WSNIA OPEN SOURCE INTELLIGENCE CLASS (OSINT)

PRESENTED BY: MICHELE STUART, President of JAG Investigations

Hosted by the Washington State Narcotics Investigators Association, NW HIDTA and the Western Region CounterDrug Training Center

With the ongoing threat against Police Officers and their families – this class will outline cellular platform security issues in addition to online personal security risks to help protect you and your family.

DATES/TIME: November 13th or 14th, 2018 (0830 to 1630)

SEMINAR INFORMATION:

  • Learn your own personal risks online and by the use of your cell phones
  • Learn cell applications to use in research
  • Learn in-depth researching techniques
  • Locate actionable intelligence
  • Locate and identify personal information
  • Identify private cell phone numbers
  • Locate and search Social Media Platforms
  • Find content of Facebook believed to be private
  • Identify geo location of tweets and Instagram postings
  • Identify EXIF data embedded in photos
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2019 WSNIA Training Summit

MAKE YOUR SUMMIT RESERVATIONS EARLY!

The Coeur d’Alene Resort

WSNIA has a discounted group rate of $125 for all three of our Towers. There is the Premiere Lake Tower, the Park Tower, and the North Wing. The Lake Tower have the largest of their rooms and are from floors 1-17. These rooms have a drop down living room, some have Lake Views and some have City Mountain Views , and the majority of these rooms have a balcony. The Park Tower is their mid-sized rooms with either Marina Views, City Mountain Views, or Non Views. The North Wing is the smallest and most economical rooms with non views. All of the Towers either have a king bed or two over sized doubles. There is also a discounted Self Parking rate of $12 per night. The Valet is $22 per night. They also have a discounted rate of $59 round trip for Transportation to and from the Spokane Airport.

THE WASHINGTON STATE NARCOTICS INVESTIGATORS ASSOCIATION GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

  • Provide relative, excellent, and affordable training to officers across Washington, making them more effective in their work
  • Promote the use of innovative techniques, best practices, strategic planning and intelligence driven investigations
  • Promote officer safety in everything we do
  • Educate the public on the devastating impact of illicit substances on our communities and why enforcement is a critical component
  • Educating our representatives on the issues critical to our members at the local, state and federal level
  • Collaborate with our partners involved in treatment and prevention
  • Expand our focus to related issues such as human trafficking, violent gangs and property crimes.
  • Promote communication and collaboration between officers throughout the northwest

THE TRUTH ABOUT ILLICIT DRUGS