8th Annual CSI Program, November 15th & 16th (2013)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Friday, Nov. 15th 6:00-9:00pm & Saturday, Nov. 16th 8:45am-5:00pm
The 8th Annual CSI Program will be held at the Lowell campus (Denver, CO), courtesy of the Department of Criminology, Regis University.
This annual event, planned by faculty and staff will showcase presentations, demonstrations and resources from discipline experts and experienced practitioners in the fields of criminology and crime scene investigations, as well as inspirational stories from survivors themselves. This program is a unique and educational opportunity available to professionals, students and interested citizens . . . for FREE!!
This year's central themes focus on “high profile incidents” and “healing of public safety and emergency medical personnel.”
Registration is strongly encouraged. Walk-ins and additional guests are welcome as long as space is available. Portions of this year's event will be available to an online audience. Friday's keynote presentation from 6-9pm and Saturday's final symposium from 3:30-5pm will be live-streamed. The final symposium will also be interactive, allowing the online audience to participate in the discussion. Register for the ONLINE ONLY session to receive more information about how to participate online.
Friday, November 15th
At 5:30 PM, the doors to the Mountain View room will open for seating. Light hors d'oeuvres will be served in the Claver Hall atrium prior to the keynote presentation.
6:00 PM: KEYNOTE PRESENTATION** - FBI's Fight Against Violent Crime in Denver: Case Studies from the Inside
FBI Special Agent, Jonny Grusing, will recap major cases that have taken place in the Denver area. During his presentation, you'll:
- Learn about the FBI's Behavioral Analysis Unit and how these top profilers helped solve some of Denver's most challenging crimes;
- Review the details of a carefully planned homicide in the most secure prison in the nation--the "Supermax" in Florence, CO--and the resulting prosecution of Dominic Stewart;
- Gain insight on how the FBI took down the Hollywood military-style Bandit Bank Robbers after a year-long investigation.
Saturday, November 16th
Saturday contains two sessions in the morning, beginning at 8:45am and 10:30am with multiple forums each session. Attendees can attend one forum from each morning session.
At 12:00pm, Officers from the Denver Police Department K-9 Unit will introduce their canine partner through an exciting demonstration attendees might only see on T.V. The demonstration will take place on the Lowell campus Quad, in front of the Student Center.
Immediately following the K-9 demonstration, an all-you-can-eat brunch featuring fresh, local foods will be available in the Student Center for $9.25 (plus tax). The Claver Hall Cafe will have select items for sale, and there are also many great restaurants located near the campus (44th, 38th, and 32nd & Lowell).
The afternoon will contain two sessions of moderated symposia. Attendees can register for one of two symposia taking place at 1:30pm (Symposium A & B), as well as the larger final symposium** at 3:30pm for a total of two sessions in the afternoon.
This massive vehicle, referred to as THOR, is an 80ft long, mobile communications/command center that is over 20ft wide and just under 19ft tall when staged. In addition to being self-contained with power and lighting, THOR contains new and emerging technologies that can keep emergency communications intact throughout crisis situations, employing a multi-disciplinary approach for a fully sustained and redundant solution. THOR will be stationed in Upper Parking Lot 4 throughout Friday evening and most of the day on Saturday. Brief tours will be given throughout the day on Saturday as space is available.
CSI T-shirts will be available for sale on Friday night and Saturday!
CSI T-shirts will be available in white or red with black ink, displaying the captivating sketch graphic above enlarged on the backside and reduced in size on the front side. The cost per shirt is $20. A portion of proceeds will go towards the Thin Blue Line Scholarship Fund for Regis Criminology students. Sizes range from S-3XL. Quantities are limited. Cash only.
*By attending the CSI program, your student application fee will be waived when you apply to any College for Professional Studies program. Mention your attendance to your Enrollment Counselor.
If you are not already on the Criminology Event distribution list and are interested in being added, please contact Melissa Piper (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
No, however, the content of this event may be very graphic in nature and is intended for mature audiences only. Attendee discretion is advised.
What can/can't I bring to the event?
Only service animals are allowed. Videotaping and pictures are highly discouraged. Please contact event organizer for additional information regarding Personal Expression Release Form.
Will food be available during the event?
An all-you-can-eat brunch featuring fresh, local foods will be available in the Student Center for $9.25 (plus tax). The Claver Hall Cafe will have select items for sale. You are welcome to bring your own items, and there are also many great restaurants located near the campus (44th, 38th, and 32nd & Lowell).
Can I update my registration information?
Yes, you can update your registration information up until the day of the event.
What does ** mean next to the session listing?
Sessions indicated with a double asterisk will be live-streamed to an online audience. In accordance with FERPA, Regis University students should take note of this when choosing to register for these sessions.
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
No, it is not required.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
Yes, it is okay if the registration name doesn’t match the name of the attendee. In this case, the attendee should sign in if they wish to be contacted about future events in the Criminology Department.
Can I get a certificate of attendance?
Yes, you may request a certificate of attendance following the program by emailing email@example.com. Please provide the name of each session you are requesting a certificate for and a full name as you would like it to appear on the certificate.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
Please contact the Criminology Administrative Assistant at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Department of Criminology, College for Professional Studies, Regis University
At Regis University, we offer Criminology degrees at both the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Learn more about the advantages of earning your degree in Criminology by calling 877-820-0581 to speak to an Enrollment Counselor or visit http://criminology.regis.edu/.
Although registration for Saturday has ended, there is still plenty of opportunity to attend tomorrow's sessions starting at 8:45am.
THOR will be available for tours too - and you don't want to miss the unique opportunity to get up close and personal with this beast!