2016 Pacific Northwest IAI 52 Annual Educational

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2016 Pacific Northwest IAI 52 Annual Educational
2016 Pacific Northwest IAI
nd
52 Annual Educational
Conference
June 7-10, 2016
Tulalip Resort & Casino
Tulalip, WA
Registration fees (see registration form in this packet)
Full week:
Members $300
Non-members $400
Students $150
Single day:
Members $125
Non-members $165
Students $62.50
Scholarship opportunities
Scholarships may be available for those needing financial assistance to attend the conference. See the division
website for details. The deadline to apply is March 20.
Location and directions
The Tulalip Resort and Casino is located just north of
Marysville, Washington, approximately 30 miles north of
Seattle.
 From either north or south on I-5, take exit 200 and
head west on 88th Street NE.
 Turn right at 34th Avenue NE and Quil Ceda
Boulevard to the hotel.
Room rates
Room rates for the conference are $149 per night plus tax.
For reservations please call 360-716-7162 or 1-800-7167162 and state that you are with the PNWD-IAI. Conference
attendees can also stay the weekend before and/or after
the conference for a special rate of $179. Reservations
must be made by May 15 to receive the group rate.
Certification testing
If you are awaiting approval for certification testing in your field
and wish to take the test at the conference, check the appropriate box on the registration form and return it by March
31 so that we can arrange for a proctor for your test. Testing is scheduled for Thursday, June 9. If you are unsure if your
application will be approved before the conference, please check with your certification committee.
2016 PNWD-IAI Conference Agenda
(Schedule subject to change)
Tuesday, June 7
General Session (8:00-5:00)
Opening ceremonies
Christopher Monfort Murder Trial – Jeff Baird and John Castleton
Brady Issues – Dan Clark
Snohomish County Property Crimes Task Force – James Maples
Travis Alexander Homicide (Jodi Arias defendant) – Heather Conner
President’s Social (6:00-8:00)
Wednesday and Thursday, June 8/9—Workshops
(Workshops are organized into four tracks, but participants may choose to attend any workshop.)
Latent Print Track:
Wed Challenging Substrate and Matrix Processing Techniques – Lynne Dean and Mark Roberts
Approaches to Conflict Resolution in Latent Print Identification – Heather Conner
Paradigm Shift: Changing Philosophies – Michele Triplett
Vacuum Metal Deposition – Scott Verbonus and Brian Orr
Thur Lighting for Latent Print Photography – Jesus Valenzuela and Chris Mobley
Specifying the Strength of Conclusions without Mathematical Models – Michele Triplett
Latent Print Photography Workshop – Jesus Valenzuela and Chris Mobley
Tenprint/Biometric Track:
Wed Tenprint Testimony Workshop – Rachel Peterson
Tenprint Topics Roundtable – Alan Christensen
Regional AFIS, Livescan and Mobile ID Technology – Judy Cordova
Traumatic Stress – Kim Anderson and Tim Wear
Identifying the Dead from the Oso Landslide – Jane Jorgenson
Thur Certification testing – offered for those seeking IAI Tenprint Certification
Facial Recognition Globally and Locally – Steve Johnson
Advanced Crime Scene Track:
Wed Crime Scene Management: From Large to Small – Brian Stampfl
Crime Scene Certification Q&A – Don Ledbetter
(Ab)Using HemoSpat for Shooting Incident Reconstruction – Andy Maloney
Forensic Evidence from Less Lethal Weapons – Rick Wyant
TASER Evidence Workshop – Rick Wyant
Burial Recovery Lecture – Lisa Haakenstad and Melissa Whipple
Thur HemoSpat Automated Bloodstain Pattern Analysis – Andy Maloney
Explosive Detection K9s in Crime Scene Search – Craig Williams and Cheryl Bishop
Burial Recovery Field Exercise – Lisa Haakenstad and Melissa Whipple
Basic Forensics Track:
Wed Trace Evidence Workshop – David Northrop
DNA Collection Workshop – Mariah Low
Basic Latent Print Processing Workshop – Scott Verbonus
Basic Crime Scene Photography – Kris Kern
Thur Documenting and Collecting Firearms at Crime Scenes – Brian Smelser
Identifying Firearms and ATF's eTrace System – Instructor TBA
IBIS / NIBIN – Jennifer Tardiff and Levi DesRosiers
Thursday, Jun 9
General Business Meeting (4:00-5:00)
Election of officers and discussion/voting on important matters. All members are encouraged to attend.
Banquet (6:00-8:00)
Friday, June 10
General Session (8:00-12:00)
Keynote Presentation:
Forensic Science and Wrongful Convictions: Lessons Learned from DNA
Exonerations
Jacqueline McMurtrie, Innocence Project NW
Validation of Two Fluorescent Cyanoacrylates – Theresa Wood
OSAC and Legislative Update – Steve Johnson (IAI Past President)
Board of Directors Meeting – for continuing and incoming Board members
Lecture/workshop summaries and speaker biographies are forthcoming. Please check our web site for
updates: www.pnwdiai.org.
PACIFIC NORTHWEST DIVISION
INTERNATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR IDENTIFICATION
FULL REGISTRATION
2016 EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE, JUNE 7-10, TULALIP, WA
Full registration Includes Tuesday– Friday attendance including workshops, all lunches, President’s Social,
and Banquet Dinner.
REGISTRATION:
MEMBER
NON-MEMBER
☐ $300.00
☐ $400.00
☐ Beef
BANQUET CHOICE:
FULL-TIME STUDENT & BOD
☐ $150.00
☐ Chicken
☐ Special Requirements
ADDITIONAL TICKETS
DAILY REGISTRATION
SPECIAL MEAL REQUIREMENTS:
Daily registration includes workshops and lunch for one day.
PER FULL DAY:
MEMBERS ………… $125.00
NON-MEMBERS … $165.00
Lunch is provided Tuesday – Thursday.
STUDENTS ………… $ 62.50
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☐WED
☐THUR
☐FRI
Total Cost: $
Full registration already includes 1 ticket for each event. Daily registration already includes lunch for that day.
Quantity
Cost
President’s Social (Tuesday) …… $45.00
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Banquet ………………………………… $65.00
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Lunch ……………………………………. $45.00
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Attendee:
Agency:
Address:
City:
Phone:
Email:
Total Cost:
State:
Fax:
Zip Code:
☐ [PAY ONLINE] at pnwdiai.org (Paypal) ☐ [AGENCY PAY] $
☐ [PAY BY CREDIT CARD] Name on Card:
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☐ [PAY BY CHECK] (Make payable to: PNWD-IAI)
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CCV:
Mail completed registration form and payment to:
For registration help and questions, please contact Megan Anderson:
Billing Zip:
Megan Anderson, Conference Registrar
3302 Crater Lane, Newberg OR 97132
Email: [email protected]
Cell: (503) 453-3782
Fax: (503) 588-6129
TUESDAY GENERAL SESSION
Opening Ceremonies, Hosted by Tulalip Tribal Police Department
Christopher Monfort Murder Trial – Baird/Castleton
Brady Issues – Clark
North Snohomish County Property Crimes Task Force – Maples
Travis Alexander Homicide (Jodi Arias) - Conner
WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY BREAKOUT SESSIONS
Lunch provided on workshop days
NOTE: Workshops are filled on a first-come, first-serve basis, so register early!
Breakout sessions will follow in four tracks: Advanced Crime Scene, Basic Forensics, Biometrics
(including Tenprint), and Latent Prints. Participants may choose to attend any workshops, and room
assignments will be available at the conference.
SELECT BREAKOUT SESSIONS – Wednesday, June 8
8:00 – 9:50 a.m.
10:10-11:00 a.m.
10:10-12:00 p.m.
11:00-12:00 p.m.
1:00-2:50 p.m.
3:10-5:00 p.m.
3:10-4:00 p.m.
4:15-5:15 p.m.
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Challenging Substrate & Matrix Processing Techniques Dean/Roberts
Tenprint Testimony Workshop
Peterson
Crime Scene Management, Large to Small
Stampfl
Trace Evidence Collection
Northrop
Tenprint Topics
Christensen
Crime Scene Certification Q&A
Ledbetter
Approaches to Conflict Resolution
Conner
DNA Collection
Low
Mobile ID
Cordova
(Ab)Using HemoSpat for Shooting Reconstruction
Maloney
Paradigm Shift in Latent Prints
Triplett
Traumatic Stress
Anderson/Wear
Forensic Evidence from Less Lethal
Wyant
Basic Latent Print Processing Workshop
Hanna
Vacuum Metal Deposition
Verbonus/Orr
Identifying Deceased in Oso Mudslide
Jorgenson
Crime Scene Photography Overview
Kern
Taser Evidence
Wyant
Burial Recovery Lecture
Haakenstad
SELECT BREAKOUT SESSIONS – Thursday, June 9
8:00 – 9:50 a.m.
8:00 – 12:00 p.m.
8:00 – 3:30 p.m.
10:00-12:00 p.m.
1:00-3:00 p.m.
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Lighting for Latent Print Photography
Valenzuela/Mobley
Documenting and Collecting Firearms
Smelser
HemoSpat Automated Bloodstain Pattern Analysis
Maloney
Burial Recovery Field Exercise
Haakenstad
Specfifying Strength of Latent Print Conclusions
Triplett
Identifying Firearms & ATF’s eTrace
Pine
Latent Print Photography
Valenzuela/Mobley
Facial Recognition Globally and Locally
Johnson
Explosive Detection K9s at Crime Scenes
Williams/Bishop
IBIS/NIBIN
Tardiff
THURSDAY CERTIFICATION TESTING
If you would like to test for a discipline other than those listed below, please note which
discipline so arrangements for a proctor can be made in advance.
Tenprint Certification 7:30 – 12:30………….………….. ☐
Latent Print Certification 8:00 – 5:00…………..………...☐
Crime Scene Certification 8:00 – 2:00……………..……..☐
FRIDAY GENERAL SESSION
Keynote Presentation:
Forensic Science and Wrongful Convictions:
Lessons Learned from DNA Exonerations
Innocence Project NW
Fluorescent Cyanoacrylate Validation – Wood
OSAC Updates - Johnson
*Presentations and workshops are subject to change – If this occurs, you will be notified.

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