Conference Agenda

 

Day 2: October 18, 2017

Morning Session: Workshops
Room A Room B Room C Room D Room E
0800-0900
Voyager Analytics: Mobile Analytics Moeed Siddiqui, CJX:
Ransomware:
Joseph Reoubanga, Texas DPS
Human Trafficking in Texas
AZAG: Follow the Money LAB (prior registration required)
0905-1005
Unlikely Heroes: Human Trafficking in Texas Brian Sanders, USSS: Dealing with local businesses that have been hacked Chief Wayne Baker: Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Drones) in Law Enforcement AZAG: Follow the Money LAB (prior registration required) Popick & Harrington: HUMINT & CIs: Developing and running sources
Coffee Break (1010-1025)
1030-1130
Advancing your Law Enforcement Career with a CJ Degree from Tarleton State University Greg Mitchell, Walmart – DFW Organized Retail Crime Trends Chris DeLeon, Dallas Police Department: Child Exploitation Investigations: ICAC COPS AZAG: Follow the Money LAB (prior registration required) Popick & Harrington: HUMINT & CIs: Developing and running sources
LUNCH KEYNOTE:
Dep. Inspector Roberto Rios, NYPD Intel Bureau, Criminal Intelligence Section:

From CIs to Operations: Case Studies and Lessons from the NYPD’s Intelligence Bureau
(1140-1300)Lunch will be catered by Taqueria Ocampo, Midlothian
Panel Discussion
Finding That Person when all you have is an email or a phone number

Will Roberts, Ben Singleton, Nick Selby, Joe Trevino (1310-1410)
Panel Discussion – Media Relations Survival Guide:
Establishing Relationships With The Press Before Serious Incidents Occur

Nick Selby (Moderator), Bob Gilmartin (Dateline NBC); Monica Cordova (City of Dallas), Kevin Johnson (Midlothian PD), Gary Bunyard (SST) (1415-1515)
Coffee Break – 1520-1535)
Keynote:
NYPD Director of Information Security Yosef Lehrman

Defending Police Networks Against Cyber Attacks (1540-1640)
COCKTAIL RECEPTION (1700-1830)
Please join us for beer, wine, and networking, sponsored byvoyager_analytics-logoWith a special Unmanned Aircraft Systems demonstration:
Drones in Active Shooter Events (Note: Media will be present at this event)
Chief Wayne Baker

Day 3: October 19, 2017

Morning Session: Workshops
0800-0900
Room A Room B Room C Room D Room E
Gary Spurger, HSCO – Standing up a High Tech Crime Unit Cancelled due to family illness Michael Hillman Domestic Violent Extremism & Texas Law Enforcement Cancelled due to family illness Erica Greve, Unlikely Heroes: Human Trafficking: hunting, recognition, & case building
0905-1005
Gary Spurger, HSCO – Standing up a High Tech Crime Unit Chief Aaron Ausmus, DWG DPS: Tactical Medic Program: Embedding Tactical Medicine in High-Risk Operations Chief Wayne Baker: Unmanned Aircraft Systems (Drones) in Law Enforcement Officer Casey Sanders, Euless:
(HEB) High Risk Persons protocol
USSS, Brian Sanders: Electronic Crimes, Skimmers, fraud
Coffee Break (1010-1025)
1030-1130
Gary Spurger, HSCO – Standing up a High Tech Crime Unit Nick Selby Securing Open Source Intelligence Workflow Niki Anderson Left of Boom: Counter-terror Ops and Pre-Attack Indicators Officer Sanders, Euless: Mental Health Program Intelligence Edward Fishman – Introduction to Bomb Squad Response
LUNCH KEYNOTE:
Lt. Dan Colasanto, Garland, PD SWAT
Cartoons of Muhammad Terror Attack
(1140-1300)
Keynote: Clint Bruce (USN/Trident/Carry The Load):
Tribe and Team
(1315-1415)
Closing Remarks
Carl Smith (1420-1445)

Completed sessions:

Day 1 (17 October)

Registration and Coffee 0700-0800
Bring your law enforcement credentials and a printout of your conference registration to avoid delay
Det. Nick Selby, Midlothian Police Department
Welcome; opening remarks; logistics (0800-0815)
Chief Carl D. Smith, Midlothian Police Department
Welcome (0815-0845)
Keynote:
Sheriff Bill Waybourn:

Ad Hoc & Not: Sharing Strategies(0845-0945)
Coffee Break – 0950-1005)
Keynote: Kevin Branzetti:
ISIS Tactics – Kids, Drones, Vehicles and Bombs
(1010-1105)
Keynote: Michael E Hillman, Dallas FBI
Domestic Violent Extremists & Texas Law Enforcement
(1110-1205)
Lunch Keynote:
Deputy Chief Bill Humphrey (Dallas Police Department)
July 7, 2016: The Attack On Dallas PD
(1210-1315) Lunch will be catered by Harris Bar-B-Que, Waxahachie. Supplies are strictly limited.
Afternoon Session: Workshops
Room A Room B Room C Room D Room E
1320-1420
The Importance of Using Facial Recognition to Generate Leads in Cyber Crimes and Terrorism Investigations. Vigilant Solutions Dr. Chris Copeland, Tarleton State U: Computer TOR Workshop/Lab – Hands-on lab for investigators (registration required) Kevin Branzetti, DANY:
Standing up Law Enforcement Intelligence Operations
Cecilia Anastos, Meta:
The basics of Open Source Intelligence Investigations
Officer Francisco Artes:
“Cyber IR: What digital evidence is in this crime scene, and how do I not screw it up?”
1425-1530
Captain Steven W. Carter: Combatting Gun Violence: The Denver Experience –
SST, ShotSpotter
Dr. Chris Copeland, Tarleton State U: Computer TOR Workshop/Lab – Hands-on lab for investigators (registration required) Kevin Branzetti, DANY
Standing up Law Enforcement Intelligence Operations
Cecilia Anastos, Meta: The basics of Open Source Intelligence Investigations Officer Francisco Artes:
TOR, VPNs, & The Dark Web : An Overview for Investigators
Coffee Break (1535-1550)
1555-1700
Mapping the Human Domain through Pattern of Life Analysis – Digital Outcomes Dr. Chris Copeland, Tarleton State U: Computer TOR Workshop/Lab – Hands-on lab for investigators (registration required) Michael Hillman Domestic Violent Extremism & Texas Law Enforcement Panel Discussion: GOOG, FB, AT&T, etc: subpoena tips & tricks; Branzetti (DANY), Selby (MPD), Trevino (HCPD) Officer Francisco Artes: Investigations on the Internet of Things