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Speakers and Topics

Special Agent Jeff Ross, FBI-Utah
Case study on child predators.
Special Agent Adam Quirk, FBI-Utah
Cell phone mapping and tracking technology.
Deputy District Attorney Steve Nelson, Salt Lake County DA
Case and court preparation, legal updates.
AUSA William Kendall, U.S. Attorney’s Office-Utah
Federal options and Hobbs Act prosecution, court prep and legal update.
Robbery and Homicide Squads from Salt Lake City Police Department
Basic and advanced investigative techniques for aggravated assault,
homicide, bank robbery and serial robbers.

Safe Streets Task Force Officer Bryan Peterson, FBI/West Valley Police Dept.
Search warrant, court orders and various orders needed
for investigation and evidence recovery.

Debbie Duĵanovic Bertram, FBI Public Information Officer
Media relations and how the media can make or break your case.
Detective Chris Kotrodimos, SLCPD Homicide Squad
Case study on the “smoke shop” homicide.

 

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Lodging

Make your own reservations at least 30 days prior at The Little America Hotel, 800-281-7899; reference the Salt Lake City Violent Crimes and Robbery Conference to get the special group rate of $95 to $199 plus tax including complimentary WI-FI.

Meals & Materials

Each participant will receive breakfast and lunch on Thursday and Friday along with class materials and giveaways.

Registration Fee

$95.00, includes meals and materials. Rooms are NOT included in this fee. Register before August 1 to receive a $10 discount. Make checks payable to PMAA.


 

For any questions concerning the conference, please contact Matthew Evans at matthew.evans@slcgov.com or by calling 801.799.3630.