Monday / May 15th
9am -12 pm / Attorney Eric Atstupenas
“Successful Detectives must Understand the Law and Adhere to It throughout their Investigation.”
Eric is an experienced police legal advisor. For digital evidence to appear in court and be legally admissible, the evidence must be authentic, accurate, complete, and convincing to the jury. This training session will show you how to remain within the confines of the 4th Amendment when conducting your investigation and what you need to know about digital forensics and electronic devices.
12pm -1pm / Lunch Provided
1pm – 3pm / Detective Sergeant Kevin Connolly
“ Investigating the Crime from the Call to Conviction”
Detective Sergeant Connolly has worked several noteworthy cases in Massachusetts and beyond. He is an expert investigator and master instructor on digital evidence. This training session will serve to enhance your knowledge of digital investigation and provide you with the regional connections to work your case. His instruction will “piggyback” on Counselor Atstupenas and take you from the crime scene to the courtroom.
Tuesday / May 16th :
9am -12pm / Office of the District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.
“You’ve Done Your Investigation Detective. Now Let’s Take it to Court!“
This training session will present an intricate investigation into a multi-jurisdictional case which began as a missing person and ended as homicide. This case will be presented by ADA Tiffany Scanlon of DA Early’s office, describing the crime, the investigation and the successful prosecution of a most surprising suspect.
12pm-1pm / Lunch Provided
1pm – 2pm / NESPIN / RISS (Regional Information Sharing System)
“Investigators Working Together to Get the Job Done”
This Session will involve members of the from the New England State Police Information Network (NESPIN) describing what this agency does and how you and your agency can access NESPIN and create an investigative team that can lead to a successful outcome. This portion of your training will help you understand how to access surveillance equipment and other resources form the DOJ / Department of Justice.
Tuesday May 16th:
2pm – 3pm / Trauma Services
Working a Crime Scene Should not Cost you Your Life!
This last training segment is of the utmost importance to all crime scene investigators. The crime scene safety experts of “Trauma Services” will provide us with a working knowledge of the necessary steps to safely and correctly navigate through crime scenes which may be contaminated with suspected fentanyl and other biohazards which are extremely dangerous. Investigatory facts have shown these hazards to present a risk of extreme injury and even death. This session will teach you how to assess those risks as you conduct your investigation.
A room block is available at the hotel beginning March 1, 2023. Please reference MPI and the rate is $119