The PPIAC conference is Friday & Saturday, September 23 & 24, 2011, at the Embassy Suites at Denver international Airport.
There is still room for your attendance and we look forward to having you join us – and tell your friends and colleagues! SpyTek (from National Association of Investigative Specialists) just sent over $600 in prizes to be raffled! More prizes have been donated – this will be a great conference, networking and fun! And we are excited that PI Museum will be joining us as part of their inaugural year tour. Come learn about the history of private investigators in Colorado and nationally. Colorado had one of the first licensing laws, and licensing was the first law passed in Colorado after becoming a state!
This week we present the final speaker of our lineup, Rebecca Roberts from IRB Search. Rebecca will discuss the various laws and regulations that impact our use of records and databases, recent changes and potential considerations for our profession.
This has also been approved by NALI for 8.5 hours of CE credit! So far we have told you about these speakers that we are excited to have join us.
For complete details, visit www.PPIAC.org/training/annual-conference.
Our speakers include Jimmie Mesis (PI Magazine), Steve Farese (Attorney, Mississippi), Steven Rambam (Pallorium / PallTech, Bronx NY), IRB Search, Tim Schmolder (Timeline Investigations, Golden CO), Rory McMahon CLI CFE (McMahon & Associations, Ft. Lauderdale FL), Brig. Gen. (ret) Rashid Malik (WAD Chairman, Pakistan). View all of our speakers, topics and bios at http://ppiac.org/uncategorized/conference-speaker-bios
Rebecca Roberts – Laws and Regulations of Records and Databases
Rebecca Roberts is the National Marketing Director for IRB Search. She joined IRBsearch in the spring of 2006 as the online private investigator database company’s National Marketing Director. Ms. Roberts initiated and guided the launch of numerous value-added customer services, including an IRB online training department, a marketing-your-business webinar series, an online investigator’s equipment store, and social business networking.
Her adjunct teaching days at Florida State University received rave reviews from both students and professors for facilitating roundtable discussions with guest speakers on topics of American and Florida history. She holds a Bachelor and Master of Science from FSU in the fields of Interdisciplinary Social Science and American and Florida Studies.
A conference is no fun if you don’t walk away with something. Well, we’ll do our best to make sure you have something. PallTech, IRB Search, Yergey Insurance and Tracers Information will be on hand, The National Association of Investigative Specialists – Lawmate America / SpyTek have again donated many prizes – gadgets and gear for the PI. Additional renowned authors of our profession have donated autographed books, and more. Don’t forget that JJ Associates International, PI Magazine, PI Store, CRC Press, Pursuit Magazine / PI Education have donated prizes and are sponsoring and/or vendors and have donated prizes!
Please consider joining us to network, learn and share or even as either a vendor or sponsor – or both. We have conveniently placed it near Denver International Airport at the Embassy Suites, which provides free shuttle services to and from the airport for your convenience. Details are at: Embassy Suites at DIA (think free happy hour drinks and breakfast daily). Rooms are $119/night and need to be booked by calling Embassy Suites at DIA direct at (303) 574-3000 and tell them “PPIAC Conference” (using Priceline or other online services will NOT get these deals)!
The PPIAC conference page has all of the details at http://ppiac.org/training/annual-conference.
PPIAC Member after September 1st: $200.00
Non-Member after September 1st $250.00
Last-minute walk-ins: $275.00
On behalf of the PPIAC members, conference committee and board, thanks!
Dean A. Beers, CLI, CCDI
PPIAC Board Chairman
NCISS Region 5A Director (CO WY NE & AZ)