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March 18 - 19, 2014

'Technology at the Water's Edge'
203 South Front St.
New Bern, North Carolina


Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International©

There will be a Contamination, Decontamination and cross-contamination workshop included in the New Bern Conference. This workshop is also CE approved.

http://www.examiner.com/article/seminar-technology-at-the-water-s-edge-1

Event Website: http://csidti.org
Event Email: csidt1@gmail.com

March 18 - March 20, 2014

CSIDT Processing; Procedures; Protocols and Precautions
203 South Front St.
New Bern, NC 28563


Crime Scene Investigator Diver
Technologists International© Processing; Procedures; Protocols and Precautions.

Case Reviews
Technology at the Water's Edge
March 18th and 19th 2014
New Bern Riverfront Convention Center
203 South Front St., New Bern, NC 28563
252-637-9400

Mack S. House Jr. 828-380-9955
Conference fee: $235.00 US
Special Hotel Rates apply for those attending the conference.

Key course benefits:
The Importance of each topic, regarding Underwater Forensics and Crime Scene Investigation processing, cannot be overstated. Each topic is covered thoroughly and completely using actual case reviews, which will provide a clearer understanding of each topic.
Each attendee is provided with a comprehensive study guide, which allows him or her to follow along during each topic.

Who should attend: Crime Scene Investigators, Law Enforcement Professionals, Registered nurses, Forensic Nurses, EMS Professionals and other healthcare professionals interested in learning more about the evaluation, documentation and pathology of the submerged victim.

All participants will receive:
1. Training Manual and related materials
2. Case reviews Documentation example forms,
3. Power Point text overview.
4. A new copy of: "Underwater Forensics Research Commercial Scientific Diving- Medical Legal"
5. Lunch ~ both days

Proprietary and copyright laws apply.

Purpose: Provide Law Enforcement, healthcare providers, Fire Department and EMS personnel, with the latest advancements in procedures, protocols, job hazards and documentation processes recommended/required in processing the submerged victim during Crime Scene Investigation. Broaden the knowledge base of each attendee, presenting the information using actual case studies as examples. Attendees will participate in the discussions by submitting written answers regarding specific questions related to each individual case study.

Speaker: Mack S. House Jr. CSIDT- International

Mack S. House Jr.: Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist ~ International (www.csidti.org), Published Author: Internationally Reputed US Expert, in Underwater Forensics Crime Scene Investigation. *South Carolina, Criminal Justice Academy Standards Unit, Institutional Provider #522*. Author; "Underwater Forensics Research, Commercial Scientific Diving, and Scheduled Publications for 2014: "The Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist International-Training Program"."CSIDT International Diver Log Book." "CSIDT International Diver Manual". Inventor: CSIDT International Weapons and Body Containment Devices. Active Member: International Crime Scene Investigators Association (www.icsia.org) and Forensic Experts Incorporated (www.feinc.net). Member of the International Association of Coroners and Medical Examiners; Featured in: "Tru-TV" and "The C.S.I. Effect" by Katherine Ramsland. Experience includes- Autopsy assistant, Tissue Recovery Technician FDA, Certified Anesthesia Technician ASATT, U.S. Navy - Diver 4 years. ACLS Certification, CPR Instructor, North Carolina Law Enforcement Officer- CSI, Deputy Sheriff, Crew Chief North Carolina Emergency Medical Technician, and Soul Designer ASME Certified - 2 staffed Submarine. Master Diver-PADI-NASDS.

Accreditation:

** Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International. 15 CEU

** NC Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commissions Law Enforcement Officer Certificate Program, either at the intermediate or advanced level. 13.75 CEU

** Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services. 15 CEU
** Massachusetts Municipal Police Training Standards Committee, for Continuing Education Units/points for Law Enforcement Officers. Daniel Zivkovich, Executive Director 13.75 CEU
** South Carolina Continuing Law Enforcement Education (CLEE) hours. 13.75
** Approved by the State of Georgia for Continued Education Points. 13.75 CEU
** NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS 13.75 CEU

** New York State: The Division of Criminal Justice Services is not authorized to certify training provided by private entities in New York State. Additionally, NYS law does not require police officers to complete in-service training or continuing education credits in order to maintain their positions. This does not preclude CSIDT International from providing training to agencies and officers in NYS nor is it intended, in any way, to diminish the quality or value of training provided. Certificate of Completion and Hours will be placed in Officer Training File. 13.75 CEU

** Board of Nursing- Application in process

** Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist International is accepted in the United Kingdom and Honduras.

Learning Objectives, using individual case reviews:

1. Describe best practices based in science and innovations that may contribute to their own professional practice, Safe Diving Practices and Safe Diving Operations.
2. Discriminate the role of the CSI and CSIDT in changing Investigative procedures and protocols as it relates to the interdisciplinary team and excellence in Forensic Science
3. Identify the leadership requisites from Recreational Diver to Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist that transform the practice environment's quality and momentum in achieving positive and a Safe investigation outcome.
4. Evaluate strategies that maximize the potential of the Diver Technologists practices, related to Professional and Ethical Standards.
5. Identify the leadership requisites from beginning of the investigative process, to conclusion, that transform the practice environment's quality.
6. Understanding the importance of Solving both theoretical and practical problems, associated with underwater crime scene investigations and forensic science.

Note: Power Point presentations contain graphic images for clarification purposes.

Agenda

Schedule and Course Content - Day 1

* 8:00 AM Registration ~ Snacks and beverages throughout the day
* 8:30 AM The Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist and the
Land Based Crime Scene Investigator
The CSI Effect ~, Rules of Evidence, The Jury
* 9:30 AM Break
* 9:45 AM Case 071705013
Confidentiality Should HIPAA be included?
Documentation, Evidence, Chain of Custody and Professional Ethics
Photographic and Recorded Documentation - Technically focused and
devoid of artifact. part 1
* 12:00 PM Lunch
1:00 PM Photographic and Recorded Documentation - part 2
* 1:30 PM Case 249106674
Precipitating Events ~ First Responders- Fire Dept. & EMS. Technology
at the Water's Edge, Pre-Contamination and de-contamination protocols.
Biological Hazards and Blood Borne Pathogens
* 2:15 PM Break
* 2:30 PM Exothermic and Diver Life Support System Configuration
* 3:15 PM Break
* 3:30 PM Case 198407432239
Why is evidence excluded?
* 4:00 PM Adjournment

Schedule and Course Content - Day 2

* 8:00 AM Registration Snacks and beverages throughout the day
* 8:30 AM Racial, Religious, Gender and Cultural Considerations
* 9:00 AM Case 13172384
Pharmacological ~ Ingested, Injected, Absorbed or Inhaled
* 10:15 AM Break
* 10:30 AM Case 97899325
Stages of Decomposition and Environmental Considerations Nysten's
Law, Cadaveric Spasm; Rx ~~ Metronidazole
* 12:00 PM Lunch
* 1:00 PM Case 4747199803
Containment of the Victim and Evidence, Variables in the body cooling
Rate, Medication and Post Mortem Wounding
* 2:00 PM Break
* 2:15 PM Surfacing the Victim
* 2:30 PM Case 11061211UK
~The question of Sensual Deprivation
Critical Incident, PTSD and Suicide in Law Enforcement
Law enforcement must learn to inoculate personnel against PTSD
Long Term Side Effects associated with the CSI.
* 3:45 PM Open Forum
* 4:30 PM Award Certificates and Adjournment

ALL programs must be attended in their entirety in order to receive a certificate of completion.

Questions? Please contact us 828-380-9955 or csidt1@gmail.com.

Disclosures to Participants:
* The planners and presenter(s)/author(s) of this course have declared no real or perceived conflicts of interest that relate to this educational activity.
* Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International guarantees the content of these educational activities are free from bias.
* Accredited status does not imply endorsement by any commercial products displayed in conjunction with this activity.
* No commercial support has influenced the planning of the educational objectives or the content of this activity.
* There is no endorsement of any product by the provider or CSIDTI International, associated with this activity.
* It is expected that no presentation will relate to products governed by the Food and Drug Administration. But, during the course of this activity, if there is discussion related to such products, FDA-approved and non-approved uses will be disclosed to participants.
* CSIDT-I activities do not include any unannounced information about off-label use of a product for a purpose other than that for which is approved.
* Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International is in no way, associated with any other diver training organizations or groups, either recreational or public safety.

The Training Manual, including Power Point Text, that accompanies this synopsis, is a Pre Publication and is therefore considered Proprietary by the Author, Mack S. House Jr. CSIDT International and is protected by Copy Right Laws.

Registration ends: March 10, 2014 *** W-9 Form available upon request

REGISTRATION METHODS ~ ONLINE

Quick processing and immediate confirmation.

PayPal payments:
1. Log in to your PayPal account.
2. Click "Send Money." $235.00
3. Enter csidt1@gmail.com and the amount
4. Select "Purchase" or "Personal," then choose the reason for the payment.
5. Please indicate: "New Bern CSIDT Conference".
6. Click "Continue."
7. Review the amount, the payment method, and shipping address.
8. Add a message (New Bern Conference), and then click "Send Money."

By Mail: U.S.P.S.
Regular Mail: Must be received by March 10, 2014
Make Checks Payable to:
Mack S. House Jr.
PO Box 519
Castlewood, Va 24224

Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International©
Processing; Procedures; Protocols and Precautions.
Case Reviews: Technology at the Water's Edge
New Bern Riverfront Convention Center
March 18th and 19th 2014~~ 203 South Front St., New Bern, NC 28563
REGISTRANT INFORMATION: Attendees must show a current Photo ID upon check-in.
FIRST NAME:_________________________________________________
LAST NAME:__________________________________________________
AGENCY or AFFILIATION:______________________________________
ADDRESS:____________________________________________________
CITY: STATE: ZIP: COUNTRY:__________________________________
PHONE: E-MAIL:______________________________________________
Name as it is to appear on Certificate:_____________________
REGISTRATION FEE: $235.00 PAYMENT OPTIONS: Check ____ PayPal____

Registration Ends: March 10th, 2014 *** W-9 Form available upon request

PayPal payments: Quick processing and immediate confirmation.
1. Log in to your PayPal account.
2. Click "Send Money."
3. Enter csidt1@gmail.com and the amount
4. Select "Purchase" or "Personal," then Please indicate: CSIDT Conference.
5. Click "Continue."
6. Review the amount, the payment method, and shipping address.
7. Add a message (optional), and then click "Send Money."

Mail U.S.P.S. Regular Mail: Make Checks Payable to: Mack S. House Jr. PO Box 519 Castlewood, Virginia, 24224

Event Website: http://www.csidti.org
Event Email: csidt1@gmail.com

March 22, 2014

Operation Money Wise
Mass Bay Community College
50 Oakland Street, Wellesley MA


Operation Money Wise
Saturday, March 22, 2014
9:00 am - 3:00 pm
Mass Bay Community College
50 Oakland Street, Wellesley MA

Operation Money Wise is a FREE financial empowerment conference open to veterans, servicemembers and their families. Join us to learn more about personal finance and improve financial behavior through quality financial education. This day will focus on the topics that most commonly affect those who have served our country, the benefits available and organizations that can help.

The conference is presented in partnership with the National Guard, Department of Veterans' Services and Inter-Service Family Assistance Committee.

Register online today at www.mass.gov/treasury/operationmoneywise

All attendees are entered for door prizes and receive complimentary continental breakfast, lunch and childcare (age restrictions apply).

Keynote Session featuring retired Colonel Dick Power, CFP & conference breakout sessions provide lessons and materials in:

* Budgeting & Setting Financial Goals

* Dealing with Debt

* Retirement Readiness

* Money & Disability

* Basics of Investing

* Home Ownership 101

* Using Your Education Benefits

* Bridging the Financial Gap to College

This conference will feature Money Mentors and Career Counselors. Attendees will have the opportunity throughout the day to have a one-on-one conversation with a Certified Financial Planner, Credit Counselor and/or Career Counselor.

Directions to Mass Bay Community College.

Event Website: http://www.mass.gov/treasury/operationmoneywise

March 31 - April 01, 2014

2014 Conference on Crimes Against Women
400 N. Olive Street
Dallas, Texas


The Conference on Crimes Against Women seeks to bring together all those who may respond to crimes of female victimization and arm them with the most effective, most relevant, and most up-to-date training available to battle this worldwide epidemic.

Federal, state, and local law enforcement officers; federal, state and local prosecutors, and victim advocates will gather in Dallas to participate in workshops and case studies that will address all types of crimes in which women are targeted.

Event Website: http://conferencecaw.org/
Event Email: bpark@genesisshelter.org

May 01 - 03, 2014

Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International Conference: Crime Scene Protocols ~ Workshop Precautionary Diving Operations ~ Contaminated Environment.
1960 13th Av. Drive SE
Hickory, NC


May 1st 2ed and 3ed

Information ~ 828-322-1335
Mack S. House Jr. 828-380-9955
Shane McClung ~ Trainer ~ CSIDTI ~ Certified
Cell -864-200-3084

Multi State Approved for Continuing Education Points

*Conference and Workshop fee: $225.00 US Special rates before April 14th, 2014.

*Conference Only: $190.00 US

*Workshop Only: $45.00 US

Registration must be made by April 23, 2014

Key course benefits:
Protocols are extremely importance in submerged victim Crime Scene Investigations. Safety protocols and precautions cannot be overstated, therefore, by providing a thorough review on each topic, independently, a clearer understanding of each topic will become invaluable to each attendee. Case studies are included so the attendee can relate to the circumstances and potential for contaminants that each case presents.

Each attendee is provided with a comprehensive study guide, including Workshop for those who register for the Workshop, which allows him or her to follow along during this conference.

Who should attend: Law Enforcement Divers, Diver Tenders and support personnel, Crime Scene Investigators, Law Enforcement Professionals, Registered nurses, Forensic Nurses, EMS Professionals and other healthcare professionals interested in learning more about the evaluation, documentation, Diver Safety and the pathology and physiology of submerged victim/victims.

All participants will receive:

1.Training Manual and related materials

2. Case reviews Documentation example forms,

3. Power Point text overview.

4. Certificate of Completion

5. Snacks and beverages throughout the day

Speaker: Mack S. House Jr. CSIDT- International

Published Author, Active Member of the International Crime Scene Investigators Association, International Association of Coroners and Medical Examiners, World Wide Association of Women Forensic Experts, Active Member of FBI-Law Enforcement Executive Development Association. Forensic Enterprises Inc., South Carolina, Criminal Justice Academy Standards Unit, Institutional Provider.

CSIDTI Trainer: Shane McClung. CSIDT- International

Certification Number: 3199420 ~ CSIDTI I.D. 19133312

Accreditation:

** Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International. 15 CEU

** NC Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commissions Law Enforcement Officer Certificate Program, either at the intermediate or advanced level. 15 CEU

** Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services. 15 CEU

** Massachusetts Municipal Police Training Standards Committee, for Continuing Education Units/points for Law Enforcement Officers. Daniel Zivkovich, Executive Director 15 CEU

** Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards 15

** South Carolina Continuing Law Enforcement Education (CLEE) hours. 15

** Approved by the State of Georgia for Continued Education Points. 15 CEU

** NATIONAL REGISTRY OF EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIANS 15 CEU

** New York State: The Division of Criminal Justice Services is not authorized to certify training provided by private entities in New York State. Additionally, NYS law does not require police officers to complete in-service training or continuing education credits in order to maintain their positions. This does not preclude CSIDT International from providing training to agencies and officers in NYS nor is it intended, in any way, to diminish the quality or value of training provided. Certificate of Completion and Hours will be placed in Officer Training File. 15 CEU

Learning Objectives, using individual case reviews:

1. Describe best practices based on science and innovations that may contribute to their own professional practice, Safe Diving Practices and Safe Diving Operations.

2. Discriminate the role of the CSI and CSIDT in changing Investigative procedures and protocols as it relates to the interdisciplinary team and excellence in Forensic Science

3. Identify the leadership requisites from Recreational Diver to Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist that transform the practice environment's quality and momentum in achieving positive and a Safe investigation outcome.

4. Evaluate strategies that maximize the potential of the Diver Technologists practices, related to Professional and Ethical Standards including Confidentiality.

5. Identify the leadership requisites from beginning of the investigative process, to conclusion, that transform the practice environment's quality.

6. Understanding the importance of Solving both theoretical and practical problems, associated with underwater crime scene investigations and forensic science.

7. Safe Diving~ Job Evaluation regarding Biological and Chemical Hazardous Diving Operations. Safe Diving Practices by increasing the diver knowledge base and understanding, providing for a much safer Diver and equipment decontamination protocols and guidelines.

Note: Power Point presentations contain graphic images for clarification purposes.

Event Website: http://www.csidti.org
Event Email: csidt1@gmail.com
 










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