TALPI Continued Education Seminar 2014
- February 17, 2014
- by Kimberly Faber
TALPI Continued Education
April 4 & 5, 2014
On April 4th, licensed private investigators from across Tennessee with flock to Nashville for the Tennessee Association of Licensed Private Investigators (TALPI) Continuing Education Seminar. The seminar promises some interesting topics. We spoke with Norma Tillman, president of the organization, for more information.
What sets this conference apart from past ones?
NT: This year's speaker line up will set this conference apart from previous conferences. The topics are of more relevance and substance.
What major issues with this year's conference focus on?
NT: This year's conference will focus on an up to date awareness of Terrorism Threats and Extremists, Human Trafficking, DNA and Drug Testing, and Computer Forensics, and is intended to increase our knowledge and provide us with current information.
What is the association's goal for this conference?
NT: To increase knowledge and awareness of any issues that investigators may incur.
What recreational events are included for attendees?
NT: We have a hospitality room for networking and socializing and will offer to share some of our local entertainment in Music City.
What are you most excited about with the upcoming conference?
NT: I am very excited to learn more about computer forensics.
- Homeland Security, Terrorism, & Extremists
- Computer Forensics
- DNA & Drug Testing, Evidence Chain of Custody
- Insurance Fraud Investigations
- Covert Video Surveillances
- Criminal Defense Investigations
For more information, the full agenda, and to register, visit TALPI.