Intelligence Gathering Symposium
- LAS VEGAS ANNUAL INTELLIGENCE GATHERING SYMPOSIUM
Julie Posey - "Internet Tracking" (Monday)
Julie Posey contributed to the national training manual on internet
tracking for The Department of Justice and currently trains police
officers nationwide on internet tracking. Assisting Posey during her
presentation will be Sgt. Ray Williams who works for the Connell
Police Department in Connell, WA.
Joseph Culligan - "Public Records In Depth" (Sunday p.m.)
Joseph Culligan has spoken before NSA and many other government
groups as well as seminars for private investigators. Last year he
was given the honor of being named the 1999 NAIS speaker of the year.
The first 100 people to send in their registration fees will receive
a free copy (at the seminar) of Joseph Culligan's newly released book.
Kevin Ripa - Computer Security & Canadian Resources (Sunday a.m.)
Mr. Ripa, a Canadian PI, will lecture on how to protect your computer
from virus attacks and rid your system of viruses, as well as talk
about firewall programs. He will also present an overview on
background investigations in Canada. The first 20 people who sign up
will get a copy of his manual entitled "Computer Security &
DATE & PLACE: February 18th and 19th, 2001 (Sunday & Monday)
President's Day weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Further details and application form can be found at
Vendor information available on website. Does not include seminar
As an additional bonus, a magazine called "PI Wisdom" will be
distributed to attendees. This publication will be a compilation of
all the articles, tips, and information included in the first 17
issues from June 1999 through January 2001 of The Joseph Culligan
Newsletter. Deadline for all ads is immediate and can be sent to this
email address in tiff, jpg, or any Microsoft document format.
Newsletter Editor/Publisher for Joseph Culligan
Author of the new book "You Can Find Anybody"
"You, Too, Can Find Anybody"
"Manhunt: The Book"
"When In Doubt Check Him Out"
- List Members,
I would like to introduce the new speakers and topics for this years
seminar. They are:
How To Reconstruct A Crime Scene (Bodies Continue To Talk After
Death): Presented by Detective Roy Heim of the Tulsa Police
Department. He is the past president of the Association for Crime
Scene Reconstruction, a member of International Association of
Bloodstain Pattern Analysts and in fact, designed a template for
impact analysis of blood and projectiles in 1990-1991. He currently
works cold case homicides.
How To Uncover Reasonable Doubt (The Role of the Criminal Defense
Investigator): This program will be presented by the CDITC National
Director and Board Certified Criminal Defense Investigator Brandon A.
Perron. Mr. Perron has trained thousands of criminal defense
investigators across the nation and in 1998 was named "One of the top
10 private investigation leaders in the United States" by P.I.
How To Do Handwriting Analysis In-House: Former Corrections Officer,
Treyce Benavidez is a 15 year specialist in handwriting analysis and
holds a bachelor's degree in forensic science and psychology and is a
qualified handwriting formation therapist. She will teach the 300+
strokes, slants, base-lines, and more to see the 'real' person behind
the pen. See how the size and spacing of letters and length of loops
help "profile" a writer.
Date: President's Day Weekend
February 17th and 18th
Place: Castaways Hotel & Casino
Las Vegas, Nevada
Further details can be found at
Editor/Publisher of The Newsletter Of Joseph Culligan
PO Box 44092
Las Vegas, NV 89116-2092