- Date: February 19-20, 2020
- Time: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Place: Carmel Police Department
- Address: 3 Civic Square, Carmel, IN 46032
SALE ENDS 01/19/2020
Retired Special Agent Kathy Guider FBI
Kathy is a former Special Agent and Supervisory Special Agent of the FBI. For more than 23 years, she served in the Indianapolis Division where she conducted drug, terrorism and white collar crime investigations. Guider is a Certified Police Instructor. She teaches courses in many areas including Interview and Interrogation, Instructor Development, Hate Crimes, Insider Threat and Statement Analysis locally, nationally and abroad.
Tawnee Hinton is a Senior Intelligence Analyst for Veracity IIR. In addition, she is an Intelligence Analyst with the United States Department of the Navy-Reserve, currently working for the Office of Naval Intelligence. Recently deployed abroad, Hinton was the lead senior analyst on several high profile missions. Specializing in political and military intelligence in Asia and Africa, Hinton provided daily intelligence updates and briefs to senior military officials directly impacting the US African Command mission. Additional past employment includes working as an Intelligence Analyst for several government contractors and working for the National Air and Space Intelligence Center in Dayton, Ohio, the Federal Bureau of Investigation in Indianapolis, Indiana, and at Wright State Applied Research Center in Dayton, Ohio.
Course student limit: Class size is limited to 30 participants.
Pre-requisites: NoneNumber of People Attending: 15
15 seats available
Each participant will receive 16 continuing education credit hours.
Learn how to effectively and efficiently use various search engines, social media platforms, the dark web, and much more, to enhance and further your investigations. This two-day interactive course taught by former FBI and US Military Intelligence Analysts will focus on developing basic analytical research processes and procedures to identify and capture Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) in support of investigations. Participants will learn basic intelligence principles and research documentation skills, combined with practical exercises that use open source tools and techniques to identify and capture publicly available information, which can aid in a variety of investigations.
SALE ENDS 01/19/2020