Calendar of events

April 8, 2021 WEBINAR

This presentation will review extensive literature regarding natural disasters and the increase in family violence often reported in the wake of these events. We will discuss specific disasters around the globe and explore similarities in household characteristics between what is reported after...


April 14, 2021 WEBINAR

Hemp is legal federally. Marijuana is not. Marijuana is legal in some states, but only if it is grown there and under certain quantities. This session will discuss the actual difference between hemp and marijuana and how you can presumptively test for the difference when there is a question....


April 15, 2021 WEBINAR

Can you accurately read a situation and understand what’s really happening? Can you pick up on the emotional undercurrents that could be charging the environment?

Decisions and the decision-making process can be influenced by our emotions. Understanding how our emotions can influence our...


April 20, 2021 WEBINAR

When schools and law enforcement receive information about a student(s) engaging in threatening or other concerning behavior, they should thoroughly evaluate and corroborate that information and then develop a plan for managing any potential risks. ...


April 28, 2021 WEBINAR

For modern prosecutors, still photographs of a crime scene no longer cut it. That’s why a growing number of law enforcement agencies are using laser scanners and 3D imaging technology for crime-scene capture. The result is a unique, multi-angled perspective that is proving persuasive to...


April 29, 2021 WEBINAR

When should you charge?  Is it Simple or Gross Neglect?  When does it rise to Cruelty?  Do you know?  Are you letting them slide when you should be charging them?  This presentation will examine how to make the call.  We will have interactive slides and interactive participation with a...


May 5, 2021 WEBINAR

A need clearly exists for the corrections and healthcare communities to share healthcare data. A challenge many corrections officials face concerns providing adequate healthcare to inmates. This challenge is exacerbated by difficulties in collecting health-related information from inmates and...


May 6, 2021 WEBINAR

The need for Community Building has become increasingly complex.  Motivational Conversation is a method where building relationships through the use of well-placed questions will lead to better relationships with the public.

The necessity for good relationships between the criminal...


May 12, 2021 WEBINAR

Manual investigations can be time-consuming for law enforcement personnel. Join Skopenow to discover best practices in uncovering fraudulent product listings and seller accounts. Learn how to seamlessly expand your investigation and discover locations, phone numbers, email addresses, and other...


May 12, 2021 WEBINAR

According to the U.S. Secret Service, in the vast majority of mass casualty attacks in schools at least one other person had knowledge of the attacker’s plan. Anonymous reporting systems have been shown to be effective in identifying potential targeted school...