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  • The International Homicide Investigators 18th Annual Training Symposium, DC

    The International Homicide Investigators Association (IHIA), in conjunction with Federal Bureau of Investigation would like to officially invite you to attend the 18th Annual IHIA Training Symposium.

    This Symposium is designed to provide educational training to federal, state, local, and international investigators, supervisors, police chiefs, sheriffs, crime analysts, forensic scientists, prosecutors, coroners, medical examiners, and other professionals involved in violent crime and death investigations. This training includes the latest techniques and methodologies in solving crimes against persons.

    Hyatt Regency Washington DC on Capitol Hill
    400 New Jersey Avenue, NW
    Washington DC 20001

    Registration Fee
    $495 Members before July 8
    $550 Members after July 8
    $575 Non-members

    Registration includes one free banquet ticket. Additional tickets may be purchased for guests.

    Conference Reservations and Questions
    IHIA Corporate Office
    10711 Spotsylvania Ave.
    Fredericksburg, VA 22408

    540-898-7898 • 877-843-4442

    Presentations Partial Listing...

    -Bahamas Child Serial Murders
    Ellison Greenslade, Commissioner of Police, Royal Bahamas Police Force, Nassau, Bahamas
    Investigation into a violent deviate that stalked young school boys and viciously murdered at least five as a wave of terror gripped the islands of paradise.

    -Rape Escalating to Homicide
    Roy Hazelwood, Supervisory Special Agent FBI (ret), Vice President, The Academy Group, Inc.

    Most rapists do not commit murder, but some do and when that happens, questions arise. Why did he escalate? Were there warning signs that he might increase in violence? Is there a particular type of rapist for which escalation is a very real possibility? What strategies can be employed to identify and apprehend the responsible offender? This presentation will utilize case histories to address these and other questions having investigative significance for the homicide officer.

    -Safeguarding Against Unconventional Weapons
    Dr. Vahid Majidi, Assistant Director, Weapons of Mass Destruction Directorate-FBI.

    A critical and challenging component of national security is to detect and disrupt the acquisition or use of WMD. Preparedness for these events and our ability to respond to WMD incidents present a distinct dilemma in that chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) materials/events are unique in character, response requirements, and potential consequences. Significant expertise is required to effectively support the FBI’s responsibility and to create an organizational structure that ensures a systematic, coordinated, and effective national approach to preventing and responding to the threat of WMD.

    Special Events Planned for Attendees

    Tuesday- Private Tour of the U.S. Capitol Building
    Friday Evening - U.S. Marine Corps Sunset Parade
    Originally posted by SSD
    It has long been the tradition on this forum and as well as professionally not to second guess or Monday morning QB the officer's who were actually on-scene and had to make the decision. That being said, I don't think that your discussion will go very far on this board.
    Originally posted by Iowa #1603
    And now you are arguing about not arguing..................

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