Colorado’s private eye association is holding an online conference next month.
The Professional Private Investigator Association of Colorado (PPIAC) says the Rocky Mountain Investigator Conference promises education, vendors, networking and a “virtual cocktail hour” when it takes place on Zoom on October 2 and 3.
The conference costs $99 for PPIAC members and $129 for guests.
Edward Ajaeb, of Nighthawk Strategies, who will talk about online and social media investigations.
John Hodo, of All Things Investigative, who will say why being a great investigator doesn’t guarantee success.
Matt Spairer, of Satellite Investigators, who will give up 10 tips of how to take great accident site photos.
Lt. Sam McGhee, of Aurora Police Department, who will explain how to prepare for active shooters in the workplace.
Jennifer Brown, of J. Brown Legal Investigators, who will talk about new innovations regarding genealogy have helped investigators.
James Nanos and Nicole Cusanelli, of PI Magazine and PI Gear, will demonstrate the latest gear to make investigations more effective.
JP Moore, assistant regulation counsel for the Colorado Supreme Court, will talk about ethics and go through complaints about private eyes.
To sign up for the conference go to, https://ppiac.org
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