Join us for the 2018 KDIAI Educational Conference

The 2018 conference lectures and workshops will focus on Mass Shootings.

Please join KDIAI at the 2018 Spring Educational Conference, held at the Capitol Plaza Hotel, 1717 SW Topeka Blvd, Topeka, KS, February 27-28, 2018.

 

2018 Spring Educational Conference

February 27-28, 2018

 Topeka, Kansas

Schedule
Tuesday, Feburary 27th
11:00-5:00 Registration  
1:00 President's Welcome and Shawnee County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard  
1:10-5:00

General Session

The Aftermath of an Active Shooter: Investigation and Crime Scene Considerations

Presented by: Cory Latham and Robert Jacobs, KBI

5:00 Business Meeting  
6:00 Hospitality Room and Door Prizes  

 

Wednesday, February 28th
8:00-8:30 Awards and Installment of New Board Members
8:30-12:00 Morning Workshops
1:00-4:00 Afternoon Workshops  
4:15-4:45 Adam Mullet; Excel Industries

Wednesday Workshops

Each Wednesday morning workshop will be repeated in the afternoon.  Workshop registration will be available at the registration table.

 

Crime Scene Photography

Presented by Andrea Reed and Rebecca Vincent-Giles;

Johnson County Sheriff's Office Criminalistics Laboratory

 

Please remember to bring your camera equipment that you use during your investigations work. Bring your camera, cords, flash, flashlight, batteries, and tripod to class.

 

FBI Evidence Response Team

Presented by Jonathan Tucker;

Federal Bureau of Investigation

 

Processing Crime Scenes Containing Hazardous Materials

Presented by the Riley County Police Department

Hazardous Materials Response Team



Conference Registration Fees

Before February 23rd 

KDIAI Member $50

Non-KDIAI Member $65

Student $25

 

On/After February 23rd

KDIAI Member $65

Non-KDIAI Member $80

Student $25

 

Register Now by Clicking Here!

Contact Details

Kansas Division
International Association for Identification

Kansas: www.kansasiai.org

National: www.theiai.org