On Wednesday, July 28th, you will receive an email with the link to the webinar.
Most definitions of “major case” would certainly reference the nature and severity of the crime committed; the status, notoriety or number of victims involved; the amount of property loss or damage; and/or the extent of media coverage. What often goes unmentioned is the number of investigators and support personnel required.
The challenges of creating and tracking multiple tasks, tips, and leads, managing dozens of investigators and resources for extended periods of time, analyzing and storing tremendous amounts of information and work product can be daunting.
This webinar will introduce you to proven concepts of case management that can help establish command and control, increase productivity, minimize redundancy, and anticipate some of the inherent obstacles that come with large investigations and multi-agency task forces.
Jay King joined the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in August 1993, spending the majority of the past 18-years investigating sex crimes and homicides.
He was accepted into Robbery-Homicide Division (RHD) in March of 2008 where he participated in a number of high-profile investigations including the murder of off-duty Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputy Juan Escalante, the “Grim Sleeper” serial killer, the murder of Sherri Rasmussen by former LAPD Detective Stephanie Lazarus, the assault on Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium, the “New Years” arsons, the Christopher Dorner multi-agency task force, and the murder of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Agent Gerardo Hernandez at Los Angeles Airport (LAX). After a brief tour at Major Crimes Division (MCD), Jay returned to the RHD Homicide Special Section as a Detective III in March 2015.
Public safety emergencies don’t take days off and they don’t call ahead – unpredictability is part of the job for first responders. Fortunately, police, fire fighters and EMS personnel can count on dependable Panasonic computers, body cameras and digital evidence management systems to stay on top of events as they occur.
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A National Cornerstone Partner, HSToday is the premier news and information resource, elevating the issues that support a safe and secure nation. From policymaking in Washington, DC, to operations in challenging security environments, HSToday’s vast network of experts deliver the most authoritative, timely coverage of America’s efforts to address threats man-made and natural.
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Started in 2011, the program has welcomed over 6,000 attendees from 38 states. Offered in five-day programs on violent crime and terrorism trends and one-day programs on various and specific themes, many call it the best training in their careers. The average five-day program welcomes of 225 attendees from 100 agencies across 20 states, while over 100 attendees from 40 agencies travel from five states for the one-day format.
The five-day program provides General Sessions, Focused Seminars, and Workshops providing attendees instruction on current topics through case studies and cutting edge technology, including Virtual Reality. Certified for law enforcement in-service and organization continuing education units, the week-long event includes student aids, an Enrichment Visit, and the highly regarded evening program, A Tribute to Heroes.
“A Day on the INLETS” are full day seminars on a focused topic providing case studies, instruction, and resources, including continental breakfast and lunch. Held in various locations across the Mid-Atlantic, the “Day” format provides diversity of relevant topics at various locations minimizing attendee travel.
Open to Law Enforcement, Defense and Intel Entities, and industry professionals, including members of InfraGard, ASIS, and DSAC.