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6 The Hawaiian Islands INLETS:
Violent Crimes
Terrorism Trends
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  1. 1. 6 The Hawaiian Islands INLETS: Violent Crimes & Terrorism Trends SEPTEMBER 11-15, 2017 | THE WESTIN | HONOLULU
  2. 2. 2 On behalf of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and FBI Honolulu Division, we want to welcome you to Honolulu, Hawaii, and extend you best wishes and a warm “aloha!” We appreciate you taking time out of your busy schedules to participate in the INtel and Law Enforcement Training Seminar (INLETS). This seminar is hosted by the FBI, the Hawaii State Fusion Center, and InfraGard, a non-proOit organization. Our team members have put together a seminar we believe will be insightful, innovative and topical, and we fully expect INLETS will provide a valuable learning and collaborative experience for each of you. As Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Honolulu Division, I am honored to be afOiliated with this seminar and to continue to promote this program. The INLETS program’s success is directly related to the continuing participation, professionalism, collaboration, and high standards of excellence set by its participants. Thank you, as well, to the hardworking teams, individuals, and sponsors who have dedicated their time in promoting this year’s training session. Again, we hope you will enjoy the INLETS seminar and our beautiful city and state!
  4. 4. 4 ALOHA! On behalf of the INLETS Planning Team, welcome to the Hawaiian Islands INLETS: Violent Crimes & Terrorism Trends. Your planning team comes from the FBI Field Offices in Washington, DC and Baltimore, MD, the Maryland Coordination & Analysis Center (MCAC, the state fusion center), and the local chapters of InfraGard: InfraGard Maryland and Infragard National Capital Region - the host & fiduciary of this training platform. This seminar is for you. You represent the local and state first responders, federal and military entities, and stake-holder organizations who protect our communities. In 2011, the FBI was scheduled to host the first-ever FBI profiler-led seminar in the Washington, DC-area. Just weeks before it was to begin, the seminar was nearly cancelled because the Federal government rescinded budgets. InfraGard Maryland and the MCAC recognized the potential positive impact for local law enforcement and each provided the financial support and resources to ensure the training would occur. After reading the overwhelming surveys, emails, and notes from attendees, the INtel & Law Enforcement Training Seminar (INLETS) was created in that original design. In 2014, the InfraGard National Capital Region Members Alliance (InfraGardNCR) became our fiduciary. InfraGardNCR’s vision helped make this training expand to other regions. In the past six years, roughly 5,000 attendees representing 500 agencies, 250 companies, 16 different InfraGard chapters from over 30 states and across four-time zones, including five foreign countries, have participated in either a five-day seminar, “A Day on the INLETS” (a one-day theme-focused program), or a single topic, lunch-time lecture we call a “Brown Bag Briefing.” These programs have now been provided in seven states. The planning team wishes to acknowledge American Military University, a Sustaining Partner, for their continued and strong support of the INLETS program. The planning team also extends their gratitude to Ed Arias, FBI Special Agent assigned to the Honolulu field office, for his depth of knowledge and appreciation of Hawaiian history; Dolores (Dee)Cook, for her dedication to Hawaii’s fusion center and the first responder community; Paul Epstein, for his leadership and commitment to the Hawaii State Fusion Center, and Russell Seeney, President of InfraGard Hawaii, a leader in furthering the relationship between the private sector and the law enforcement community. Without their support, this program would not have been possible. WE WELCOME YOU TO HONOLULU. AND TO THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS INLETS.
  5. 5. 5 Week at a Glance………………………………..……………………….. 3 Sponsors…………………………………………..………………………… 7 Tribute to Heroes…………………………….………………………. 8-9 Multi-day Workshop Descriptions………………….………10-11 Daily Topic Descriptions ………………………………….……13-21 Presenter Bios …………………………………………….………….…24 A ‘TWO BOYS BAD’ CREATION
  6. 6. !6 On The INLETS: in·let  noun (ˈin-let) 1. A stream or bay leading inland, as from the ocean; an estuary.   2. A connection between a bay and the ocean; often called an "entrance" or a recession in the shore of a sea, lake or river.  3. An opening providing a means of entrance or intake.    On The INLETS (INtel & Law Enforcement Training Seminar) is a collaborative training program connecting those charged with protecting our communities with the instruction to help them do so.     The singular focus is to further develop and support the analytical and investigative capability of law enforcement and private sector stakeholders in the greater National Capital Region and beyond.  Designed by components from the FBI field offices in Washington, DC and Baltimore, InfraGard, and the Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center (MCAC), the training topics are selected based on innovative investigative techniques, current threats, emerging trends to the region, surveys, and specific requests.   The program, which offers In-service and continuing education units, is presented by subject matter experts from all levels of government and the private sector. Originally established with the InfraGard Maryland Members Alliance, INLETS is now led by the InfraGard National Capital Region Members Alliance (InfraGardNCR). Because of their leadership in hosting the program, it is not dependent on federal funding. INLETS is offered in three formats, available to all interested law enforcement, defense and intelligence entities, and InfraGard members who are security/risk professionals.  A Day on the INLETS An eight hour block of instruction composed of various presentations on pertinent, parallel topics.  Hosted by InfraGard chapters throughout the Mid-Atlantic region, this day of instruction is provided quarterly.  Venues have stretched from Quantico, VA, southern and western Maryland, to Wilmington, Delaware and southern New Jersey.  Bringing the instruction to various geographic regions minimizes the financial and travel impact on the attendees and further strengthens liaison and attendance with our partners - both private and public sectors, across state lines. The Annual Seminar on Violent Crimes & Terrorism Trends Held during the last week in June, in Annapolis, Maryland, the seminar offers a bevy of timely topics in three formats of instruction: General sessions; focused presentation topics led by subject matter experts and offering comprehensive overviews of current topics; and workshops, which provide an in-depth study of a single topic over multiple days. The INLETS Planning Team consists of FBI Washington, DC and Baltimore field office Special Agents (who serve as Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) Coordinators and InfraGard Coordinators), InfraGard members from the Maryland and National Capital Region chapters, and the MCAC’s External Relations Branch. InfraGardNCR also serves as the fiduciary for INLETS. For more information, including program schedules, please visit
  7. 7. 7 A WORD ABOUT OUR SPONSORS: InfraGard National Capital Region Members Alliance (InfraGardNCR) is proud to host the INLETS program. How does their hosting impact the program? InfraGardNCR oversees the logistics and financial responsibilities, which means the program is not affected by federal budgetary constraints. They host INLETS to ensure that this quality training is available regardless of federal fiscal challenges and police training budgets, which are often very limited. InfraGardNCR and our private sector partners, led by American Military University, as business entities, recognize and support your role in protecting our communities through the products and services they provide. They also realize the challenges you face in obtaining quality training. So they support programs like this where they financially contribute to defray costs, dramatically lowering the registration fee and enabling you, our front line investigators, analysts and security professionals to attend INLETS training at the lowest possible cost. As a result, InfraGardNCR and the sponsoring partners listed below ensure attendees will hear from subject matter experts on relevant, timely topics in a professional setting at the most affordable cost compared to any training program. INLETS connects you to liaisons in the private sector and the law enforcement, intelligence and defense communities. It also provides you tools and resources to assist you both professionally and personally. We are grateful for their continued support. Please make an opportunity to meet and thank those who have made this week possible.
  8. 8. !8 MONDAY: Opening Ceremonies & General Sessions | 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Presentation of Colors National Anthem Invocation Welcoming Comments San Bernardino Mass Shooting Jarrod Burguan Chief, San Bernardino Police Department Overview of the San Bernardino mass shooting incident of December 2, 2015, including suspect proOiles, investigation, attack timeline and lessons learned. Question and answer session. Break | 3:00 pm - 3:15 pm Buried Alive Roy Hallums In November 2004, American contractor Roy Hallums was kidnapped when gunmen stormed a compound in Baghdad. A month later it was reported that Hallums was alive and the kidnappers were demanding a 12 million dollar ransom. Hallums had been imprisoned in a cement cell built under the farmhouse Oloor, with a breathing tube providing him air. On September 7, 2005, Delta Force operators loaded onto helicopters and Olew to the target farmhouse, swooping down and entering the buildings. Inside, they found that the kidnappers had Oled. Tribute to Heroes Program Reception & Book Signing | 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Joining us for a meet and greet: Roy Hallums, with his personal account: Mark Geist, with his personal account: Buried Alive 13 Hours. the Secret Soldiers of Benghazi Tribute to Heroes Dinner & Program | 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Remembrance of 9/11 ReOlection on Fallen OfOicers Honored Guest: Mark Geist
  10. 10. !10 ABOUT THE MULTI-DAY WORKSHOPS: THE MULTI-DAY WORKSHOPS ARE 4.5 HOURS OF TRAINING PROVIDED OVER THREE DAYS. ALL TOPICS PRESENTED DURING THIS SEMINAR WERE SELECTED BASED ON RESULTS OF EVALUATIONS, REQUESTS, AND SURVEYS. TUESDAY | WEDNESDAY | THURSDAY 1:00PM - 2:30PM Concepts of Custodial Interrogation Ralph Cilento This workshop will present core instructional blocks from the NYPD’s 5 Day, college accredited, Interrogators Course. Questioning, Formats, Elicitation, Rapport Building and Electronically Recording Interrogations are just some of the topics that will be covered in this three day workshop. Excerpts of Interrogation videos will be shown and discussed with the group in order to arrive at some “best practices” and interrogation tactics. This workshop analyzes the pros and cons of the most popular interrogation techniques. ISIS in America: Counterterrorism Strategies for Law Enforcement Brig Barker Red Rock Global Security Group will instruct on the Jihadist Mindset, Pre- Attack Flags and Indicators, and Radical Propaganda. understanding the Jihadist, his mindset/ideology, how to identify indicators prior to action, and how propaganda plays into the motivation and justiOication for attacks Social Media Exploitation Susi Hajeski Learn about the beneOits and challenges of social media for Law Enforcement. Get hands-on experience with searching techniques of social media information to enhance the investigative process. Gain an awareness of the landscape of social media today and learn about other identiOiers which can be obtained with legal process. Learn about the future of social media and the implications for Law Enforcement. Get hands-on experience with innovative solutions to extract information out of social media accounts. Learn about obfuscation techniques and virtual currency which can enhance undercover operations. Attendees will gain hands-on experience working with social media as a resource in a command post environment. The exercise will emphasize how to use social media as a ongoing communication tool for the public and working with others inside and outside a CP. The focus will be leveraging social media as an intelligence source during real-time events.
  11. 11. !11 ... THE MULTI-DAY WORKSHOPS (CON’T.) Stalking and Workplace Violence to Sole-Actor Terrorism: Enhancing Behavioral Threat Management Systems for Identifying, Assessing & Managing Targeted Violence Cari Robins, Supervisory Special Agent FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit Gene Diesinger, PhD Partner, Sigma Threat Management This workshop will present the most recent stalking research, trends and typologies while discussing recent stalking cases. The presentation will discuss investigative, interviewing, and prosecutorial concepts and techniques. Critical incidents, in a variety of settings (schools, campuses, workplaces, houses of worship, etc.) have raised concerns about both the safety of those settings and the communities in which those settings exist. Law enforcement agencies have worked diligently to enhance capabilities to respond to situations involving active, ongoing acts of violence. These behaviors may range from tactics of bullying and intimidation, to stalking and harassment, to acts of violence that devastate a campus, workplace, family, or community. This session will provide participants with a working understanding of issues related to targeted violence, implementing a multi-disciplinary and systematic approach to assessment and management of cases, conducting contextually based assessment of cases, developing integrated intervention and case management strategies, and increasing engagement in the safety and well-being of their community.
  12. 12. !12 In 2014, at the 4th annual Mid-Atlantic INLETS, we added a sponsor table called “Coffee & Conversation.” Manned with a couple of volunteers, it wasn’t Billy Graham and it wasn’t Frasier Crane. It was simply folks who were trained listeners. A casual touch-point for attendees who were looking for a recommendation for a place to eat, to share an idea, or to have a quiet conversation. This year there has been a lot of national media scrutiny of law enforcement and our agenda discusses significant life threatening and life changing moments; for fellow officers and for innocent victims. So, we again have volunteers, who are trained listeners, available for “coffee and conversation.” Why? Dean Scoville wrote in Police Magazine’s Police and PTSD, that “In the wake of a traumatic incident, it is not uncommon for law enforcement officers to be plagued by insomnia, fatigue, loss of appetite, recurring thoughts and nightmares, anxiety, depression, numbness, or fear for their own safety. Worse, inability to maintain intimacy with their loved ones or increased feelings of guilt can lead to severe depression or even suicidal thoughts.” James Genovese, in an article titled Alcoholism Among Law Enforcement Personnel: Its Unique Challenges, writes, “Alcohol abuse… afflicts one-quarter of all police officers in the US. Research has revealed a strong connection between occupational stress and alcohol and drug abuse. Alcohol consumption among police officers is also correlated with officer suicides and domestic violence.” The Badge of Life study of police suicides by Ron Clark and Andy O’Hara reports in 2012 there were 126 police suicides. These victims were approximately 42 years of age and had 16 years on the job. 11% of them were also military veterans. These volunteers are here for you, because you are there for the rest of us.
  13. 13. !13 Tuesday General Sessions: 8:00 am - 10:00 am | 10:15 am -Noon Terrorism in the UK: A New Scotland Yard study of the Past, Present, and Future Dominic Murphy, Detective Superintendent Counter Terrorist Command | New Scotland Yard Detective Superintendent Murphy, SO15 Counter Terrorism Command, New Scotland Yard will use operational examples to explain the way in which terrorist investigations have developed from the earliest days of the threat from Irish related terrorism to the modern day threats from international terrorism. He will explain the future threats and the ways in which Counter Terrorism Policing is preparing to deal with these threats. Major Case Management: High-ProOile Crimes and Homicide Jay King, Detective, Los Angeles Police Department From active shooters and mass casualty events to civil disobedience and assaults on ofOicers, law enforcement agencies nationwide continue to evolve to address the ever increasing, operational demands placed upon them. However, gaining control of the chaos and restoring order is only the beginning. The ability of investigators to identify and capture those responsible, and present an organized, comprehensive work product to prosecutors can be a demanding and often prolonged endeavor. This presentation will provide an overview of a compartmentalized method of case management that is routinely employed by the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD), Robbery-Homicide Division (RHD) to investigate some of the largest and most complex incidents that occur in the City each year. Lunch | Noon to 1:00 pm Workshops - Part 3 | 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm see descriptions on pages 10 & 11 Break | 2:30 pm -2:45 pm Focused Seminars | 2:45 pm - 4:30 pm descriptions below Major Case Management: Sexual Assault Jay King, LAPD, leads a case study that began in the early morning hours of March 27, 2013, where a 10- year-old girl vanished from her home in Northridge, CA. The LAPD deployed over 50 detectives on a 24- hour basis, identiOied the primary suspect, arrested his accomplice, located three crimes scenes and two vehicles, recovered crucial evidence, and followed leads to San Diego where they learned the suspect had crossed over to Mexico shortly after the crime. This presentation will provide an overview of the compartmentalized, case management strategy, which RHD implemented in this case and uses for all major incidents. Technology Resources: Verizon’s Emergency Preparedness / Disaster Recovery Todd Biebel (NJ State Police, retired) represents Verizon Wireless as a Manager of Business Continuity / Disaster Recovery for the northeast and mid west sections of the United States, conducting communications outreach and response initiatives for all levels of emergency response. FBI Resources for LE: the Terrorist Screening Center, ViCAP, and E-Guardian These informational presentations will provide access to resources for real-time investigation assistance. Analysts and Investigators can beneOit from these FBI-led programs. Homegrown Violent Extremism: DIRT This Digital Immersion Response Training (DIRT) module uses virtual reality to provide interactive training to re-enforce the learning points. Seating limited.
  14. 14. !14 It is es'mated that over 80% of our na'on’s cri'cal infrastructure is privately owned. The federal government alone cannot protect all these assets. It requires coordinated ac'on from numerous stakeholders including federal, state, and local government, private sector companies and organiza'ons, federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement, academia, and concerned ci'zens. InfraGard serves as the cri'cal link to connect infrastructure owners and operators with the en''es that strive to protect those assets from a myriad of threats, both naturally occurring and man-made. InfraGard is its own 501(c)(3) non-profit with a very unique rela'onship with the FBI. Started twenty years ago as a means to engage and connect private sector subject maOer experts with FBI special agents and analysts, it has grown to a member-based organiza'on of over 50,000 individuals represen'ng all 16 cri'cal infrastructure sectors and in posi'ons from the “boots on the ground” to the “C-Suite.” Organized by individual member alliances (IMAs or chapters) each of the 84 IMAs is linked to an FBI field office. Through informa'on sharing and exchange, 'mely informa'on and intelligence is delivered, inves'ga'ons are ini'ated and/or enhanced, vital economic and na'onal security assets are protected, and las'ng rela'onships are formed between law enforcement and infrastructure owners/operators. One of the chapters, the InfraGard Na'onal Capital Region Members Alliance (InfraGardNCR), represents more than 2,500 individuals in the metropolitan Washington, DC area. It is through their leadership and fiduciary stewardship that INLETS has grown and con'nues to be independent of government funding. In addi'onal to InfraGardNCR, InfraGard Maryland representa'ves have key roles on the INLETS planning team and add more private sector perspec've to the INLETS programming efforts. Lastly, as INLETS has grown outside the Washington, DC area, InfraGardNCR and the INLETS planning team have coordinated their efforts to ensure the local InfraGard chapter is a vested partner in the training program. Here in Honolulu, the InfraGard Hawaii Members Alliance has joined the Hawaii State Fusion Center and the FBI Honolulu office to mirror the east coast partnership of FBI, fusion center, and InfraGard. This series of training programs, designed to enhance and support the analy'cal and inves'ga've capabili'es of law enforcement and private sector stakeholders, is an example of the successes an effec've public/private partnership can have, ensuring our na'on’s first responders have the tools and training they need to beOer protect our country.
  15. 15. !15 Wednesday The General Sessions | 8:00 am - 10:00 am | 10:15 am - 12:00 pm Detecting Deception Statement Analysis Matthew Bowlin This presentation of Statement Analysis will offer participants an introduction to main concepts of the discipline. These concepts will offer insight to deception, stress, and areas of concern when focusing on one's statement. The Bombing of the USS Cole Kirk Lippold, Commander, US Navy (retired) The USS Cole bombing was a terrorist attack against the United States Navy guided- missile destroyer USS Cole (DDG-67) on 12 October 2000, while it was being refueled in Yemen's Aden harbor. Seventeen American sailors were killed and 39 injured[1] in the deadliest attack against a United States naval vessel since 1987. Lunch | Noon to 1:45 pm Workshops - Part 2 | 12:45 pm - 2:15 pm see descriptions on pages 10 & 11 Enrichment Visit | 2:30 pm - 8:00 pm details below The Enrichment Visit: Pearl Harbor, with special presentation transportation provided At World War II Valor in the PaciOic National Monument, home of the USS Arizona Memorial, we will learn about one of the most pivotal moments in US history: the attack on Pearl Harbor. Renown historian, Daniel Martinez of the US National Park Service, will provide a special discussion on the events leading up to and beyond that fateful day. Guest of attendees invited to attend.
  16. 16. !16 Fusion centers across the country are information sharing centers, jointly created and funded under the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the Office of Justice Programs in the U.S. Department of Justice. The centers are designed to promote information sharing between agencies such as the FBI and Department of Defense as well as state, local, territorial and tribal governments. They provide analysis that supports the efforts of state and local law enforcement agencies to prevent and investigate crime in their local communities and address the most pressing national challenges, such as gangs, border violence, narcotics, homicides and terrorism. The Hawaii State Fusion Center (HSFC) includes federal, state, local, territorial, and private sector partners who are committed to sharing actionable intelligence for the safety and security of Hawaii and the nation. HSFC is structured to empower front-line law enforcement, public safety, fire service, emergency response, public health, critical infrastructure protection, and private sector security personnel to understand local implications of national intelligence, thus enabling local officials to better protect their communities. In addition, the HSFC directly supports territorial partner American Samoa and coordinates with the Guam-based Marianas Regional Fusion Center, the sole Asia-Pacific regional fusion center partner. HSFC is proud to partner with the FBI’s Honolulu office and the InfraGard Hawaii Members Alliance to bring the INLETS program to our first responder and private sector stakeholder community. It is through these partnerships that we, collectively, better protect our communities, our state’s infrastructure and assets, and strengthen our nation as a whole. This training program, designed to enhance and support the analytical and investigative capabilities of law enforcement and private sector stakeholders, is an example of the success effective public/private partnerships can have, ensuring our nation’s first responders have the tools and training they need to better protect our country.
  17. 17. !17 Thursday The General Sessions: 8:00 am - 10:00 am | 10:15 am - 12:00 pm Human TrafOicking Monica Rousey, Victim Assistance Coordinator FBI Honolulu An FBI subject matter expert will share the ways to mange Human TrafOicking cases which can be very complex with fragile victims and survivors. This block of instruction will cover some of the investigative and interviewing techniques in trafOicking investigations. “Boy in the Bunker” Hostage Crisis Mark MacKizer, Supervisory Special Agent FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit On January 29, 2013, a hostage crisis, lasting almost seven days, began in the Wiregrass Region in Midland City, Alabama. Jimmy Lee Dykes, a 65-year-old Vietnam War-era veteran boarded a Dale County school bus, killed the driver, and took a Oive-year-old boy hostage. On the afternoon of February 4, the rescue attempt was made. Lunch | Noon to 1:00 pm Workshops - Part 3 | 1:00 pm - 2:30 pm see descriptions on pages 10 & 11 Break | 2:30 pm -2:45 pm Focused Seminars | 2:45 pm - 4:30 pm descriptions below Human TrafOicking, Investigative Tools, Techniques and Strategies Thomas Stack will share the was to mange Human TrafOicking cases which can be very complex and labor intensive. This block of instruction will cover some of the investigative techniques used in building a successful case. Homegrown Violent Extremism DIRT This Digital Immersion Response Training (DIRT) module uses virtual reality to provide interactive training to re-enforce the learning points. Homegrown Violent Extremism themes will be taught, observed through virtual reality scenarios, and then discussed. Seating limited. The UK Response to Mass Fatality Incidents and the Implications for Victims and Policing A case study using several high proOile overseas and U.K. based terrorist attacks to demonstrate the challenges of body recovery in hostile and safe environments from the start of an attack to the later public enquiry.
  19. 19. !19 It is not the critic who counts; not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles, or where the doer of deeds could have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena, whose face is marred by dust and sweat and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs, who comes short again and again, because there is no effort without error and shortcoming; but who does actually strive to do the deeds; who knows great enthusiasms, the great devotions; who spends himself in a worthy cause; who at the best knows in the end the triumph of high achievement, and who at the worst, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly, so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who neither know victory nor defeat. -Theodore Roosevelt The Man in the Arena
  20. 20. Continuing in 2017, American Military University (AMU) will be hosting 1-hour webinars without cost to help law enforcement officers* stay current on topics covering: • DarkNet Awareness • DarkNet Investigations/Operations • Digital Currency Awareness • Social Media/Apps Part 5 • UAV/Drone Operations for Law Enforcement • UAV/Drone Counter Measures • Social Media Monitoring during Civil Disturbance • Islamic Radicalization • Domestic and International Kidnapping Investigations • Drug Smuggling Tactics and Money Laundering (Digital Currency) Webinar attendees may receive a 5% tuition grant for degree and certificate courses at AMU. TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR SERIES VISIT INPUBLICSAFETY.COM/WEBINAR OR CONTACT INSTRUCTOR JIM DEATER AT JDEATER@APUS.EDU. LAW ENFORCEMENT WEBINAR SERIES 2017CERTIFIED IN-SERVICE TRAINING WITHOUT COST AMU is part of the accredited American Public University System and certified to operate by SCHEV. *The webinars include law enforcement-sensitive information; therefore all registrants will undergo a verification process to ensure they are current law enforcement officers, analysts, or law enforcement support personnel.
  21. 21. !21 Friday The General Sessions | 8:00 am - 10:00 am | 10:15 am - 12:00 pm Blunt Force & Pattern Injuries Tracey Corey, MD Medical Examiner, State of Kentucky | Consultant, FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit This presentation will center on recognition of physical evidence on bodies, with speciOic details regarding differential recognition of patterns seen in homicides, suicides, and natural deaths. Common patterns seen in blunt force injuries, sharp force injuries, and asphyxial deaths will be highlighted. The Boston Marathon Bombing Investigation: A Case Study & Lessons Learned Tim Brown, Supervisory Special Agent FBI Counterterrorism Division On April 15, 2013, two pressure cooker bombs exploded in the vicinity of the Boston Marathon Oinish line. Three people died, including an eight year old boy, and over 260 people were injured. Eighteen people suffered amputations as a result of the blasts. Supervisory Special Agent Brown will provide a detailed timeline of events, beginning with the response to the bombings and concluding with the successful prosecution of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. SSA Brown will speak about the challenges he faced while conducting this complex terrorism investigation, the importance of interagency cooperation, and the lessons learned during the investigation and successful prosecution of the case. Closing Comments | 12:00 Noon CONTACT&US:& 888+820+1401& 703+647+7419&! & Company&Office:& 1800&Diagonal&Road,&Suite&600& Alexandria,&VA&22314& ! Our&Mission& We&provide&training&and&consulting&services& that&enhance&the&safety&and&well+being& of&organizations&and&individuals&around&the&world.& Built&on&a&foundation&of&research&and& honed&by&decades&of&proven&experience,&& our&services&define,&reflect,&and&enhance& the&standards&of&the&profession.& ! Marisa&R.&Randazzo,&Ph.D.&&&Gene&Deisinger,&Ph.D.& Co+Founders&&&Managing&Partners& & ! ! !
  22. 22. !22 WHAT YOU CAN LEARN FROM INLETS American Military University (AMU) is very proud to support the Hawaiian Islands INLETS. The educational sessions and workshops you will attend this week provide a unique opportunity to learn from fellow officers around the nation and the globe. We support this event because we believe the high-quality education offered during INLETS will help better prepare our nation’s law enforcement agencies for responding to terrorism and violent crimes. As a university, we encourage you to take advantage of the many learning opportunities throughout the week. Learning happens in many places outside the classroom too and one of the best ways to learn is through the experience of others. As you listen to presentations by national and international law enforcement officers, consider how these events apply to you and your agency. Ask yourself these questions: • What can you take away from each session to help you and your agency be better prepared? • What lessons have others learned that can be applied to your job? • What mistakes did other agencies make and how can you and your agency avoid making similar ones? • How can you share your INLETS experience and knowledge with colleagues? Terrorism and violent crimes know no boundaries. None of us can predict the next tragedy, but we can be better prepared. Your attendance at this conference is just one more step toward preparedness. AMU thanks you for your tireless work to protect our communities and our nation and we encourage you to never stop learning.
  23. 23. 23 ABOUT THE MARYLAND CENTER FOR SCHOOL SAFETY The Maryland Center for School Safety was created by the General Assembly in 2013 to work with public school and law enforcement stakeholders to ensure a comprehensive and coordinated approach to school safety, including disseminating information on best practices, providing training and technical assistance, and gathering meaningful data on school safety issues to ensure our schools are a safe and supportive environment. Additionally, a Center Governing Board was established to develop an implementation plan to phase in establishment and operation of the Center; provide general oversight and direction to the Center; and approve the annual budget for the Center. The Governor appointed State Superintendent of Schools, Dr. Lillian M. Lowery, as chair. A representative of the local Superintendents of Schools and Maryland Association of Boards of Education are members of the Governing Board. Mr. Edward A. Clarke was hired as the Oirst Executive Director of the Maryland Center for School Safety. He brings thirty-seven years of combined law enforcement and school safety experience to the position. The Center for School Safety is housed at the Maryland Coordination and Analysis Center (MCAC), the State's Fusion Center. Questions or comments as to the Center’s Mission can be addressed to: MR. CLARKE AT EDWARD.CLARKE@MCAC.MARYLAND.GOV OR 301-370-3497 MAKING SURE AMERICATHE BEAUTIFUL REMAINS AMERICA THE FREEAmerica will always be the land of the free. Because it is the home of the brave men and women of our military forces. We thank them – each and every one – for their service and sacrifice. ©"2014"Lockheed"Martin"Corporation""VC377_055"""
  24. 24. !24 PRESENTER BIOS Timothy D. Brown Supervisory Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation Supervisory Special Agent Timothy Brown began his career with the FBI in 2008. After graduating from the FBI Academy, SSA Brown was assigned as a Special Agent to the FBI Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF) in the Boston Division. On April 15, 2013, SSA Brown responded to the Boston Marathon bombings and later that evening he was assigned as a Case Agent for the Boston Marathon bombing investigation (BOSBOM). SSA Brown served as a lead investigator and prosecution team member during the entire course of the BOSBOM investigation and trial of Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. SSA Brown is a recipient of the United States Attorney General’s Award for Exceptional Service and the FBI Director’s Award. SSA Brown is currently assigned to the FBI’s Counterterrorism Division in Washington, D.C. Matt Bowlin Special Agent, U.S. Capitol Police Matthew Bowlin is a U.S. Capitol Police Special Agent assigned to the FBI’s Behavioral Threat Assessment Center (BTAC), Behavioral Analysis Unit II (BAU-2) at the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC), Quantico, Virginia since February 2011. At the NCAVC, he is responsible for providing behaviorally based operational support and training to federal, state, local, tribal and international law enforcement agencies. SA Bowlin’s support primarily encompasses threat assessments, threat management strategies, interview and interrogation strategies, media strategies, and unknown offender proOiles. SA Bowlin began his law enforcement career in 2000 with the Sanford Police Department in Sanford, FL as a patrol ofOicer. During his time there, SA Bowlin experienced many facets of law enforcement due to diverse assignments, including road patrol, Airport Operations, Special Tactical Unit, Investigations, Juvenile Services Unit, and Bomb Squad. As a detailed or full time member of each of these units, SA Bowlin assisted with multiple undercover narcotic and prostitution operations, violent crime investigations, juvenile offender operations, arrest warrant round-ups, and community service outreach efforts. In 2003, SA Bowlin began his career with the U.S. Capitol Police as a uniformed police ofOicer where he worked in the Capitol Division, directly ensuring the protection of the Legislative process, Members of Congress, staff, and visitors. SA Bowlin worked on the Senate Chambers Section and the First Responders Unit, leading to additional training and collateral assignments to an Investigations Division Task Force conducting counterterrorism, counterintelligence, and counter- surveillance operations in Washington D.C. and during special events such as political party national committee conferences and Congressional Delegations. SA Bowlin has a Bachelor of Science degree in Administration of Criminal Justice from Mountain State University.
  25. 25. !25 Hollywood has emulated and imitated the BAU for decades, both the big screen and the silver screen have portrayed agents and the history of the program with flare and fandom. National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime The primary mission of the National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime (NCAVC) is to provide behavioral-based investigative support to law enforcement involved in the investigation of unusual or repetitive violent crimes, threats, terrorism, cyber crimes, public corruption, and other matters. The NCAVC consists of five units: • Behavioral Analysis Unit 1 (counterterrorism, arson and bombing matters) • Behavioral Analysis Unit 2 (threats, cyber crime, and public corruption) • Behavioral Analysis Unit 3 (crimes against children) • Behavioral Analysis Unit 4 (crimes against adults, ViCAP) • Behavioral Analysis Unit 5 (research, strategy, and instruction) The NCAVC provides operational support for a range of cases, such as terrorism; threats of targeted violence; active shooters; cyber crime; public corruption; cases involving child victims such as, abduction or mysterious disappearances, homicides, and victimization; cases involving adult victims, such as, serial, spree, mass, and other murders; serial rape; extortion; kidnapping; product tampering; arson and bombing; and weapons of mass destruction. NCAVC provides the following services: • Crime analysis • Profiles of unknown offenders • Offender motivation analysis • Linkage analysis • Investigative suggestions • Multi-agency coordination • Threat assessment management • Interview strategies • Search warrant affidavit assistance • Prosecution and trial strategies • Expert testimony • Critical incident analysis The NCAVC also conducts extensive research from a law enforcement perspective, often in conjunction with other law enforcement, government, and academic organizations. Results of research are provided in publications, training classes, seminars, and conferences. The FBI’s BAU Program FBI Honolulu Field Office Tia Hoffer Special Agent Primary BAU Coordinator 808-673-2716 FBI Washington Field Office Primary BAU Coordinator Erin L. Sheridan Special Agent 202-278-2000
  26. 26. !26 Jarrod Burguan Chief, San Bernardino Police Department Chief Jarrod Burguan has been with the San Bernardino Police Department since January 1992 and has been serving as the City’s Police Chief since December 2013. Throughout his career and rising through the ranks, he has worked in, supervised, or managed units in every division of the Department. On December 2, 2015, San Bernardino was the site of a mass shooting that was classiOied as a terrorist act. The crime garnered worldwide media interest as it was determined to be the largest terrorist inspired act on United States soil since the attacks of September 11, 2001. 14 people were killed and 22 were wounded. Within hours, members of the San Bernardino Police Department located the attackers and the world watched as local law enforcement engaged the attackers in a gun battle that wounded two ofOicers and killed both suspects. Chief Burguan has been recognized for his leadership in that incident and for his ability to communicate information to the public in the many press conferences associated with the investigation and local response. Ralph Cilento Lt./Commanding OfOicer, Detective Bureau Training Unit, New York City Police Department 
 Ralph Cilento is a Lieutenant with more than twenty-two years of experience in the New York City Police Department. He has patrolled some of the toughest streets in Manhattan and the South Bronx. Lt. Cilento has been assigned to supervise investigations for more than ten years, commanding detectives in the 44th Precinct Robbery Squad, 48th Precinct Detective Squad, Bronx Homicide Squad and Major Case Squad. Lt. Cilento is the NYPD’s project manager and authority on Electronic Recording of Custodial Interrogations, and has overseen implementation of the program throughout the city. He has twice testiOied as an expert witness for the NYPD. Lt. Cilento is a graduate of Pace University. In his current position as Commanding OfOicer of the NYPD’s Detective Bureau Training Unit, he is responsible for developing training for more than 3200 members of the NYPD’s elite Detective Bureau, including the nationally recognized courses: Homicide Investigator’s Course, Special Victim’s Investigator’s Course, and the Detective Bureau Interrogator’s Course. Tracey Corey, MD Chief Medical Examiner of the Commonwealth of Kentucky (ret.) Dr. Tracey Corey is a forensic pathologist, serving as the Chief Medical Examiner of the Commonwealth of Kentucky. She is also Clinical Professor and Division Director of the Division of Forensic Pathology at the University of Louisville, School of Medicine. Dr. Corey has many publications in peer-reviewed forensic journals and has written chapters in medical and forensic textbooks. Many of her scientiOic publications have involved the analysis of injury in children. Dr. Corey is one of four co- editors of the international publication of the Encyclopedia of Forensic and Legal Medicine. She has served on Boards of Directors and many national committees in the Oield of forensics for organizations such as the American Academy of Forensic Sciences and the National Association of Medical Examiners. She is a consultant and Research Advisory Board Member for the Behavioral Analysis Unit of the FBI. Outside of the ofOice, Dr. Corey is the mother of two young men, the daughter of two retired judges, and the wife of a Major within the Louisville Metro Police Department. Her outside interests include horseback riding and competing throughout the Eastern United States in the equine sport known as “eventing,” on her off-the-track thoroughbred horses. Recognized as a national leader in forensic pathology, she has been featured on national news shows including CBS 48 Hours, NBC Dateline, and ABC Good Morning America.
  27. 27. !27 Gene Deisinger, PhD. Managing Partner, SIGMA Threat Management Dr. Gene Deisinger is a Managing Partner and Co-Founder of SIGMA Threat Management Associates, a professional services Oirm involving internationally recognized experts in psychology and behavior, law, organizational development, security, and law enforcement. Upon his retirement in November 2014, Dr. Deisinger also served as Deputy Chief of Police & Director of Threat Management Services for Virginia Tech. As executive ofOicer for the Virginia Tech Police Department, Major Deisinger provided leadership for law enforcement operations to support a safe and secure campus environment. While still with Virginia Tech, Dr. Deisinger served as a subject matter expert and provided primary training for the National Campus Threat Assessment Training Initiative for Institutions of Higher Education, a program offered from 2009 to 2011 through the US Department of Justice. From 2009 to 2012, Dr. Deisinger was appointed as a Fellow of the US Department of Education’s Higher Education Center for Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Violence Prevention. In 2009, speciOically, following the tragedy at Fort hood, Dr. Deisinger also was requested to assist the US Army in enhancing force protection and threat management capabilities. He subsequently served as a subject matter expert for the Defense Science Board, providing testimony to enhance understanding of targeted violence and application of threat management methodologies in military settings. Since 2012, he has also served as a subject matter expert for the US Department of Justice and Homeland Security in their efforts to prevent violent mass casualty incidents. Before accepting his position at Virginia Tech in 2009, Dr. Deisinger was a founding member of the Iowa State University Critical Incident Response Team. Susi Hajeski Senior Computer Scientist, Federal Bureau of Investigation Susi Hajeski, a 20 year veteran of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, is the Senior Computer Scientist for the Baltimore Field OfOice. She is an integral component of the Baltimore Cyber Task Force, coordinating cyber investigations with Law Enforcement and Intelligence Community partners, and leads a team of highly technical individuals from various government agencies in support of this Task Force. Over the past 6 months, Ms. Hajeski and her team have performed critical analysis of digital evidence in a major National Security investigation. The Department of Justice has repeatedly requested Ms. Hajeski to testify as a subject matter expert in computers and Computer Science. In addition to her work developing complex technical solutions to further FBI investigations in Maryland and Delaware, she applies her expertise to FBI Cyber Division projects which develop innovative technical solutions in support of all FBI investigations. Ms. Hajeski received her bachelor's degree in Computer Science from the University of Illinois. Jay King Detective, Los Angeles Police Department Jay King joined the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) in August 1993 and has spent the majority of the past 17- years investigating sex crimes and homicides. He was accepted into Robbery-Homicide Division (RHD) in March of 2008 where he participated in a number of high proOile investigations including the murder of off-duty Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputy Juan Escalante, the hunt for the "Grim Sleeper" serial killer, the murder of Sherri Rasmussen by former LAPD Detective Stephanie Lazarus, the assault on Bryan Stow at Dodger Stadium, the "New Years” arson series, the Christopher Dorner multi-agency task force, and the murder of Transportation Security Administration (TSA) Agent Gerardo Hernandez at Los Angeles Airport (LAX) Terminal 3. After a brief tour at Major Crimes Division (MCD), Jay returned to the RHD Homicide Special Section as a Detective III in March 2015. He also teaches at the California Commission on Peace OfOicer Standards and Training (POST) Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation (ICI) Gang Investigations Course and at the LAPD Homicide Course.
  28. 28. !28 Kirk Lippold, Commander, US Navy (retired) Before serving as Commanding OfOicer of USS Cole from 1999 to 2001, Kirk Lippold was Executive ofOicer on USS Shiloh (CG-67). He also served as the Operations ofOicer on the commissioning crew of USS Arleigh Burke (DDG-51), the lead ship of the same destroyer class as the USS Cole. He was division ofOicer aboard USS Yorktown (CG-48) and USS Fairfax County (LST-1193). Following his departure from the USS Cole, he received a series of desk positions at the Pentagon.[5] Working in the War on Terrorism Division of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Directorate for Strategic Plans and Policy, Lippold "was instrumental" in the creation of detainee policy in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 attacks. Lippold's Oinal U.S. Navy assignment was to the OfOice of the Chief of Naval Operations in the International Strategy Division.[4] He retired as a Commander in May 2007 at the age of 47 during a ceremony at the United States Navy Memorial in Washington, D.C. Commander Lippold is a graduate of the US Naval Academy. Mark MacKizer Supervisory Special Agent, Federal Bureau of Investigation Mark L. MacKizer is a Supervisory Special Agent (SSA) with the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit 3 (BAU 3), which is responsible for providing behaviorally-based operational support and training to law enforcement agencies involved in the investigation of child abductions, mysterious disappearances of children, child homicide and child sexual victimization. In addition, SSA MacKizer contributes to BAU 3’s quantitative research of crimes involving child victimization in an effort to enhance operational support for law enforcement. SSA MacKizer’s prior assignments within the FBI have included Evidence Response Team member, Crisis Management coordinator, Violent Gang Safe Streets Task Force coordinator and team leader for the FBI’s Southeast Region Child Abduction Rapid Deployment Team. SSA MacKizer has over 30 years law enforcement experience, including 26 years as an FBI Special Agent, four years as Special Investigator with the New York State Attorney General’s OfOice and two years as a police ofOicer with the Monroe County, NY Sheriff’s OfOice. SSA MacKizer has a Master of Science degree in Criminal Justice with a minor in Psychology from the State University of New York College at Buffalo. Established by the Department of Justice in 1985, the Violent C r i m i n a l A p p r e h e n s i o n Program (ViCAP) serves as the national repository for violent crimes; speciOically homicides, sexual assaults, missing persons, and unidentiOied human remains. Comprehensive case information submitted to ViCAP is maintained in the national database and automatically compared to all other cases in the database to identify similarities. Individual case submissions are analyzed by crime analysts through the application of analytical skills, education, specialized training, and research. The primary mission of the ViCAP is to provide criminal investigative and analytical support to federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. This support includes the collection and examination of case information, multi-agency coordination, and the creation of analytical products. One of the cornerstones of the program is the continued development and maintenance of ViCAP Web, the nationwide investigative database of homicides, sexual assaults, missing persons, and unidentiOied human remains. ViCAP Web collects information regarding the following types of crimes, whether or not the offender has been arrested or identiOied: ● Homicides (and attempts), especially those that involve an abductions are apparently random, motiveless, or sexually oriented, or are known or suspected to be part of a series. ● Sexual Assaults, especially those committed by a stranger, or those known or suspected to be part of a series. ● Missing Persons where the circumstances indicate a strong possibility of foul play and the victim is still missing. ● UnidentiOied Human Remains where the manner of death is known or suspected to be homicide.
  29. 29. !29 Violent Criminal Apprehension Program
 The Highway Serial Killings Initiative If there is such a thing as an ideal profession for a serial killer, it may well be as a long-haul truck driver. FBI Crime Analyst Christie Palazzolo is quick to point out that long-haul trucking is an honorable profession and that the overwhelming majority of drivers are not murderers—but it does happen, and the pattern is unmistakable. More than a decade ago, analysts for the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP)— the only national database of serial crimes—began to see a marked increase in the number of bodies recovered along the side of the road. A majority of the victims were truck-stop prostitutes, and it turned out that many of the suspects were long-haul truckers. “We had an inordinate number of victims and offenders from this rather specific population pool,” Palazzolo explained. To make matters worse, these cases are extremely difficult to investigate. A long-haul driver can pick up a prostitute at a truck stop in Georgia, rape and murder her, and dump her body on the side of the road in Florida later that day. The victim has no connection to the area where she was found, and there may be no forensic evidence to collect because the crime was committed hundreds of miles away. The local police detectives investigating the case might have little experience dealing with a crime of this nature and may be faced with few, if any, leads. Since the Highway Serial Killings Initiative began in 2004, ViCAP analysts have compiled a list of more than 750 murder victims found along or near U.S. highways, as well as nearly 450 potential suspects.
  30. 30. 30 The Office for Victim Assistance (OVA) is to ensure that v i c t i m s o f c r i m e s investigated by the FBI are afforded the opportunity to receive notification and services as required by F e d e r a l l a w a n d t h e A t t o r n e y G e n e r a l Guidelines on Victim and Witness Assistance. The FBI is committed to ensuring that victims are notified of the rights to which they are entitled and the assistance to help them cope with the impact of crime. Victim Specialists work in FBI Field Offices around the country providing assistance to those who have suffered physical, emotional and/or financial harm as a result of a Federal crime. The OVA is also comprised of: Terrorism and Special Jurisdiction Victim Assistance Unit; Child Pornography Victim Assistance Program; Child/Adolescent Forensic Interviewing Program; Victim Assistance Program Specialist Staff; Victim Notification System Coordinator; and, Victim Assistance Rapid Deployment Teams. The OVA is directly responsible for several special programs:  • The Terrorism and Special Jurisdictions program provides emergency assistance to injured victims and families of victims murdered in terrorist attacks within the U.S. and outside the country and serves as a permanent point-of- contact for terrorism victims within the FBI. • The Child Pornography Victim Assistance program coordinates assistance and notification services for child victims of pornography and their guardians. • The Forensic Child Interviewing Program ensures that investigative interviews of child victims and witnesses of federal crimes are tailored to the child's stage of development and minimize any additional trauma to the child. FBI child interview specialists directly assist with some interviews and provide detailed training to special agents and other law enforcement personnel on child interviewing. • The Field Office Victim Assistance Program places victim specialists in FBI field offices across the country to personally assist victims of federal crimes investigated by the division or field office where they work. • The Victim Notification System—available in both English and Spanish—is an automated system that provides victims with information about their cases. Dominic Murphy Detective Chief Inspector, Head of Digital and Forensic Investigations SO15 Counter Terrorism Command, New Scotland Yard Detective Chief Inspector Dominic Murphy is a serving Metropolitan Police OfOicer with twenty-two years of service. For the Oirst Oive years of his service, DCI Murphy worked in a variety of frontline uniformed policing roles. Becoming a detective in 1998, he spent periods working in proactive drugs and serious crime investigations in a busy city force. DCI Murphy spent the next three years working in homicide investigation and covert human source handling. In 2003, DCI Murphy moved to Special Branch, working primarily in intelligence gathering against international terrorism. In 2005, he joined the Anti-Terrorist Branch at New Scotland Yard, later to become the Counter Terrorism Command. Having joined as a Constable, DCI Murphy has performed detective roles as Sergeant, Inspector, and now as Chief Inspector. His current portfolio includes 170 officers and staff delivering Forensic/Scene Management, Digital Media Examination, CCTV, and the UK Police National Bomb Data Centre. During his time at New Scotland Yard, DCI Murphy has been involved in responding to a number of UK terrorist attacks, from the 7/7 Bombings, to the recent beach attack in Tunisia, where thirty UK citizens lost their lives. DCI Murphy is experienced in working with international partners, having deployed to a number of countries including Sudan, Yemen, Saudi Arabia, Beirut and Australia in support of international CT investigations. DCI Murphy led elements of the international body recovery response to the In Amenas gas facility attack in Algeria in 2013, working closely with the FBI team deployed in-country. DCI Murphy has lectured internationally on the UK's system for Bomb Scene Management, body recovery, and counter terrorist forensic and digital investigations.
  31. 31. !31 Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal The FBI’s Law Enforcement Enterprise Portal (LEEP) is a gateway providing law enforcement agencies, intelligence groups, and criminal justice entities access to beneficial resources. These resources will strengthen case development for investigators, enhance information sharing between agencies, and be accessible in one centralized location. Along with these great resources being located in one centralized location, authorized users will be able to gain access by logging in using a single sign-on process—using one username and one password for many different resources and services within the LEEP. Here are a few examples of the services on the LEEP: ▪ Virtual Command Center/Special Interest Group (VCC/SIG) ▪ National Data Exchange (N-DEx) ▪ Intelink ▪ Regional Information Sharing Systems Network (RISSNET) ▪ National Gang Intelligence Center ▪ Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) ▪ Malware Investigator ▪ eGuardian ▪ Law Enforcement Officers Killed and Assaulted (LEOKA) ▪ Repository for Individuals of Special Concern (RISC) For more information on the LEEP or to find out how to become a Service Provider (an agency that provides a service/resource to the LEEP) or Identity Provider (an agency that partners with the LEEP, which give their users easier access to the LEEP resources), please contact the FBI Support Center, available 24/7 to answer any questions. FBI Support Center contact information: (888) 334-4536, toll-free domestic calls (225) 334-4536, international calls 711, Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) Christie Palazzolo, Crime Analyst FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit Christie Palazzolo joined the FBI’s Violent Criminal Apprehension Program (ViCAP) as a Crime Analyst in 2010. She has worked numerous homicide cases (including serial murder investigations) as well as sexual assault, missing persons, and unidentiOied remains cases. She currently manages all ViCAP analytical responsibilities for the states of Alaska, California, and Hawaii. Prior to this assignment, she worked as a police ofOicer in the Intelligence and Liaison OfOice at FBI Headquarters. In 2007, she received her Master’s in Criminology from the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, PA. In 2010, she completed a second Master’s in Strategic Intelligence from the National Defense Intelligence College at the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA) in Washington, DC.
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  33. 33. !33 FBI BAU-3: CRIMES AGAINST CHILDREN It is the mission of the FBI’s Violent Crimes Against Children program to provide a quick and effective response to all incidents of crimes against children. The first few hours after a child is abducted are critical, and that is why we established Child Abduction Rapid Deployment (CARD) Teams in October 2005. CARD Teams are designed to deploy teams of experienced personnel to provide on-the-ground investigative, technical, and resource assistance to state and local law enforcement. CARD Teams consist of Violent Crimes Against Children investigators who have in-depth experience in child abduction cases. The nationwide CARD Team consists of more than 60 members, with five teams serving each region of the country. The teams work closely with FBI Behavioral Analysis Unit representatives, National Center for the Analysis of Violent Crime coordinators, and Child Exploitation Task Force members. In addition to their unique expertise, CARD Teams are capable of quickly establishing an on-site command post to centralize investigative efforts and operations. Other assets they bring to the table include a new mapping tool to identify and locate registered sex offenders in the area, national and international lead coverage, and the Child Abduction Response Plan to guide investigative efforts. CARD Teams are primarily involved in non-family child abductions, ransom child abductions, and mysterious disappearances of children. They work with state and local law enforcement to protect and save the lives of innocent children. Resources: ▪ Investigating Child Abductions ▪ More on Non-Family Child Abductions ▪ Contact the FBI Field Office nearest you FIND THE PDF ON LINE John E. Reid & Associates is a proud partner of On The INLETS: Violent Crimes & Terrorism Trends. As a member of the Reid Preferred Group of Associations, an attendee of the Annual Seminar is eligible for a discount to the Reid Technique of Interviewing & Interrogation Seminars. For more information and the special On The INLETS discount code, please see Bruce Lohr during the seminar.
  34. 34. !34 On the INLETS: the planning team Each annual seminar requires a 12-month planning cycle with the seminar occurring in month ten. The planning team invests about 3,000 hours from the initial meeting in September, where we review the suggested topics by you, the attendees, to when the Oinal Thank You letters are sent in August to those who helped make the event possible. And while each person contributes to the collective design elements of the program, they are speciOically responsible for the below roles: James Deater American Military University Partner Liaison & Resources On-Site Logistics Carolynn Grammas InfraGard Maryland Members Alliance Administrative Director Business Continuity Darren Heater DMH Video Productions On-Site Production Team, Lead Producer Creativity and Design Concepts Ed Kelley Executive Pastor, Bay Area Community Church INLETS Chaplain Coffee & Conversation Lead Elizabeth Kudirka InfraGard Maryland Members Alliance Logistics Coordinator Social Media and Web content Bruce Lohr InfraGard Maryland Members Alliance Education Coordinator Above & Beyond Award Team Co-Producer: Tribute to Heroes program Veronica Rittie FBI Baltimore Intern Print Editor On-Site logistics Steve Shepherd FBI Baltimore, Special Agent INLETS Program Manager Content and Design Master of Ceremonies Erin Sheridan FBI Washington Field OfRice, Special Agent Program Content and Design BAU Case Consultation Coordinator Kara Sidener FBI Washington Field OfRice, Special Agent Program Content and Design InfraGardNCR liaison to INLETS RC Smith InfraGard Maryland Members Alliance Benefactor Coordinator Above & Beyond Award Committee Co-Producer: Tribute to Heroes program Kristina Tanasichuk President, InfraGard National Capital Region Members Alliance Business Advisor and Fiduciary John Vogt Corporal, Natural Resource Police, Maryland Coordination & Analysis Center Enrichment Visit Coordinator On-Site Logistics
  35. 35. 35 JUNE 18-22, 2018 | THE DOUBLETREE ANNAPOLIS The 8th Annual Mid-Atlantic INLETS: Violent Crimes & Terrorism Trends SEE YOU NEXT YEAR ON THE INLETS ...FOR ANOTHER EXPLOSIVE WEEK!
  36. 36. CYBERWARFAREHASANEW FIRSTLINEOFDEFENSE. LEARN FROM THE LEADER. We want you to make an informed decision about the university that’s right for you. For more about the graduation rate and median debt of students who completed each program, as well as other important information—visit PUBLICSAFETYATAMU.COM/INLETS B.S., CYBERSECURITY M.S., CYBERSECURITY STUDIES