Brush up on your online crime hunting skills and have a fun evening with Rocky Mountain Mystery Writers at the Denver Press Club
By Susanna Speier
Denver Private Investigator Blogger
Want to write a mystery novel? We didn't think so. If you're a private investigator who wants to sharpen your cyber stalking skills, however, this could be a cost effective training workshop for you:
Tonight at the Denver Press Club the Rocky Mountain Mystery Writers presents, Here There Be Monsters: Hunting for Criminals in the Virtual Sea.
Senior Deputy District Attorney Gary Dawson will be discussing topics like online luring and identification through the internet. As Senior Deputy in the general felony docket he tracks down some of the most vitriolic cyber criminals in the state, knows his stuff and will cover the following topics:
Pardon me Stewardess, I speak Geek·
Evidence is Everywhere Online
Identification Through the Internet
Now How Did That Get There? Common Defenses to Incriminating Evidence Found on a Computer
No need to shed the trench coat, remove the sunglasses and go as an undercover mystery writer so that they let you in. The event is so open to the public and even Denver Press Club members like Denver Private Investigator Blogger, were invited. The Denver Press Club is the oldest press club in the country and a visit should be on everyone Coloradan's bucket list anyway.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m and dinner is served at 7 p.m. ---did we mention your ticket includes free dinner?? Well your ticket includes free dinner. So you eat, drink and hang with the mystery writers and talk about mystery writing for an hour to an hour and a half before the program begins at 8:00. Cost is $23 and you'll leave wanting to come back. The Denver Press Club is located at 1330 Glenarm Place in downtown Denver.
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