Violent Crimes Conference
September 6 - 8, 2023
REGISTRATION NOW OPEN
7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
7:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.
Doors will open daily at 7:30AM and breakfast will be available at that time. Training starts at 8:00AM each day.
RMIN Senior Analyst Sarah Jex
Criminal Analyst/Intel Support
Karla Alvarez Stabbing Case Study – Phoenix PD
UPD Detective Carrie Rigby
Google Timeline Investigations
Kylen Schulte & Crystal Turner – Moab Double Homicide Case Study
Lexis Nexis Senior Analyst, Eric Kraus
The Power of Accurint Virtual Crime Center and Accurint TraX-providing insight into suspects, witnesses, vehicles and phones while making non-obvious connections and leveraging cell phone and geo location data all creating a complete investigative solution
Going Postal-Homicide Investigation Case Study
FBI SA Dave Garcia
Sovereign Citizen Ideologies, Symbols & Current Trends
FBI Supervisory SA Charles Jones – Retired
FBI SA Kyle Michieli
High Profile Investigations
Gabby Petito Homicide Case Study
SLCPD Detective David Knaub
Berla Technology – Vehicle Forensics and Tracking
SLCPD Sgt. Tiffany Pappas & SLC DAO Homicide/Gang/Juvenile Division Director Josh Graves
The Benefit of Implementing IP Address and Social Media Forensics for Prosecutorial Tactics
Baleigh Bagshaw Case Study
Assistant Solicitor General Andrew Petersen
Justification Hearings – Self Defense v. Criminal Charges
Jon Michael Clara Shooting Case Study
Enoch City Police Investigations
High Risk Domestic Violence Murder/Suicides
Haight Family Case Study
More classes to come....
Contact SLCPD's Finance Department to submit credit card registration payment:
Lodging and other accommodations are the responsibility of attendees. No hotel block has been reserved for this conference.
Meals & Materials
Each participant will receive breakfast and lunch along with class materials and giveaways.
For any questions concerning the conference, please contact Chris Johnson at email@example.com or by calling 801.799.3128.