The Preliminary Schedule of Session Day, Time, and Room Locations for the 2022 NGCRC 25th International Gang Specialist Training Conference (August 1-3, 2022):

Version 1.0

               Includes all schedule information for all courses. Video Courses not listed here (video courses are completed anytime you finish viewing them on or before Aug. 4, 2022).


Last updated: 14 July 2022


LEGEND of Symbols: “Ts” = Tracks = the session credits = the training tracks that particular session gives credit for attending (the training track number is provided after the “Ts” symbol appears). Room location names are in all caps.

 

Schedule Entry Example: Mon. 8am-9am: (2)  “A Brief Introduction to Some of the Basics of Graffiti Identification and Analysis: An Instructional Workshop (Part 1 of a 3 Part Series)”, by Robert Mulvaney, M.A., Gang Specialist, NGCRC Staff. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 1; 4; 5; 7; 8; 10; 11; 12; 16; 17; 20; 22; 25; 29; 30. The course being taught on Monday from 8:00am-9:00am (when), it is session #2 (what), session title is “(3) “A Brief Introduction to Some of the Basics of Graffiti Identification and Analysis: An Instructional Workshop (Part 1 of a 3 Part Series), and (who) by Robert Mulvaney, and it is taught in the CHICAGO BALLROOM (where), and it gives session credit for the following different training tracks “Ts: (why)” Track #1 is “Gang Crime Investigation Skills”. There are 30 different tracks.

            You need to know your track name and your track number. The full “criss-cross” studyguide is located at https://ngcrc.crisscross.html

            A three page “wall chart” version of the schedule is available in PDF format to print off as well: https://ngcrc.com/wallchart.pdf

 

Session #’s 1 thru #108 are included in the schedule below.


                                    Sunday, July 31, 2022:


                                    12:00pm Noon Exactly: NGCRC staff and volunteers assemble in the Operations Center (GARFIELD PARK ROOM), on the third floor, to unload the truck and prepare the Goody Bags.


                                                3pm-8pm: Registration - pick up your ID, your registration file folder, and your goody bag at the Operations Center (GARFIELD PARK ROOM), on the third floor.

                                                                               

Sunday afternoon “early bird” Sessions: 


3:00pm - 5:00pm:  

(18) “Understanding and Preparation for the Interview of a Suspected Gang/Threat Group Member: A Workshop on Asking, Listening and Assessing Information”, by Robert Mulvaney, M.A., Gang Specialist, NGCRC Staff. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 2; 5; 7; 10; 12; 13; 16; 17; 20; 22; 25; 30.

 

5:00pm - 7:00pm:  


(4) “Introduction to Gangs and Deviant Groups”, by Todd D. Negola, Psy.D., Gang Consultant, NGCRC. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 7; 13; 16; 19; 22.

            

 

 

Monday, August 1, 2022:

6:00am:

Registration - pick up your ID, your registration file folder, and your goody bag at the Operations Center (GARFIELD PARK ROOM), on the third floor.

                         

7:00am - 7:45am

Opening Ceremony: CHICAGO BALLROOM. Welcoming and Opening Ceremony; Awards Ceremony; General Announcements. You need to use the West Bank of elevators to get to the Chicago Ballroom on the 16th floor.


8:00am - 9:00am:

(38) “The NCIC Violent Person File”, by Grant E. Smith, FBI, CJIS Division, CTAP/NCIC, Clarksburg, WV. ERIE. Ts: 1; 3; 12; 13; 20; 25.

(75) The Graffiti Identity 1 - Understanding the Game", by Kenneth Davis, Graffiti/Gang Specialist & Private Investigator, Yonkers, NY. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 1; 4; 7; 9; 19; 20; 28; 29.

 

8:00am - 10:00am:

(1)  “A Brief Introduction to Some of the Basics of Graffiti Identification and Analysis: An Instructional Workshop (Part 1 of a 3 Part Series)”, by Robert Mulvaney, M.A., Gang Specialist, NGCRC Staff. CHICAGO BALLROOM.. Ts: 1; 4; 5; 7; 8; 10; 11; 12; 16; 17; 20; 22; 25; 29; 30.

(4) “Introduction to Gangs and Deviant Groups”, by Todd D. Negola, Psy.D., Gang Consultant, NGCRC. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 7; 13; 16; 19; 22.

(69) “Gang Mapping 101: An Introduction ”, by D. Lee Gilbertson, Ph.D., NGCRC Staff and Professor, Criminal Justice Studies, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN. ONTARIO. Ts: 1; 12; 27.

(92) “Hybrid Gangs: How to Identify Local Gang Culture”, by Jim Bailey, Battle Creek Police Department, Battle Creek, MI; and Det. Tyler Sutherland, Gang Suppression Unit, Battle Creek Police Department, Battle Creek, MI. GRANT PARK. Ts: 1; 3; 19; 21.

 

9:00am - 10:00am:

(21) “Gangs, Guns and Drugs in Canada”, by Keiron McConnell, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Faculty of Arts, Professor of Criminology, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. ERIE. Ts: 1; 4; 23.


9:00am - 11:00am:

(58) “The Impact of Historical/Generational Trauma on Gang and Law Enforcement Interactions”, by Philip J. Swift, Ph.D., Municipal Courts, City Marshall Division, Fort Worth, TX. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 2; 7; 10; 11; 12; 13; 22; 25.

 

10:00am - 11:00am:

(12) “Leaving the Gang: Recognizing the Psychological and Social Risks for Juvenile and Young Adult Former Gang Members”, by Dr. Sally-Ann Ashton, Lecturer, Psychosocial Analysis of Offending Behavior, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, England. ONTARIO. Ts: 2; 7; 10; 18; 22; 26.

(86) “The Role of Primary Prevention and a Public Health Approach in an Anti-Gang Strategy”, by Douglas L. Semark, Ph.D., Special Executive to the Board and Chief Learning Officer, Gang Alternatives Program; Director, Gangfree Life Academy®; Chair, UCLA/RAND Prevention Research CAB; Los Angeles, CA. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 2; 5; 10; 16; 17; 22.

 

10:00am - 12:00pm:

(6) “Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs: Why Bother?”, by Lt. Vincent Perillo, Will County Sheriffs Office, Joliet, IL. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 15; 19.

(96) “Working With Gang Involved Youth: A Family and Community Perspective”, by Tom Schneider, M.S., Director, Project Lifeline, Chicago, IL; and Kevin Kreuser, Cook County Juvenile Court, Chicago, IL. ERIE. Ts: 2; 5; 10; 11; 16; 18; 22; 30.

(107) “Gang Involvement Within Child Sex Trafficking Cases: The NCMEC Perspective and Analytical Resources for Law Enforcement”, by Sara Palmer, Senior Analyst, Child Sex Trafficking Team, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), Alexandria, VA. Restricted Attendance CJS agency staff. GRANT PARK. Ts: 1; 6; 7; 9; 26.


11:00am - 12:00pm:

(34) “Stopping the Preschool to Prison Pipeline: The Importance of Gang Prevention”, by Elvis Slaughter, MSCJ, Retired Sheriff’s Superintendent, former fire and police commissioner, criminologist, and author of ten books, including Preschool to Prison: Is It Determined by the School, Environment, or Parent? ONTARIO. Ts: 10; 11; 13; 16; 17; 22.

(100) “Writing a Warrant for Participation in a Criminal Gang”, by Maggie Koch, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Lucas County Prosecutor’s Office, Toledo, OH. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 1; 21.

(89) “Cyberbullying and Gang Provocation”, by Douglas L. Semark, Ph.D., Special Executive to the Board and Chief Learning Officer, Gang Alternatives Program; Director, Gangfree Life Academy©, Chair, UCLA/RAND Prevention Research Center CAB; Los Angeles, CA. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 5; 9; 17.

 

12:00pm - 1:00pm:

(41) “The Veterans Reception: For Vets Only”, by Dr. Todd Negola, NGCRC Staff; and D. Lee Gilbertson, Ph.D., Professor, Department of Criminal Justice, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN. GRANT PARK. Ts: 1; 7.

 

1:00pm - 2:00pm:

(33) “Stress and Gang Investigators: Transitioning from Work to Home”, by Christopher M. Felton, MS, Fort Wayne Police Department, Fort Wayne, IN. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 7; 12; 25.

(48) “A Gentle Introduction to Alt-Right Gangs: Reconceptualizing White Power Groups”, by Matthew Valasik, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA. ONTARIO. Ts: 3; 9; 14; 20; 24.


1:00pm - 3:00pm:

(2) “The National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Gang File”, by Grant E. Smith, FBI, CJIS Division, CTAP/NCIC, Clarksburg, WV. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 3; 12; 13; 20; 25.

(62) “Gang Culture and Social Norms”, by Captain Philip J. Swift, Ph.D., Municipal Courts, City Marshall Division, Fort Worth, TX. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 2; 7; 10; 11; 12; 13.

(98) “Money Laundering 101", by Dr. Gregg W. Etter Sr., Ed.D., Professor of Criminal Justice, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO; and Pricila Avila, Graduate Student, Dept. Of Criminal Justice University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO. ERIE. Ts: 1; l4; 6; 9; 13. 

2:00pm - 3:00pm:

(40) “Reducing Gang-Related Violence in Correctional Institutions”, by Elvis Slaughter, MSCJ, Retired Sheriff’s Superintendent, former fire and police commissioner, criminologist, and author of ten books, including Safer Jail and Prison Matters: Effective Ways to Manage and Reduce Violence in Correctional Facilities. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 13; 16; 17.


1:00pm - 4:00pm:

(91) “Gang Expert Testimony: Bringing Your Gang Investigation into Court”, by Tyler Sutherland, Gang Suppression Unit, Battle Creek Police Department, Battle Creek, MI; and Jim Bailey, Battle Creek Police Department, Battle Creek, MI. GRANT PARK. Ts: 1; 3; 21.


2:00pm - 4:00pm:

(29) The Criminal Mind and the Gangster”, by Todd D. Negola, Psy.D., Gang Consultant, NGCRC. ONTARIO. Ts: 1; 3; 7; 12; 13; 16; 18.


3:00pm - 4:00pm:

(84) “How to Develop a POST Class on Gang Training 2022", by Dr. Gregg W. Etter Sr., Ed.D., Professor of Criminal Justice, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO. ERIE. Ts: 10; 12.

(25) “Comparison of Prison Gangs in the U.S. with Other Prison Gangs Around the Globe”, by Mitchel P. Roth, Ph.D., Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Sam Houston State University, Houston, TX. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 13; 16; 20; 23; 24.

 

3:00pm - 5:00pm: 

(3) “Cultivating Confidential Informants (CI’s) Without the Proffer”, by Keiron McConnell, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Faculty of Arts, Professor of Criminology, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada; Raj Jaswal, Constable, Vancouver Police Department, Vancouver, CANADA; Christopher M. Felton, MS, Fort Wayne Police Department, Fort Wayne, IN. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 1; 4; 23.

(60) “Gang Crisis Prevention in Juvenile Facilities”, by William A. Campbell, Kentucky Juvenile Justice Training, Richmond, KY. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 16; 19; 22.


4:00pm - 5:00pm: 

(74) “Gang/STG Cryptanalysis: How to Break Gang Codes”, by D. Lee Gilbertson, Ph.D., NGCRC Staff and Executive Editor, Journal of Gang Research. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 9; 13; 16; 19; 20; 24.

(79) Street Gangs Well Defined - For Criminal or Research Intelligence", by Kenneth Davis, Graffiti/Gang Specialist & Private Investigator, Yonkers, NY. ONTARIO. Ts: 1; 4; 7; 9; 19; 20; 28; 29.

(17) “Getting Published: How to Publish Your Gang Related Research 2022", by Dr. Gregg W. Etter Sr., Ed.D., Professor of Criminal Justice, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO. ERIE. Ts: 10; 12.


5:00pm - 6:00pm:

(24) Gang Prevention - Intervention - Counseling Networking Reception”. Douglas L. Semark, Ph.D., is the host; assisted by Robert Mulvaney, NGCRC Staff. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 5; 7; 12; 18; 22. 

            

 

Tuesday, August 2, 2022:


6:00am - 8:00am:

(2) “The National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Gang File”, by Grant E. Smith, FBI, CJIS Division, CTAP/NCIC, Clarksburg, WV. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 3; 12; 13; 20; 25.


7:00am - 8:00am:

(108) “A Brief Look at Outlaw Motorcycle Gangs: An Introduction With Some Insight on the Outlaws and Other Major OMG’s in Michigan and the USA”, by Robert Mulvaney, M.A., Gang Specialist, NGCRC Staff. GRANT PARK. Ts: 1; 15.


8:00am - 9:00am:

(35) “Protecting Health Care Facilities From Gang Violence”, by Keiron McConnell, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Faculty of Arts, Professor of Criminology, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 7; 12; 22; 25.


8:00am - 10:00am:

(16) “An Introduction to Understanding Prison Gangs”, by Todd D. Negola, Psy.D., Gang Consultant, NGCRC. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 7; 13; 16; 19; 22.

(72) “Introduction to Separatist, Racist and Extremist Groups (SREG’s)”, by D. Lee Gilbertson, Ph.D., NGCRC Staff and Executive Editor, Journal of Gang Research. ONTARIO. Ts: 1; 14; 19; 20; 29.

(87) “Causes, Effects, and Treatments: Impact of Gang Culture and Violence on Elementary, Middle, and High School Aged Children”, by Douglas L. Semark, Ph.D., Special Executive to the Board and Chief Learning Officer, Gang Alternatives Program; Director, Gangfree Life Academy®; Chair, UCLA/RAND Prevention Research Center CAB; Los Angeles, CA. ERIE. Ts: 5; 10; 17; 18; 22.

(10) “Operant Conditioning: A Path to Gang Violence”, by Philip J. Swift, Ph.D., Municipal Courts, City Marshall Division, Fort Worth, TX. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 2; 7; 10; 11; 12; 13; 18; 22.


9:00am - 10:00am:

(78)Gang Ethics 101 - Don’t Shoot the Messenger", by Kenneth Davis, Graffiti/Gang Specialist & Private Investigator, Yonkers, NY. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 10; 12; 17; 28.


10:00am - 11:00am:

(57) “National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Off Line Search”, by Grant E. Smith, FBI, CJIS Division, TSEU/NCIC, Clarksburg, WV. GRANT PARK. Ts: 1; 3; 12; 13; 20; 25.

(56) “History of Gang Research: Ivory Tower Meets Street Corner Cop”, by Keiron McConnell, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Faculty of Arts, Professor of Criminology, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. ONTARIO. Ts: 1; 12; 21.

(15) “Exploring the Relationship Between Psychopathy and Gang Membership: Implications for Offender Management and Interventions”, by Dr. Sally-Ann Ashton, Lecturer, Psychosocial Analysis of Offending Behavior, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, England. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 2; 7; 10; 18; 22; 26.

(36) “Correctional Intelligence and Street Crime Investigations”, by Captain Philip J. Swift, Ph.D., Municipal Courts, City Marshall Division, Fort Worth, TX. ERIE. Ts: 1; 4; 13; 21.

 

10:00am - 12:00pm:

(14)   “A Brief Introduction to Some of the Basics of Midwest Graffiti Identification and Analysis: An Instructional Workshop (Part 2 of a 3 Part Series)”, by Robert Mulvaney, M.A., Gang Specialist, NGCRC Staff. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 4; 5; 7; 8; 10; 11; 12; 16; 17; 20; 22; 25; 29.

(65) “Historical RICO Investigations — The Lake Boyz: A Unique Solution to a Historical Problem”, by James D. Miller, Assistant State Attorney, 20th Judicial Circuit, Fort Myers, FL; and Leena Marcos, Assistant State Attorney, 20th Judicial Circuit, Fort Myers, FL. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 1; 4; 20; 21.


11:00am - 12:00pm:

(32) “Modern Policing - Under Fire: The Fall of Rome: The end of law enforcement as we know it?”, by Todd D. Negola, Psy.D., Gang Consultant, NGCRC. ONTARIO. Ts: 7; 12; 28.

(43) “Prosecuting MS-13 Leaders for Transnational Terrorism Offenses? The Ranfla Nacional and ‘Blue’ Federal Prosecutions as a Paradigm Shift in the Federal Government”, by Stephen L. Nelson, Assistant United States Attorney, District of Utah; Stewart M. Young, Assistant United States Attorney, District of Utah. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 6; 14; 2; 23.

(104) “Supervising Gang Members in the Community”, by Frederick Gray, Instructor, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center; and U.S. Courts, Summerville, SC. ERIE. Ts: 2; 10; 12.

            

12:00pm - 1:00pm:

(26) “The Christian Gang Specialist Reception”, by Robert Mulvaney, NGCRC Staff. GRANT PARK. Ts: 10; 11; 18; 22; 30.


1:00pm - 2:00pm:

(9) “The MS-13: A Workshop to Discuss the Impact and Response to the Violence by Foreign National Gangs in U.S. Communities", by Robert Mulvaney, M.A., Gang Specialist, NGCRC Staff. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 2; 6; 13; 15; 20; 22; 23; 25.

(61) “Federal Gang Prosecution in a Post-First Step Act World: Discussing the Impact of Federal Criminal Justice Reform as it Relates to Gang Members”, by Stephen L. Nelson, Assistant United States Attorney, District of Utah; Stewart M. Young, Assistant United States Attorney, District of Utah. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 6; 21.

(104) “Supervising Gang Members in the Community”, by Frederick Gray, Instructor, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center; and U.S. Courts, Summerville, SC. GRANT PARK. Ts: 2; 10; 12.


1:00pm - 2:30pm:

(109) “From Zip Guns to Ghost Guns”, by Dr. Gregg W. Etter Sr., Ed.D., Professor of Criminal Justice, University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO; and Pricila Avila, Graduate Student, Dept. Of Criminal Justice University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO. Ts: 1; 3; 4; 6; 9; 13.


1:00pm - 3:00pm:

(42) “Veterans Issues for Law Enforcement”, by Todd D. Negola, Psy.D., Gang Consultant, NGCRC. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 7; 12.

(70) “Gang Mapping 201: Theory and Praxis ”, by D. Lee Gilbertson, Ph.D., NGCRC Staff and Associate Professor, Criminal Justice Studies, St. Cloud State University, St. Cloud, MN. ONTARIO. Ts: 1; 12; 27.


2:00pm - 3:00pm:

(76) The Graffiti Identity 2 - Prolific Writers & Crews", by Kenneth Davis, Graffiti/Gang Specialist & Private Investigator, Yonkers, NY. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 4; 19; 7; 9; 20; 28. 29;

(101) “Prosecution of a Participation in a Criminal Gang Case From Inception to Conviction”, by Maggie Koch, Assistant Prosecuting Attorney, Lucas County Prosecutor’s Office, Toledo, OH. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 1; 21.

 

3:00pm - 4:00pm:

(59) “Prison Gangs: A Global Overview”, by Mitchel P. Roth, Ph.D., Professor of Criminal Justice and Criminology, Sam Houston State University, Houston, TX. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 13; 16; 20; 23; 24.

 

3:00pm - 4:30pm:

(97) Project Lifeline: A Panel Discussion With Former Gang Members”, by Tom Schneider, Director, Project Lifeline, Chicago, IL. ONTARIO. Ts: 2; 5; 16; 18; 22.


3:00pm - 5:00pm:

(44) “Training for Trainers: The Development of Your Own Gang Presentation”, by Todd D. Negola, Psy.D., Gang Consultant, NGCRC. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 10; 12; 28.

(90) “Victimology: Coping with Gang Homicide”, by Douglas L. Semark, Ph.D., Special Executive to the Board and Chief Learning Officer, Gang Alternatives Program; Director, Gangfree Life Academy®; Chair, UCLA/RAND Prevention Research CAB; Los Angeles, CA. ERIE. Ts: 5; 7; 10; 17; 18; 22.

(64) “How to Start a Gang Court in Your County”, by Cobb County Georgia’s Presiding Juvenile Court Judge, Wayne Grannis, Marietta, GA. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 5; 11; 16; 18; 21; 22.

(107) “Gang Involvement Within Child Sex Trafficking Cases: The NCMEC Perspective and Analytical Resources for Law Enforcement”, by Sara Palmer, Senior Analyst, Child Sex Trafficking Team, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC), Alexandria, VA. Restricted Attendance CJS agency staff. GRANT PARK. Ts: 1; 6; 7; 9; 26.


4:00pm - 5:00pm:

(28) “Gang Threat Awareness: An Attempt to Assist with the Overall Violence Proofing of a Learning Environment”, by Robert Mulvaney, M.A., Gang Specialist, NGCRC Staff. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 5; 11; 16; 17; 18; 22.

 

5:00pm - 6:00pm:

(45) “The Law Enforcement, Prosecution, and Corrections Networking Reception”, by, Kenneth Davis, Gregg W. Etter Sr., and Robert Mulvaney, NGCRC Staff. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 2; 13, 16; 21..

 


Wednesday, August 3, 2022:


7:00am - 8:00am:

(38) “The NCIC Violent Person File”, by Grant E. Smith, FBI, CJIS Division, CTAP/NCIC, Clarksburg, WV. MILLENIUM. Ts: 1; 3; 12; 13; 20; 25.


8:00am - 9:00am:

(49) “Critical Incident Management and the First Responder”, by Todd D. Negola, Psy.D., Gang Consultant, NGCRC. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 1; 5; 7; 12; 13; 14; 25.

(81) Online Resources - Communication & Search Tools”, by Kenneth Davis, Graffiti/Gang Specialist & Private Investigator, Yonkers, NY. ONTARIO. Ts: 1; 4; 9; 19; 20; 28.

(88) “The Cost of Dropping Out and Gang Joining in Los Angeles”, by Douglas L. Semark, Ph.D., Special Executive to the Board and Chief Learning Officer, Gang Alternatives Program; Director, Gangfree Life Academy®; Chair, UCLA/RAND Prevention Research CAB; Los Angeles, CA. ERIE. Ts: 2; 5; 10; 16; 17; 22.

(46) “The Need for Insider Research: The Opportunities and Challenges of Doing Research Within Your Own Agency”, by Keiron McConnell, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Faculty of Arts, Professor of Criminology, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 1; 12.


8:00am - 9:30am:

(11) “Bigger than Black and Blue: Candid Conversations About Race, Equity, and Community Collaboration”, by Robert T. David Sr., Youth Gang Violence Prevention Coordinator, Danville, VA and Scott C. Booth, Chief of Police, Danville Police Department, Danville, VA. ERIE. Ts: 10; 11; 22.


8:00am - 10:00am:

(18) “Understanding and Preparation for the Interview of a Suspected Gang/Threat Group Member: A Workshop on Asking, Listening and Assessing Information”, by Robert Mulvaney, M.A., Gang Specialist, NGCRC Staff. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 2; 5; 7; 10; 12; 13; 16; 17; 20; 22; 25; 30.


9:00am - 10:00am:

(103) “Nonclinical Trauma-Informed Care in Gang Prevention”, by Douglas L. Semark, Ph.D., Special Executive to the Board and Chief Learning Officer, Gang Alternatives Program; Director, Gangfree Life Academy®; Chair, UCLA/RAND Prevention Research CAB; Los Angeles, CA. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 2; 5; 7; 10; 16; 17; 22.

(23) “Understanding the Narrative Offending Roles and Emotions of Juvenile Gang Members: Implications for Gang Programs”, by Dr. Sally-Ann Ashton, Lecturer, Psychosocial Analysis of Offending Behavior, Edge Hill University, Ormskirk, England. ONTARIO. Ts:2; 7; 10; 18; 22.

(102) “South Asian Gangs: Evolution of South Asian Gangsters and Their Impact Globally”, by Sgt. Raj Jaswal, Vancouver Police Department, Vancouver, Canada. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 1; 4; 6; 23.


9:30am - 11:00am:

(73) “The Global Growth of Nationalism”, by D. Lee Gilbertson, Ph.D., NGCRC Staff and Executive Editor, Journal of Gang Research. ERIE. Ts: 1; 19; 20; 23; 24.

            

10:00am - 12:00pm:

(30)  “A Brief Introduction to Some of the Basics of West Coast Graffiti Identification and Analysis: An Instructional Workshop (Part 3 of a 3 Part Series)”, by Robert Mulvaney, M.A., Gang Specialist, NGCRC Staff. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 4; 5; 7; 8; 10; 11; 12; 16; 17; 20; 22; 25; 29; 30. 

(31)Burnout in Blue: Exploring Burnout in Law Enforcement and Related Careers”, by Todd D. Negola, Psy.D., Gang Consultant, NGCRC. ONTARIO. Ts: 7; 12; 18.

(50) “Better Intel and Prevention: Monitoring Gang Problems in Bars and Nightclubs”, by Keiron McConnell, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Faculty of Arts, Professor of Criminology, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 1; 21; 22; 23.

(99) “The Targeted Killing of Police Officers by Gangs in El Salvador: A Current Trend in Criminal Tactics”, by Aaron Cunningham, Police Officer/OSIG, CPIC Fusion Center, Chicago Police Department, Chicago, IL; Luis Alonso Montalvo Flores, Policia Nacional Civil, El Salvador; and Lt. Lawrence Lujan, El Paso Police Department, El Paso, TX. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 1; 3; 4; 14; 23. 


12:00pm - 1:00pm: On your own for lunch — remember to check over your evaluation form to make sure you have marked off all your session attendance hours.

 

1:00pm - 2:00pm:

(77) A Basic Street Gangs Investigation", by Kenneth Davis, Graffiti/Gang Specialist & Private Investigator, Yonkers, NY. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 4; 7; 9; 19; 20; 28; 29.

(83) “Glenmob, Salty Gangsters and Northern Exposure”: A Discussion of State/Federal Cooperation in the Context of Investigating and Prosecuting a Hybrid Gang”, by Stephen L. Nelson, Assistant United States Attorney, District of Utah; Stewart M. Young, Assistant United States Attorney, District of Utah. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 1; 4; 6; 9; 19; 21; 28.

(106) “Effective Gang and Gang Violence Prevention Strategies: A Template for Success”, by Shanduke McPhatter, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, Gangstas Making Astronomical Community Changes, Inc, Brooklyn, NY. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 10; 11; 12; 22.

 

1:00pm - 3:00pm:

(7) “Tactical Interviewing: Interviewing the Criminal Mind”, by Todd D. Negola, Psy.D., Gang Consultant, NGCRC. ONTARIO. Ts: 1; 7; 8; 18.

(66) “Sovereign Citizen Investigation and Prosecution”, by James D. Miller, Assistant State Attorney, 20th Judicial Circuit, Fort Myers, FL. ERIE. Ts: 1; 14; 20; 21; 24.


2:00pm - 3:00pm:

(85) “Using RICO to Attack Hybrid Gangs”, by Michael Tabarrok, Deputy Chief Assistant District Attorney, Albany, GA. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 4; 21.

(105) “Coordinating Your Response: A Discussion of State/Federal Cooperation in the Context of Officer-Involved Critical Incidents Involving Violent Gang Members”, by Stephen L. Nelson, Assistant United States Attorney, District of Utah; Stewart M. Young, Assistant United States Attorney, District of Utah. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 12; 21; 25.


2:00pm - 3:30pm:

(82) “The Graffiti Identity 3: Meeting of the Minds”, by Kenneth Davis, Graffiti/Gang Specialist & Private Investigator, Yonkers, NY. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 1; 4; 7; 9; 19; 20; 28; 29.

             

3:00pm - 4:00pm:

(63)  “How to Develop, Select and Train a Diverse STG Intelligence Team in a Jail/Prison Environment”, by Robert Mulvaney, M.A., Gang/Specialist, NGCRC Staff. MILLENIUM PARK. Ts: 1; 2; 6; 8; 9; 12; 13; 15; 16; 19; 20; 21; 25; 29.

(57) “National Crime Information Center (NCIC) Off Line Search”, by Grant E. Smith, FBI, CJIS Division, TSEU/NCIC, Clarksburg, WV. ERIE. Ts: 1; 3; 12; 13; 20; 25.

(55) “Exploring the Role of Military Veterans in the Policing of Gangs: Preliminary Research Results”, by Sally-Ann Ashton, Senior Lecturer, Edge Hill University, England, and Wilmer Moran, Corporal, Military Liaison, Office of Constable Alan Rosen, Harris County Constables Office Precinct 1, Houston, TX. ONTARIO. Ts: 2; 10; 11; 25.


3:00pm - 5:00pm:

(93) “Project Imagine: Community Violence Intervention and the Impact of Outreach Workers as Credible Messengers”, by Robert T. David Sr., Youth and Gang Violence Prevention Coordinator, Danville, VA; with panelists Curtis Artis, Shakeva Frazier, and Reginald Jeffries, Outreach Workers, City of Danville, VA. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 2; 10; 11; 22.

 

3:30pm - 5:00pm:

(71) “Share What You’ve Learned with Other Professionals”, by D. Lee Gilbertson, Ph.D., NGCRC Staff and Executive Editor, Journal of Gang Research. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 10; 12.

 

4:00pm - 5:00pm: 

(80) “Off the Wall — A Graffiti Art Program”, by Kenneth Davis, Graffiti/Gang Specialist & Private Investigator, Yonkers, NY. CHICAGO BALLROOM. Ts: 7; 11; 18; 19; 22; 29.

(35) “Protecting Health Care Facilities From Gang Violence”, by Keiron McConnell, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Faculty of Arts, Professor of Criminology, Surrey, British Columbia, Canada. LINCOLN PARK. Ts: 7; 12; 22; 25.

            

5:00pm: ALL TRAINING IS OVER WITH. TRAINING ROOMS NOW BEING EVACUATED.

 

5:00pm-6:00pm:

PROCEED DIRECTLY TO THE NGCRC OPERATIONS CENTER TO SUBMIT YOUR EVALUATION FORM TO THE NGCRC STAFF.

PICK UP YOUR CERTIFICATES IN THE OPERATIONS CENTER NOTE: HAVE YOUR EVALUATION FORM READY TO BE EXAMINED (hours counted) BY OPERATIONS CENTER SUPERVISORS (Maria & Irene) TO SEE IF YOU HAVE COMPLETED THE MINIMUM HOURS REQUIRED (24 overall, at least 4 of which are in your Training Track).

 

After 6:00pm: NGCRC staff have gone. Your Evaluation Form is still important. If you forgot, can you please mail your Evaluation Form to the NGCRC?

 

WE WISH YOU SAFE TRAVEL ON YOUR RETURN HOME. WE HOPE WE SEE YOU NEXT YEAR.

 

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