2022 LeadsOnline Leadership Conference

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Monday, June 13, 2022

4:00p–6:00p

Early Check-in at Leadership Conference Information Center
Early arrivers may pick up their name tag and Leadership Conference Merch as the LeadsOnline crew sets the stage.

Tuesday, June 14, 2022

8:00a–2:30p

Check-in at Leadership Conference Information Center
Pick up your name tag and Leadership Conference Merch. The LeadsOnline crew will be there to answer questions, direct you to LeadsOnline training and give you the rundown on networking events.

Networking and Training:

8:30a–10:30a

Come-and-Go LeadsOnline Training
Ashley Sacrider, COO
Beginning at 8:30 a.m. in the Ballroom, we'll have a full in-depth training of LeadsOnline that will run until 10:30 a.m. It’s a casual training environment where you can ask questions and learn how to maximize LeadsOnline for your investigations. If you have any questions after the training is over, our team of experts can answer questions from 11:00 a.m.—1:00 p.m. at the check-in table.

10:30a–5:00p

Networking Events
Break for chosen networking event.

7:00p–10:00p

Opening Night Welcome Reception
Make sure you pack your western get-up for dinner at the Coyote Corral! Located onsite, you won’t have to travel far to enjoy dinner, live music, and great company.

Wednesday, June 15, 2022

8:00a

Breakfast
A full hot breakfast buffet will be served each morning outside the ballroom.

Day 1 - Session 1

8:30a–8:45a

Welcome to Tucson! – Alex Finley
CEO of LeadsOnline, Alex Finley makes opening remarks to begin our LeadsOnline training and introduce upcoming speaking sessions.

8:45a–9:15a

A Briefing from the Chief – Assistant Chief Monica Prieto, Tucson AZ PD
Assistant Chief Monica Prieto will brief attendees on the city of Tucson, its demographics, economy, crime trends and more.

9:15a–10:45p

Patrol Officer's Use of LeadsOnline & Catalytic Converter Theft – Lt. Kyle Cox, Randolph County NC Sheriff’s Office
Surging precious metal pricing has led to nearly a 300% increase in catalytic converter theft across the U.S. Lt. Cox will provide an investigative synopsis of a large-scale catalytic converter theft syndicate in North Carolina, highlighting how LeadsOnline was used by Patrol’s to identify criminal activity and SWAT to compose tactical operations plans.

10:45a–11:00a

Break
Enjoy cookies in the foyer.

11:00a–12:00p

Phone Forensics and Communications Analysis – Mike Melson and Ashley Sacrider
Digital evidence from a victim or suspect can broaden the scope for an investigation by revealing the person behind a mystery number. Hear how phone forensics can lead to a known associate, geolocation of a linked device, corroborate a person of interests timeline, and much more.

12:00p

Lunch on Your Own

Day 1 - Session 2

1:00p–2:00p

Electronic Intrusion: Pain at the Pump – Sr. Investigator Jeff Roberts, Texas Financial Crimes Intelligence Center
Think all this skimming is new? Let Det. Roberts tell you about the history of skimming, recent trends, and how a task force out of Texas is cracking down. Learn tips and tricks to spot it, stop it, and prosecute it in your jurisdiction.

2:00p–3:00p

Using LeadsOnline to streamline investigations (RTC 2.0 and Solvability)
This session will provide leaders with a look at the game-changing, force-multiplying system from LeadsOnline that will automatically generate leads on cases from the moment they are reported and solve cold cases long after the file is put away. See case studies and examples from agencies who have already implemented LeadsOnline Real Time Crime at their department.

3:00p–3:30p

Break
Enjoy cookies in the foyer.

3:30p–5:00p

Civil Unrest - Preparedness & Post-Incident Investigation – Anthony Raganella, CEO - NY Blue Line Consulting Group, Inc.
Given the current law enforcement climate, coupled with the recent political polarization of the nation, major protests and civil unrest have been at the forefront of concerns for U.S. law enforcement. This presentation provides an overview of critical considerations involving civil unrest and major protests which may impact both small towns and large cities alike.

5:00p

Session Ends
Dinner on Your Own

Thursday, June 16, 2022

8:00a

Breakfast
A full hot breakfast buffet will be served each morning outside the ballroom.

Day 2 - Session 1

8:00a–12:00p

Leadership for a Lifetime: How the Past Prepares Us for the Future – Paul D. Butler
This motivational presentation will cover what it takes to be a good professional and highlight the power of being a good person. Highlights include: how to take individual talents and apply them to the group setting to make an unstoppable and productive team, how the ability to lead is present in everyone, and how each individual can use the lessons of yesterday to overcome the challenges of today and capitalize on the opportunities of tomorrow.

12:00p

Lunch on Your Own

Day 2 - Session 2

1:00p–1:30p

Teaming up with Corporate Partners to Catch Criminals – EcoATM and Offerup
You got a friend in LeadsOnline. Meet our partners whose collaborative efforts make committing crimes more challenging and solving a lot simpler.

1:30p–2:30p

Using Genetic Genealogy to Solve Crimes – Tobi Kirschmann, MS
Founder and President of DNA Investigations, LLC, Tobi Kirschmann introduce the new investigative tool of Genetic Genealogy and demonstrates how it is used by investigators to solve crimes.

2:30p–2:45p

Break
Enjoy cookies in the foyer.

2:45p–4:45p

Using Forensic Genetic Genealogy to Catch a Serial Offender – Det. Jennifer Spears, Seminole County Sheriff's Office
Traditional investigative methods were exhausted. DNA analysis and comparisons had failed to produce a suspect. Forensic Genetic Genealogy found the missing link in two unknowingly connected murders. This presentation will take you through the painstaking investigation from start to finish, showing that the detectives never gave up.

4:45p–5:00p

Continuing Education Exam and Closing Remarks
This concludes the 2022 Leadership Conference. See y’all next year!