2020 Rocky Mountain Investigator Conference

  • Friday, October 02, 2020
  • Saturday, October 03, 2020
  • 2 sessions
  • Friday, October 02, 2020, 9:00 AM 3:00 PM (MDT)
  • Saturday, October 03, 2020, 9:00 AM 3:00 PM (MDT)
  • Online Zoom

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2020 Rocky Mountain Investigators - On Line Conference

October 2-3, 2020, 9:00 am - 3:00 pm (Mountain Daylight Time)


Join us on Zoom for two days of education, vendors, networking, a virtual cocktail hour, and picking up a new skill or two!


CLE credits: 7

Ethics credits: 1.2


Cost: $99.00 (PPIAC/PSACO Members)

$129.00 Guests


Featured speakers:

Edward Ajaeb, Nighthawk Strategies

Online & Social Media Investigations: Go Beyond the Big Sites

Social media sites and online communication platforms define our everyday lives. Social networking is how we connect, express ideas, make purchases, find jobs, and share our lives with the world. All of this digital interaction is a goldmine waiting for investigators who need to reach beyond the typical social media investigative checklist of Facebook and Twitter. Learn advanced open source and social media intelligence collection techniques for a variety of popular mobile apps and online platforms used by billions. Apply hidden methods for sites and services that many investigators had never even considered. Explore case studies and real-life examples of how these unique tools and specialized techniques are actively used for security monitoring, fugitive recoveries, asset searching, background checks, photo analysis, and fraud and criminal investigations. 

John Hoda, All Things Investigative, LLC

It's All in Your Head

The investigator’s mindset towards business is the most important tool in building a successful business. We will ask "Red Light” questions about starting or staying in business. We move into reluctance to market and how to focus on one target audience with at a minimum of one hour a week of marketing. Being a great investigator doesn’t guarantee success and how that self-identification actually gets in the way of business building and I will give my own testimonial about that exact issue. 

Matt Spaier, Satellite Investigations

10 Tips For Successful Accident Site Photography And How To Avoid Common Mistakes

Demonstrations on successful accident photography and a discussion on the most common pitfalls will help the investigator provide the client with the best possible results.

Bio- Matthew Spaier is the President and Owner of Satellite Investigations and has over 23 years’ experience working as an Investigator. He also is the CEO of Satellite Media Partners, the parent company of www.investigators-toolbox.com and he hosts a nationally broadcast podcast called PI-Perspectives. Matthew is regular columnist for PI Magazine and has also been featured in The Psychology Today webpage blog. Matthew is a contributing author in the Art of Investigation textbook released in 2019.

Lt. Sam McGhee, Aurora Police Department

Preparing for the active shooter in the workplace

This presentation focuses on workplace violence, oriented toward active shooter dynamics. Relative to the new-world dynamics we are in, there has been a reduction in active shooter incidents due to the pandemic, but due to the most unique conditions the planet has seen in terms of quarantine-related tensions and rising violence, the perfect storm for workplace violence may be percolating.

Jennifer Brown, J. Brown Legal Investigations

The Use of Genealogy in Investigations

New innovations have led to enhancing investigations through the use of genealogy. Genealogy tools and sources can prove to be valuable assets in many investigations.

Bio- Jennifer Brown is the owner and lead investigator at J. Brown Legal Investigations, LLC. She has conducted hundreds of investigations for attorneys throughout the United States. Ms. Brown specializes in criminal defense and has worked on behalf of clients facing everything from simple misdemeanors to the death penalty. She is an experienced investigator who also provides consulting services to attorneys and other investigators.

James Nanos and Nicole Cusanelli of PI Gear

Items to make your investigations easier and more profitable

James Nanos and Nicole Cusanelli of PI Magazine and PI Gear will demonstrate the latest gear to make your investigations both more effective in both time and expense.

JP Moore, Assistant Regulation Counsel for Colorado Supreme Court

Ethics

Private Investigator Industry Ethics and the breakdown of complaints.

Bio- J.P. Moore is an Assistant Regulation Counsel for the Colorado Supreme Court Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel.  Mr. Moore earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon and his law degree from the University of Colorado School of Law.  Mr. Moore was a Deputy District Attorney, Senior Deputy District Attorney and Chief Trial Deputy with the 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office and a Chief Deputy District Attorney with the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office.  Prior to joining OARC, Mr. Moore was in private practice focusing on criminal defense.

Conference Schedule (times are approximate)

Friday, October 2, 2020

9:00-10:00 JP Moore Ethics

10:00-11:00 Ed Ajaeb Online & Social Media Investigations

11:00-11:30 Skopenow Automate Your Social Media Investigations

11:30-12:30 Nicole Cusanelli/James Nanos Surveillance gear demonstration

12:30-1:15 Lunch

1:15-2:30 John Hoda It’s All in Your Head (Marketing mindset)

2:30-3:00 Wrap-up – Q & A

5:00-6:00 Virtual Cocktail Hour – Join us for an hour of getting to know one another

Saturday, October 3, 2020

9:00-10:00 Matt Spaier 10 Tips For Successful Accident Site Photography

10:00-11:30 Captain Sam McGhee Preparing for the Active Shooter in the

Workplace

11:30-12:00 Skopenow Automate Your Social Media Investigations

12:00-12:45 Lunch

12:45-2:15 Jennifer Brown Using Genealogy in Investigations

2:15-3:00 Wrap-up: Tips, tricks, Q & A

Featured Sponsors:

SKOPENOW

PDJ Services

Yergey Insurance


Private Investigator Industry Ethics and the breakdown of complaints.

Bio- J.P. Moore is an Assistant Regulation Counsel for the Colorado Supreme Court Office of Attorney Regulation Counsel.  Mr. Moore earned his undergraduate degree from the University of Oregon and his law degree from the University of Colorado School of Law.  Mr. Moore was a Deputy District Attorney, Senior Deputy District Attorney and Chief Trial Deputy with the 17th Judicial District Attorney’s Office and a Chief Deputy District Attorney with the 18th Judicial District Attorney’s Office.  Prior to joining OARC, Mr. Moore was in private practice focusing on criminal defense.



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