Saturday: Track 2

 
7 am - 8:30 am
Breakfast

TALI

Breakfast

Fortify yourself with breakfast before diving into this second intense day of the conference.

8 am - 9:30 am
Business Meeting

TALI

Business Meeting

Business and Election Results

9:30 am - 10 am

Vendor Break

10 am - 11 am
Skip-Tracing

Alex Price

Skip-Tracing

TALI invites its members to a “New Skip-Tracing Class” by Alex “SkipGuru” Price Director of Training & Development at LocateSmarter. Alex is a nationally recognized expert on the art of Skip-Tracing, Cyber-Tracking and Human Behavior. This extensive course takes you inside the controlled chaos of the mind of the SkipGuru. This is a unique look at how to locate “skips” using modern tools, effective communication skills, and the methodologies of breaking down the types of skips into categories. As you will learn, categorizing skips is critical to your success and speed of tracking the “skip” to his/her current location. You will explore invaluable lessons including:

 

“Communication Through Human Behavior”

What is blink rate

Understanding what is behind the mask

Life cycle of a lie

What is Essential Information and Where to Find It

Social Networking Techniques

Human Behavior Meets LPR

What all humans have in common

Q&A

11 am - 12 pm
How to Track the Truth with Cell Phones

Feliciano (Chano) Acevedo

How to Track the Truth with Cell Phones

The one hour presentation is going to be about Cell Phone Forensics and Tracking.  Do’s and don'ts about tracking cell phones and how the software works and tracks cell phones.

12 pm - 1 pm
Lunch & Presentation of the "Hudgins-Sallee" and “Investigator of the Year” awards

TALI

Lunch & Presentation of the "Hudgins-Sallee" and “Investigator of the Year” awards

Join us for lunch and learn who the outstanding professionals in TALI are for the 2021-2022 season!

1 pm - 2 pm
Financial Crime 101

Dave Amis

Financial Crime 101

This presentation is an introduction to financial crimes for non-experts.  It will cover (briefly) the three primary financial documents, six serial financial predator methods, how financial crime investigations differ from other investigations, and what to do if you get a call on a financial crimes case.

A case study of a real financial crime case will give the trainees a chance to practice their new skills.

2 pm - 2:30

Vendor Break

2:30 pm - 4:30 pm
Using Open Records and Research to Boost Your Investigation

Michelle Mondo

Using Open Records and Research to Boost Your Investigation

Knowing how to utilize open records can provide new avenues of investigation, whether the case involves civil or criminal courts, business, oil and mineral rights, skip tracing or political opposition. In this two-hour presentation, you’ll learn the basics of both state and federal open record laws, with examples, the process for open records, common exemptions to the law, tips and tricks, and the records you never knew you needed. We will also cover retention schedules, the state and national archives and university special collections.