Private Investigator Conference: PAWLI
- March 10, 2013
- by Kimberly Faber
On April 4th, investigators across Wisconsin will head to Green Bay for the Professional Association of Wisconsin Licensed Investigators (PAWLI) conference. For more information on the event, PInow.com spoke with association Vice President Rikki Glen.
Why is it important for investigators to attend this conference?
Glen: It is important to attend association events because the association puts a lot of time into bringing the latest innovations and the highest quality of speakers so that the members can continue to learn and provide the best service to their clients.
What can investigators expect at PAWLI 2013?
Glen: PAWLI consistently puts on a great conference. Year after year we provide our attendees with a perfect venue to meet and network with other private investigators. It is a good way to get your name out to PI's who are from different parts of the state, in the event that someone might need your services in your area.
April 4-6, 2013
Radisson Casino and Conference Center
Green Bay, WI
- Jim Greenwold: surveillance tips
- Susan Carlson: Interviewing basics and writing a good report
- Karen Herbert: courtroom procedure
- Chris Farrell: careers in Home land Security
- Josh Brunty: social media investigations and more
- Garilyn Trutttschel: careers in digital forensics
- Tom Sipin: concealed carry issues
- Todd Thorne: working with experts
- Brandon Perron: forensic interviewing and forensic testimonial evidence recovery
- Jimmie Mesis: spyware gadgets and tools
What is PAWLI's goal for this conference?
Glen: We want attendees to learn about the many careers and pathways that PI's can choose from to expand their businesses. There are more opportunities for today's PI and we want to present those to our attendees.
For more information on this conference, visit www.pawli.org