Re:Missing or Murdered Seminar
- Don't miss out on this very rare and privileged opportunity to be involved in an
active case that is assigned to the Cold Case Squad
of the New York City Police Department. During the very time
of this seminar, the Kristine Kupka case may be featured in the
press/news/TV, because of what is about to take place in the
near future. Become part of it and become my partner as you
and I literally investigate the case. Feel how it is to be a
"Detective for a Day." This case has all the elements of
any type of investigation that we as PI's would be involved with.
The seminar will definitely help you in your own investigations.
There is nothing like this in the whole country, because it is a real,
ongoing case. Responses are coming in, so register now. Looking
forward to meeting newcomers and veterans alike.
Full DAY SEMINAR - The Art of Investigation
This fascinating and unique seminar will be unlike others you may
have attended. You will be placed in the shoes of a lead
investigator learning to make difficult decisions and:
§ Learn the keys to investigative methodology that can be applied
to any case
§ Learn how to conduct complicated high profile investigations
§ Examine the evidence in the real-life unsolved missing persons
§ Formulate your opinion and help find the answers
§ INTERACT WITH A SPECIAL SURPRISE GUEST
The "Art of Investigation" series has been successful. As a
result, hundreds of creative minds are giving their input into the
unresolved . . . Missing or Murdered investigation.
Gil Alba, a nationally known private investigator, 28-year New York
City Police Department veteran and former First Grade Detective and
Bill Majeski, ex-NYPD Detective, co-author of "Corporate Security
Practices" and regular guest on Fox News, MSNBC and Court TV are
hosting The Art of Investigation.
Gil & Bill have combined for 50 years of law enforcement experience
in the public and private sector and will lead you through the
"Art of Investigation" seminar illustrating how the most
complex cases are investigated using a REAL-LIFE UNSOLVED CASE.
Listed by the N.Y. Daily News as one of New York's Top 10
Mysteries, the Kristine Kupka case represents a rare opportunity to
learn how the world's best detectives solve the world's worst
Kristine Kupka mysteriously disappeared on October 24, 1998, nearly
5 years to the date of this seminar in this very city. . . what can
be more real? Missing or Murdered?
This seminar is for everyone. You are invited to attend this seminar
and bring your colleagues to:
Location: New York City- Manhattan
Reception: Thursday November 6th 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Seminar: Friday, November 7th, 2003 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM
Your registration must be postmarked to receive the following rates:
On or before 10/10/03 $275.00
For details or to register, visit http://www.albainvestigations.com
or contact the conference organizer:
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