2020 Reducing Crime Seminar – January 7th – 9th, 2020


2020 Reducing Crime Seminar

“This three-day program will introduce mid to senior police
leadership participants to the key elements of leading successful
crime reduction projects.

Through the PANDA model, participants will engage with strategic
thinking and operationalization of this vital policing role.
Entertaining, interactive sessions and discussion of critical issues are
supported with practical materials and exercises that will benefit
each attendee’s agency and community.

The course is ideally suited to participants from agencies where mid-level commanders are assigned responsibilities for crime
management in geographic areas.

This highly practical and realistic program is framed within a wider
discussion of evidence-based policing, and leadership development
in modern law enforcement.

Who should attend: Those in leadership positions or with potential
for managerial positions as district/precinct commanders. Senior
command staff wishing to better learn how to direct and manage
crime and disorder reduction in their police departments will also
benefit from the course. Up-and-coming early career leaders can
also take advantage of the course for a variety of problem-solving
roles within policing.” – www.reducingcrime.com

January 7th – 9th, 2020

Department of Public Safety Standards & Training
No cost (sponsored by DPSST – space limited to 40)
Register at www.tinyurl.com/2020popconference



2020 POP Conference

J A N U A R Y 6 T H , 2 0 2 0
9 : 0 0 A M – 5 : 0 0 P M


Register at: https://tinyurl.com/2020popconference

Hosted by the Center for Policing Excellence at the

The 5th Annual Oregon POP Conference is a great opportunity to learn
about the proactive efforts being made throughout Oregon to use data,
research, and community involvement to address local crime and/or
livability issues. Registration and admission are free!
Additionally, we are hosting a three-day, no cost, Reducing Crime
seminar with Temple University’s Dr. Jerry Ratcliffe. Those interested can
register at the same time as the POP Conference registration. Space is
limited, with priority given to Law Enforcement executives. Confirmation
of acceptance to Reducing Crime will be sent the week of December
16th. To learn more about the book, go to www.reducingcrime.com

Deadline to Register:POP Conference: December 30th, 2019
Reducing Crime (limited to 50): December 13th, 2019

Supplies/Equipment Needed:
Laptop with Excel is recommended for participation in skill-building

Area Lodging:
Shared dormitory lodging at the Academy is available at no cost to those
traveling more than 75 miles one-way. Reservation instructions will be
included in your confirmation email.

Ryan Keck or Annie Rexford,

ZETX Criminal Investigations Using Cellular Technologies ADVANCED COURSE – March 9-13, 2020



Criminal Investigations Using Cellular Technologies
March 9-13, 2020
– Hosted By –
Washington County Sheriff’s Office
PSTC building located at 600 SW Walnut St. Hillsboro, OR
The 40 Hour Advanced cell phone investigations course is open to any sworn investigator, crime analyst
or fugitive operator possessing fundamental knowledge of call detail records, and who want to advance
their proficiency understanding call detail record meta data for successful investigations and trial
This course allows motivated investigators to understand the evidentiary value of call detail records and
geolocation data. The class syllabus incorporates several case studies for attendees to investigate using
meta data from each major provider and other sources of geolocation information. The case study
workshops in this class allow students to experience the process of investigating call detail records from
beginning to end, instilling knowledge and confidence to build a final case they feel confident testifying
to in court. This course is always evolving, sometimes from one class to the next to keep up with the everchanging world of cellular technology. The 40 Hour Advanced course has an extreme focus on best
investigative practices and is a pre-requisite to the ZetX cell phone investigations Subject Matter Expert
Certification Course.
Students are required to bring laptops with Microsoft Excel and Google Earth installed. Students will be
required to work with call detail records and geolocation information throughout the course. Students are
encouraged to review these applications and have a basic understanding of them prior to class. This
course is designed to use lecture, case studies, and practical workshops to demonstrate and teach
investigative techniques.
Topics Include:
– Provider Specifics – Establishing Exigent Orders – Exigent & Live Tracking
– Provisioning GPS Information – GPS Technologies
– Legal Concerns – Cell Theory
– Meta Data Retention – In Depth Case Studies
– Undercover Operations – RTT, PCMD, True Call
– Drive Testing Principles
– Pattern Analysis
– Social Media and Devices
– MAC and Wi-Fi Tracking
– Court Orders/Search Warrants – Court Presentations – VoIP and Non-Conventional Tracking
$700.00 Per Person, Register on-line at www.ZetX.com or call 480-378-6823
For more information on our certification process, please visit our training page at zetx.com/training
1900 W. Chandler Blvd STE 15-226 Chandler, AZ 85224 844-367-9389 sales@zetx.com

ESRI Crime Mapping Training – 2020 (Dates & Location TBD)


NORCAN Power BI Crime Analysis Training 2020 – (Dates & Location TBD)