San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
2014 CSIA Trainng Conference
Speakers and Course Summaries
Lt. Jim Glennon
The third generation in a family of law enforcement officers, Jim began his 30-year career with the Lombard, IL Police Department in 1980. Holding positions from patrol officer to Lieutenant, he was selected as the first Commander of Investigations for the newly formed DuPage County Major Crimes Task Force in 1998.
Lt. Glennon has a BA in Psychology, a Master’s Degree in Police Management and is a graduate of the prestigious Staff and Command College at Northwestern University where he was elected class president, won the prestigious Franklin M. Kreml Leadership Award and upon graduation immediately joined the staff as an adjunct instructor.
Teaching various courses for both law enforcement and private industry, Jim specializes in three primary fields: Communication (Communication in Investigations, “Arresting Communication,” “The Warrior’s Edge,” etc.), Leadership (“Finding the Leader in You”) and Officer and Investigator Safety (The Calibre Press Street Survival Seminar).
Lt. Glennon is a featured writer for both Law Officer Magazine and lawofficer.com. He won the acclaimed “MAGGIE” Award for Columnist of the Year and is the author of the award-winning book, Arresting Communication.
In 2012, Jim’s company, Lifeline Training acquired Calibre Press & the Street Survival Seminar. He is the first law enforcement officer to own the company in its 30-year history.
See lifelinetraining.comfor more, including Jim’s recent Time Magazine interview.
Jim will present a CSIA-customized, interactive and highly entertaining one-day course focused on investigations, to include sections on “communication and body language pertaining to interview and interrogation”, leadership issues (adapted from his highly popular “Finding the Leader in You” course), and officer/investigator safety.
Ms. Stuart is an Investigator in the State of Arizona with twenty years of experience specializing in the areas of Financial, Opens Source Investigations (OSINT), Corporate Investigations, and Intelligence/Counter Intelligence. She started her investigative career as an Economic Fraud Investigator.
Ms. Stuart is an Adjunct Professor with the University of Virginia and an Instructor at Quantico for multi-county training programs. She provides seminars on her specialized investigative techniques in Open Source Investigations (OSINT). Over the past years she has provided presentations, and private training, to both Federal and State levels of Law Enforcement Agencies and Military Intelligence throughout the United States including attendees of Department of Homeland Security, US Marshals, FBI, DOJ, Border Patrol, Indian Tribal Nations and local law enforcement agencies through the country.
Additionally, she has presented classes for RSIC, ARA, Allied Finance Adjusters, Insurance Special Investigative Units and numerous financial and state associations. Moreover, she has written and published several articles pertaining to her investigative methods in various investigative publications and journals and is a featured author with her own column concerning Internet Profiling and Opens Source Investigations titled, “Internet FYI” in PI Magazine, a widely distributed trade publication of the private investigations industry.
Ms. Stuart has received the following prestigious awards:
- Top 25 Most Influential Collection Professionals of 2011
- 2012 Speaker of The Year – National Association of Investigative Specialists
This class will outline cellular platform security issues in addition to online personal security risks. Additionally it will provide step-by-step in-depth researching techniques utilizing online and open-source databases located on the web. It will cover techniques in locating ‘hidden’ information on a subject’s web presence from public records, criminal records and social-networking profiles as well as show open sources available for geo locating tweets and Instagram photos right after they have been posted. The class will further demonstrate how to utilize the internet as an effective investigative research tool (by manipulating search criteria) in locating and creating an entire profile on an individual, gang intelligence, security/counter intelligence or corporate intelligence.
When & Where
Det. Lt. M.C. Williams
Colorado State Investigators’ Association was formed in 1992. Prior to that, a handful of state investigators, federal agents and local police and sheriffs’ investigators met informally to develop an information sharing and network. As they grew concerned with the lack of training available at a reasonable cost, especially with the legislative demise of the Colorado Law Enforcement Training Academy (CLETA), the idea for a more formal entity to facilitate that training grew.
In April 1992, the group drafted a constitution and its first set of bylaws and formally incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation called the Colorado State Investigators’ Association, Inc. (CSIA).
The purpose of the CSIA, as outlined in its constitution and bylaws, is:
- To establish and maintain a closer association between all investigators and investigative units of Colorado state government and local law enforcement agencies.
- To provide more effective communication between such offices.
- To develop ways and means of improving investigative techniques.
- To provide quality, low cost training for personnel in such units and in local law enforcement agencies.