The California Gang Investigators Association, ATF, FBI, and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will present the 22nd Annual Gang Violence Conference from July 9th – 12th., 2013, at the Anaheim Marriott Hotel. Click here to see the schedule of classes.
The Opening Act is Rudy Moreno, the “Latin King of Comedy.” Classes include: “Social Media – Mastering the Matrix;” Domestic Terrorism and the Black Liberation Front; Telephone Toll Analysis; Officer Involved Shootings; Data-Mining, Cell Phone Investigations & Identities; and Geographic Profiling.
The Conference offers classes for peace officers, public officials, and educators working in gang enforcement and gang prevention. Tracks include an executive track for elected officials, a community track for directors of community-based programs, and a law enforcement track for public safety personnel.
Conference registration fee is $295 per person for members and $320 for nonmembers. This includes an annual CGIA membership fee for law enforcement professionals, conference materials, handouts and a certificate of completion. CGIA accepts payments in US funds by check, money order, agency purchase order, or credit card: Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover. Checks and purchase orders should be made payable to CGIA. Registrations received after JUNE 25, 2013, will be assessed a $25 late fee without prior approval of CGIA. For billing questions, contact Angie Serratt at 714-457-6554. Lunch is included for attendees on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. Walk-ins are discouraged and cannot be guaranteed admission or conference materials.
To learn more about the programming, visit the California Gang Investigators Association at www.cgiaonline.org.