Violent Crimes & Terrorism Trends
Case studies from across the county and across the ocean provide valuable lessons from tragic events with heroic actions, dogged pursuit, servant leadership, and recognizing the need for emotional wellness.
The Week’s Program
Presenters from the City of Angels to the Big Apple, from Las Vegas to Connecticut and our international partners from the French National Police and New Scotland Yard join subject matter experts providing the relevant topics and emerging trends facing today’s investigators and analysts
These presentations are each two hours and delivered from the main stage and for all attendees
Lessons from the Battlefield
Afghanistan – In the Battle of Sperwan Ghar, Green Beret’s faced overwhelming numbers of Taliban fighters in a battle lasting over a week. Devastating injuries and the recovery process led to lessons on leadership and life.
Attacks in the UK
London, England: New Scotland Yard shares the case studies of terrorist attacks and assassination attempts.
Paris, France: The French National Police share the case studies on the attacks on the City of Lights including the Charlie Hebdo mass casualty event and the Bastille Day vehicle attack.
Las Vegas, NV: The Las Vegas Metro Police Department shares the case study of the open air attack on.
Golden State Serial Killer cold case study
Los Angeles, CA: FBI Los Angeles takes us through a cold case of burglary, rapes, and homicides from the ’70’s and ’80’s. Solved with today’s technology.
Sandy Hook case study
Newtown, CT: The Connecticut State Police shares the case study and the impact of the tragedy on this town.
Homicide Investigation Overview
NY, NY: – A look at the fundamentals of working a homicide investigation, from the NYPD’s lead instructor on the topic.
Jihadists & HVE Investigations
San Diego, CA: A leading subject matter experts discusses the current and emerging threats from across the globe and on the home front.
Like a miniseries, these topics are offer 1.5 hour blocks, totaling 4.5 hours over three days
Considerations on Genealogy
Los Angeles, CA: A look at the today’s technology used to solve cold cases.
Designing a Behavioral Assessment Team
Quantico, VA: Key considerations to developing a threat assessment program and developing a productive assessment team.
Counterterrorism Strategies in a Changing World
San Diego, CA: Thwarting ISIS, Al Qa’ida, and HVEs in the Local Jurisdiction: This block, taught by an operational subject matter expert, will cover the Evolution of Terrorism, the Ideology and Mindset of Jihadists, Flags/Indicators of Radicalization, Counter-Jihadist Interviewing Techniques, and Departmental Strategies for Countering Jihadist activities in the local jurisdiction.
Assessing Threatening Communications
Aquia, VA: Often times offenders communicate their intentions using social media and written communication. This block, taught by a renowned, former FBI BAU profiler, will focus on techniques used to assess the level of threat before a potential attack.
These blocks of instruction are specific topics and offer a deeper look at the subject matter.
Charles Dorner, LAPD targeted killings
Los Angeles, CA: A look back by the LAPD’s Robbery-Homicide Division at the police killings and manhunt.
Annapolis, MD: Homegrown Violent Extremism: DIRT. The 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.
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The Enrichment Visit
On Wednesday, June 24 we will head to Ft. McHenry National Park in Baltimore, the birthplace of our National Anthem.
There, a US Park Ranger will lead the group form a video presentation and guided tour of the Star Fort providing all the details about that historic September in 1812, concluding with the folding of the Old Glory flag.
Following will be a visit by the Bam Bam – Mission: BBQ’s deuce and a half – and their staff will provide dinner on the lawn on the Patapsco River . A chance to visit history and take in the view of Baltimore’s skyline on the banks of the Patapsco River at the mouth of the Inner Harbor.
Guests of attendees welcome. Transportation is provided.
Accommodations are available at our host hotel offerings a special On The INLETS rate. Free parking and downtown shuttle service, and walking distance to To make your reservations, please CLICK HERE