TRAINING DATE AND TOPICS
NoCo Chapter Registration & Dinner Training Session
Topic – Elder Theft
Tuesday, August 13th 2019 5:30 P.M. – 8:00 P.M.
Board meeting to follow 8:00 P.M. to 8:45 P.M.
Longs Peak Conference Room
Medical Center of the Rockies
2500 Rocky Mountain Ave, Loveland, CO 80538
Directions – Enter the front of the medical center facing West. Conference room will be located down the stairs and to the left and will be held in the “Longs Peak” room across from the cafeteria.
PREVIOUS TRAINING MEETINGS
Topic – The Words Have It
This course provides the new or experienced investigator with insight into how specific words are used in statements and ways the investigator can analyze the words in assessing the veracity of the statement. By the end of the course the student will have tangible skills to help assess veracity and glean motivations from the subject’s words. A valuable tool in an investigator’s arsenal of investigative techniques.
This course is normally offered in a four or eight-hour block depending on the level of depth desired by the student. Both courses are designed to give the student or experienced investigator a working knowledge and practical skills they can apply to their daily work.
For the Rocky Mountain Association of Special Investigation Units, Joe will present a 1 hour and 45 minute overview of the training with some case studies and examples of this technique in use. As this is a highly condensed version of the actual training class the members can expect to go away with an overall sense of the concept, practical applications for their investigations and the ability to contact Joe if they are interested in a full length course for their companies or for private consultation on specific individual cases.
We will be available following the presentation to answer questions or provide additional information on the class and our other services.
Members and Non-Members Receive 2 CPE Credits.
Joe DeAngelo, Criminal Investigator
Weld County District Attorney
Joe DeAngelo, a 28-year law enforcement professional who currently works as a criminal investigator for the Weld County District Attorney’s Office. Previous to DeAngelo’s current assignment he worked as a criminal investigator for the Colorado Attorney General’s Office and as chief investigator for the 14th Judicial District Attorney’s Office (NW Colorado). Mr. DeAngelo specialized in public corruption, child sex abuse investigations and crimes against the elderly and disabled. Mr. DeAngelo has two master’s degrees and a graduate certificate in Human Development (forensic psychology research emphasis), Criminal psychology, and Child sex offender behavioral characteristics. He is currently working towards a masters degree in criminal justice.
Mr. DeAngelo has also been an adjunct professor at Regis University where he instructed numerous graduate level courses related to criminal/forensic psychology along with scores of presentations at local, state and national conferences related to all manner and variety of training topics within the field of criminal investigations.
The course entitled: The Words Have It, is not only applicable to almost any field of investigations, it is a highly entertaining block of training that can be used in nearly all aspects of life. The course is presented in either half or full-day blocks. He has presented to numerous investigative groups including:
Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment
Colorado Homicide Investigators Association
Colorado State Adult Protective Services
Denver Department of Human Services
Colorado Parks and Wildlife Officers
Regis University Graduate Students
Rocky Mountain Association of Special Investigation, along with several others.
Topic – Digital Forensics for the Fraud Professional
In your career, have you ever been faced with the loss of electronically stored information; ESI? The statistics are familiar: 93% of new corporate data is electronic and 70% will never be printed. The implications are enough to make even the most hardened discovery veteran shudder. However, this is only part of the story. Truly important data – perhaps the smoking gun that makes or saves a case – may exist entirely outside this large volume of active data.
This class will teach you the basics of computer forensics as they relate to electronically stored information (“ESI”) along with the ethical considerations you, as a fraud examination professional, may have when dealing with electronically stored information. It is crucially important that all CFE’s keep up with this rapidly changing landscape. Are you ready?
Members and Non-Members Receive 2 CPE Credits.
Robert Kelso, Chief Executive Officer
EnCE, CHFI, ACE, and AME
Melinda Redenius, Chief Business Officer, Forensic Analyst
Visit the Forensic Pursuit website, http://www.forensicpursuit.com