CALI-CDITC CRIMINAL DEFENSE INVESTIGATION ACADEMY
Monday, January 23 through Friday, January 27, 2017
The California Association of Licensed Investigators (CALI) and the Criminal Defense Investigation Training Council (CDITC) have joined forces to deliver what promises to be the most exciting training event of the year! You do not want to miss the opportunity to attend this 40-hour Criminal Defense Investigation Academy to be held on January 23, 2017, at the Dolce Hayes Mansion in San Jose, California.
The program will involve participant investigative teams with designated team leaders and faculty advisors to facilitate and lead follow-up discussions. Academy Instructors will provide lecture and media based training in general sessions and lead breakout teams in hands-on training. This is a premier Criminal Defense Training Program and will consist of (but not be limited to) the following:
An advanced track will be provided on Days 1 and 2 for those who previously completed the two-day (16 hours) Criminal Defense Investigation Training Council's Certified Course in the Component Method of Criminal Defense Investigation Case Management.
INSTRUCTORS/ADVISORSInstructors and Advisors have been drawn from CDTIC members and CALI members. Instructors will present parts of the training and advisors will lead teams or support both roles. Additional advisors may be recruited at the event.
Special Guest Speaker – William Dan O'Malley, Esq. (Judge Ret.)
• Brandon A. Perron, CCDI, CFI-FTER, (Academy Director & Instructor)
• Francie Koehler, CCDI, CFSI, CPI, CLI (Deputy Academy Director & Instructor)
• Brad Perron, CCDI, CFSI, (Forensic Training Coordinator & Instructor)
• William Anthony Monroe, CCDI, CFSI – (Instructor/Advisor)
• Peter Barnett, B.S., D-ABC, Forensic Scientist, (Forensic Instructor)
• Keith Inman, Criminology Professor, Forensic Scientist, (Instructor/Advisor)
• C.W. Sellers, (Training Coordinator/Advisor)
• Anne Fields, CCDI – (Advisor)
This is an all-inclusive event! Registration includes:
The general session training includes a simulated investigation and staged crime scene to allow participants to engage in each component of the investigative process in instructor-led teams. Please click here to view the schedule.
"I am looking forward to attending this 40-hour Criminal Defense Investigator's Academy offered through CALI. This is an excellent opportunity to get substantial criminal defense training and certification. Thank you to C.W. Sellers, Instructor Brandon Perron and his associate instructors for putting this together in California." ~ Anthony Hopkins, CPI