From June 23 – 28, 2014, 25 instructors provided nearly 30 blocks of instruction on investigating violent crime and terrorism trends. From lessons learned during active shooter scenarios to behavioral indicators to crime scene processing to source development, subject matter experts from as far away as Norway shared their expertise and knowledge with over 200 attendees from 17 states and 3 countries. We want to thank everyone who made this year a successful event.
It was an honor to spend Thursday evening among heroes: Lt. Thomas Norris and Lt. Michael Thornton, two retired Navy SEALs that both received Congressional Medals of Honor for their acts of valor during the Vietnam War. Their stories are ones that attendees aren’t soon to forget.
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