometimes funny; sometimes serious; but, always interesting.

About the Host
Lieutenant Raymond E. Foster was a sworn member of the Los Angeles Police Department for 24 years. He retired in 2003 at the rank of Lieutenant. He holds a bachelor’s from the Union Institute and University in
Criminal Justice Management and a Master’s Degree in Public Financial Management from California State University, Fullerton; and, has completed his doctoral course work. Raymond E. Foster has been a part-time lecturer at California State University, Fullerton and Fresno; and is currently a faculty advisor and lecturer with the Union Institute and University. He has experience teaching upper division courses in law enforcement, public policy, law enforcement technology and leadership. Raymond is an experienced author who has published numerous articles in a wide range of venues including magazines such as Government Technology, Mobile Government, Airborne Law Enforcement Magazine, and Police One. He has appeared on the History Channel and radio programs in the United States and Europe as subject matter expert in technological applications in law enforcement.

Listen, call, join us at the Watering Hole.
http://www.blogtalkradio.com/LawEnforcement/2008/08/23/Laughs-in-Law-Enforcement

Program Contact Information
Lieutenant Raymond E. Foster, LAPD (ret.), MPA
editor@police-writers.com
909.599.7530

Wednesday, August 20, 2008

Federal Fellowship Opportunity at the National Counterterrorism Center located in Washington, DC

An exciting opportunity exists for state, local, or tribal officials to serve in a fellowship program with the Interagency Threat Assessment and Coordination Group, which coordinates terrorism information products for state, local, tribal, and private sector consumers. These positions will serve an integral role in providing the state, local, and tribal perspectives at the national level.

The individuals selected will be sponsored for a one-year detail under a federal fellowship program. Interested personnel must understand the time and dedication the assignment demands. Selection of candidates will be an ongoing process, and a pool of qualified applicants will be maintained.

Candidate Qualifications/Requirements:

State, local, or tribal
law enforcement or intelligence personnel (sworn or unsworn) or homeland security, fire, or public health professionals in any of the following areas: multiagency task forces, long-term investigations, critical infrastructure programs, law enforcement intelligence, or homeland security-related issues.

-Individuals must have significant experience (three years minimum) in performing their duties in the above referenced areas (preference will be given to those individuals with supervisory experience).

-Recommendation by his or her agency’s chief executive.

-Ability to relocate to the Washington, DC, area and serve a one-year detail.

-Submission to a counterintelligence scope polygraph.

Preference will be given to candidates with a clearance level (or one in process) of Top Secret/Sensitive Compartmented Information (TS/SCI).

Fellowship info:
http://www.it.ojp.gov/itacgfellowshipinfo

Criminal Intelligence Analysis Course

The Department of Homeland Security and Citizen & Immigration Services, VT is hosting an intensive 5-day Criminal Intelligence Analysis Course for intelligence officers and crime and intelligence analysts from September 22nd to September 26th 2008. The course will be presented by the Alpha Group Center for crime and Intelligence Analysis and taught by Warren Sweeney, a thirty-year veteran of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and former Intelligence Analysis Coordinator for the RCMP Canadian Police College in Ottawa, Ontario (Canada)

This will be a "hands-on" course that takes a "learn-by-doing," practical approach to training. Students will actually perform tasks associated with intelligence analysis work. Each participant will also receive a copy of The Intelligence Analyst's Sourcebook. Written by Warren Sweeney, this manual explains how to conduct, prepare, and present intelligence to enhance the investigative and decision-making process.

Participants will be taught how to turn data into information; how to distinguish differences between Tactical, Strategic, and Operational Intelligence; how to overcome resistance to the intelligence process, how to establish links between people, organizations, and events; how to chart events, commodity flow, and activities within the
Criminal organization; how to present intelligence effectively in oral and written reports; how to use the power of the computer to assist the intelligence function; and money laundering secrets and techniques.

Tuition for the course is $525 and includes the week of instruction, the text, and related course materials. The course also fulfills the requirements of the California Department of Justice Certified
crime and Intelligence Analysis Program and may be used for Certification purposes. It is beneficial, but not required, to bring a laptop computer with you, which will permit the installation of a graphics program: ABC SnapGraphics 1.0.

To obtain a course brochure or to register for the course, please contact Diana Olson of the Alpha Group at (909) 484-2169 or contact by e-mail at:
crimecrush@aol.com Additional information about the content of the course can also be found on the Alpha Group website at www.alphagroupcenter.com.

Sunday, August 10, 2008

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

The Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Coquitlam, BC, will host a Crime Analysis Applications Course from October 6th to October 10th 2008. The course will be presented by Steve Gottlieb, Executive Director of the Alpha Group Center for Crime and Intelligence Analysis Training, and may be used for Certification purposes in the Certificate in Crime and Intelligence Program offered by the California Department of Justice and the California State University system.

This will be a "hands-on" applications course which takes a "learning-by-doing," practical approach to training. Students will actually perform the tasks associated with
Crime Analysis work. Each participant will also receive a copy of Mr. Gottlieb's book, "Crime Analysis: From First Report to Final Arrest," a textbook over 600 pages which explains how to design, implement, and operate a Crime Analysis program, and how to use a wide variety of analytical techniques to forecast when and where criminals are likely to strike again. Each participant will also receive a copy of Mr. Gottlieb's 150-page step-by-step "Crime Analysis Study Guide and Workbook," which will be used throughout the class. Tuition is $525.00 and includes the week of instruction, the text, workbook, and a wealth of handout materials.

To obtain a course brochure or to register for the course, please contact remittance Cpl Robert McDonald, RCMP, 2986 Guldford Way, Coquitlam, BC, Canada.You may also register by phone by calling Cpl McDonald at (604)945-1472 by faxing your registration form to him at (604)552-7303 or by email to:
Robert.mcdonald@rcmp-grc.gc.ca or Diana Olson of the Alpha Group at (909) 484-2169 or contact by e-mail at: crimecrush@aol.com. Additional information about the content of the course can also be found on the Alpha Group website at www.alphagroupcenter.com

Friday, August 08, 2008

Criminal Intelligence Analyst Course

The Dearborn Police Department, MI, is hosting an intensive 5-day Criminal Intelligence Analysis Course for intelligence officers and Crime and intelligence analysts from November 3 to November 7th 2008. The course will be presented by the Alpha Group Center for Crime and Intelligence Analysis and taught by Warren Sweeney, a thirty-year veteran of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and former Intelligence Analysis Coordinator for the RCMP Canadian Police College in Ottawa, Ontario (Canada)

This will be a "hands-on" course that takes a "learn-by-doing," practical approach to training. Students will actually perform tasks associated with intelligence analysis work. Each participant will also receive a copy of The Intelligence Analyst's Sourcebook. Written by Warren Sweeney, this manual explains how to conduct, prepare, and present intelligence to enhance the investigative and decision-making process.

Participants will be taught how to turn data into information; how to distinguish differences between Tactical, Strategic, and Operational Intelligence; how to overcome resistance to the intelligence process, how to establish links between people, organizations, and events; how to chart events, commodity flow, and activities within the
Criminal organization; how to present intelligence effectively in oral and written reports; how to use the power of the computer to assist the intelligence function; and money laundering secrets and techniques.

Tuition for the course is $525 and includes the week of instruction, the text, and related course materials. The course also fulfills the requirements of the California Department of Justice Certified
Crime and Intelligence Analysis Program and may be used for Certification purposes. It is beneficial, but not required, to bring a laptop computer with you, which will permit the installation of a graphics program: ABC SnapGraphics 1.0.

To obtain a course brochure or to register for the course, please contact Diana Olson of the Alpha Group at (909) 484-2169 e-mail at:
crimecrush@aol.com or contact Cpl Jeffrey Ball, Dearborn Police Department, MI, 313-943-2116, fax 313-943-3048 email jaball@ci.dearborn.mi.us. Additional information about the content of the course can also be found on the Alpha Group website www.alphagroupcenter.com.

Thursday, August 07, 2008

Public Safety Technology in the News

Cubic Simulations Unveils Tactical Robot for Military, Law enforcement Use
Orlando Sentinel, (07/15/2008), Richard Burnett

Law enforcement agencies may be able to add COUGAR, short for Combined Operations Unmanned Ground Assessment Robot, as a tool in their technology arsenal. The primary market for the developer, Cubic Simulation Systems, is military training simulator technology, but they are using COUGAR to expand their offerings to the public safety community. The units are capable of providing public safety organizations with audio and video capabilities that allow for a range of up to 500 feet, plus it is equipped with anti-detonation charges to aid in disarming explosives. Also, to assist SWAT teams with entry, the units can deliver flash-bang grenades in an effort to keep officers safe. Cubic designed the units to be rugged and inexpensive for agencies to acquire.
www.orlandosentinel.com/business/local/newsletter/orl-biznews-robot071508,0,2126234.story

Police Riding the Wave of
technology From Squads
The Chetek Alert, (07/08/2008), Rachel Westberg

Participation with 11 other agencies in a consortium grant has provided the Chetek (Wisconsin)
Police Department with the opportunity to purchase laptops and software to more efficiently process traffic citations and accident reports. The software packages Traffic and Criminal Software (TraCS) and Law enforcement Application Program (LEAP) will be installed in the units. The TraCS software will allow officers to process traffic citations and accident reports quickly, and the LEAPs package provides officers remote access to the department's desktop programs, such as report software or records management programs. These packages together allow Chetek Police to be more visible to their community.
www.zwire.com/site/news.cfm?newsid=19841394&BRD=1134&PAG=461&dept_id=150853&rfi=6

Cross Match Introduces Single Platen Palm Scanner With Interactive LCD Display at National Sheriff's Association 2008 Conference
BusinessWire, (June 25, 2008)

Cross Match used the 2008 National Sheriff's Association Conference to introduce a new latent fingerprint tool to the
Law enforcement community. The L SCAN 500P is a palm scanner to help agencies that are updating their booking process increase the chances of positive identification with latent prints. The units incorporate a user-friendly LCD that uses color, icons, and "smart buttons" to make scanning possible for the officers. It is hoped that this ease of use will increase safety by allowing the officer to maintain visual contact during the booking process. Recently, as a result of the Tribal Criminal History Records Improvement Program (T-CHRIP) grant program from the U.S. Department of Justice, these units were installed in various locations for the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Tribal Police.
www.businesswire.com/portal/site/google/?ndmViewId=news_view&newsId=20080625005065&newsLang=en

Grant Will Help Frostburg
Police Buy New Cruiser
Cumberland Times-News, (07/16/2008), Staff Reporter

The Frostburg (Maryland) City Police Department received $13,750 in Federal funding from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development program to purchase an eighth cruiser for the agency's fleet. Also, the department received $1,008 in State funding from the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention to outfit the department's 15 officers with new body armor.
www.times-news.com/archivesearch/local_story_198110045.html

Enhanced Security
Cumberland Times-News, (07/29/2008), Jennifer Raley

Security in public schools in Allegany County, Maryland, will be enhanced using Federal grant money from the U.S. Department of Agriculture Rural Development program. A check in the amount of $49,830 was presented to the Allegany County Board of Education. The funds will be used to update the county's video surveillance capabilities and to provide every school with two-way radios to ensure communications in the event of an emergency. The radios will be able to communicate with the county's emergency operations center, the
Police and sheriff's departments, first responders, the board of education's central office, and school bus drivers.
www.times-news.com/local/local_story_211093655.html

Flint Seeks Sponsors for Police Surveillance Cameras; Some Question Whether It's Private
The Flint Journal (07/03/2008), Bryn Mickle

In an effort to add additional video surveillance capabilities, the
Flint Police Department is seeking individuals and business to sponsor camera boxes. In exchange for cash sponsorship, individuals or businesses can have their name placed on the camera box, along with the name and logo information for the city Police department. This option is being explored because the city currently has one camera and officials are impressed with its results and now want to expand their options. The upper amount for donations is $30,000, however, smaller amounts can be donated and the dollar amount determines the size of the logo or name on the box.
www.mlive.com/flintjournal/index.ssf/2008/07/flint_seeks_sponsors_for_polic.html

Video Sharing Site Offers Training Videos, Crime Footage for Police
Govtech.com, (07/28/2008), Jim McKay

The video sharing site offered by policeone.com provides officers with a single source to view
Law enforcement or Police related videos that have an already narrowed focus for the specific audience. The site, known as "BLUtube," hosts training videos, dashboard footage, and TV footage regarding local crimes, product promos and reviews, as well as lighter videos posted by active site members. The site uses an officer's badge and agency phone number to obtain verification of an officer's identity and status in his or her department. Once issued user rights, officers can access BLUtube and policeone.com with the same information.
www.govtech.com/gt/375769?topic=117680

Tuesday, August 05, 2008

Criminal Investigative Analysis Course

The Murfreesboro Police Department, TN will host a Criminal Investigative Analysis Course from September 22nd to September 26th 2008. The course will be presented by Wayne Porter of the Alpha Group Center for Crime and Intelligence Analysis Training, and may be used for Certification purposes in the Certificate in Crime and Intelligence Analysis Program offered by the California Department of Justice and the California State University system.

Mr. Porter is an FBI-certified
Police fellow profiler who for 11 years profiled serial rape and homicide cases as a Special Agent with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, several of which have been featured on television's A&E's Investigative Reports and Court TV. Currently maintaining his sworn status as a Reserve Special Agent with the Florida Department of Law Enforcement, Mr. Porter, who retired with 32 years in Law Enforcement, now consults and instructs on violent Crime topics along with practical applications of Criminal investigative analysis techniques for Law Enforcement organizations throughout North America.

Designed for both investigators and
Crime analysts who are responsible for investigating or assisting in the investigation of rape, homicide, and violent Crime cases, this course takes a very practical "learn-by-doing" approach to training that, through lectures and demonstration, provides students with numerous opportunities to walk through the analytical process in the analysis of serial rape and homicide. Participants learn how to analyze Crime scene patterns, recognize the all-important signatures of serial violent crime such as homicide and rape, identify the behavioral, physical, and personality characteristics of offenders who commit these crimes. They'll also be shown how to determine the offender's obsessions and motivations, how to determine if, when, and where offenders may strike again. In addition the course will address the target selection process of offenders, sexual deviants behaviors exhibited by the offender, how female serial killers differ from male serial killers, and how social and environmental factors shape an offender's life.

Each participant will receive a copy of "The
Criminal Investigative Analysis Study Guide and Workbook," a manual of over 700 pages of class notes and supplemental reading material, and a CD of "Managing Death Investigations," by Arthur Westveer, Jr., containing over 600 pages of material for the investigation of many types of violent deaths. This is an unique opportunity to become more aware of the investigative analysis process currently preformed by the Police-fellow and F.B.I. profilers. The student will learn the importance of walking in the shoes of both the suspect and the victim.
Tuition for the course is $525 and includes the week of instruction and all related course materials. The course also fulfills the requirements of the Certified
Crime and Intelligence Analysts Program and may be used for certification purposes.

To obtain a course brochure or to register for the course, please contact remittance Lt Steve Teeters, Murfreesboro
Police Department, 324 S.Church St, Murfreesboro, TN 37130.You may also register by phone by calling Lt Teeters at (615) 895-3874 by faxing your registration form to him at (615) 849-2628 or by email to: steeters@ci.murfreesboro.tn.us or Diana Olson of the Alpha Group at (909) 484-2169 or contact by e-mail at: crimecrush@aol.com

Friday, August 01, 2008

National Metal Theft Investigations Seminar

Stolen: Aluminum - Brass - Bronze - Copper - Platinum

Date: September 23-24, 2008
Location:
The Regal Sun Resort
In The Walt Disney World Resort
Orlando, Florida 32830
Phone: 800-624-4109
Web: http://www.regalsunresort.com
Room Rate: $105.00
Seminar Fee: $295.00
Seminar Website:
http://www.iapci.org/seminar-one/index.php

New Annual Metal Theft Investigations Seminar is restricted to
law enforcement, public utilities, and corporate security. Please attend to network and develop strategies to combat one of the hottest and fastest-growing crimes!

Groups Attending Include:
Allegheny Power;
AT&T Corporate Security;
Con Edison Company of NY;
CSX Railroad Police Department;
Dallas Police Department Metal Theft Unit;
Embarq Corporate Security;
First Energy Corp;
Fort Worth Police Department, Texas, Metal Theft Unit;
Houston Police Department, Metal Theft Unit;
Lowe's Companies Inc.;
Macon - Middle Georgia Metal Theft Committee;
Oregon Joint Metals Task Force;
Phoenix Police Department, Arizona, Metal Theft Unit;
Southern California Edison, Corporate Security;
Travis CO TX Metal Theft Task Force;
Verizon Corporate Security;
Xcel Energy;

For More Information
http://www.iapci.org/pages-main/index.php
Not-For-Profit law enforcement Educational Association
If you can't attend the seminar join our association membership dues are FREE!