2012 Asset Protection Conference


These workshops will take place on Wednesday, March 14, 2012, from 9:30 am - 4:00 pm. All conference attendees are welcome and encouraged to attend the workshops after the closing session. Conference attendees will have the opportunity to sign-up for one of the workshops listed below during the online registration process.
If you would like to participate in one of the Wednesday workshops, but are unable to attend the entire conference, you may register for only a workshop (which includes access to the closing keynote speaker on Wednesday morning) for a nominal fee. Registration for the workshops ONLY will be available by early November.

*All workshops are eligible for Continued Education Units (CEU's).
Please review the options below prior to registering, as you may only choose one workshop to attend.
1) Advanced Internet Intelligence Training
Instructor: Cynthia Hetherington, MLS, MSM
  • Learn how to uncover valuable information from public and private online databases, social networks, and Web 2.0 applications. Understand the full range of online investigative tools and techniques in order to conduct thorough, fully-rounded investigations.

    *The Seminar includes valuable handouts and a Course Guidebook. This Guidebook will become an invaluable tool for everyone from occasional to full time online research professionals.
2) Advanced Interview & Interrogation Techniques
Instructor: Wayne Hoover, CFI
  • During this interactive session, participants will springboard to the next level of expertise by interacting with new ideas and strategies to resolve cases and obtain confessions. This workshop involves role playing, supporting theory and the application of carefully thought out techniques and practical ideas.

3) Active Shooter: Readiness, Response and Recovery
Instructor: Randy Spivey, CEO
  • Participants will learn response options to survive the unthinkable, how to train others and how to establish or refine an Active Shooter Prevention Plan within their own organization. Internal and external dangers that define a potential Active Shooter threat are also addressed, as well as early warning signs and effective prevention strategies.  It is possible to survive an Active Shooter incident if you know how to respond.

    *All participants will receive a complimentary copy of the CPPS Active Shooter Response Planning Guide along with a student note-taking guide.

4) Techniques of Risk Management
Instructor: Chris Mendel, RIMS
  • A comprehensive look at risk management, this workshop includes risk assessment, control and mitigation strategies, and mechanisms to identify and transfer risk and assess the best coverage.
  • This is an excellent primer as well as refresher for risk professionals who want to stay on top of the latest trends in risk management. By understanding the quantitative and qualitative analysis to identify and assess risks, participants will be better equipped to identify solutions using proven techniques to manage and control risk within their organizations.
Questions? Contact Rhett Asher at rasher@fmi.org or 202.220.0774.