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2021 FBI California
Law Enforcement Executive Development Seminar


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Conference Agenda


September 13, 2021 Update

POST Credit
The FBI has revised the POST filing to account for the conference being 100% virtual. Please CLICK HERE to download the Evaluation and Attendance form. This form must be completed and returned to Christina Young at cyoung2@fbi.gov no later than 5:00 PM PST on September 20. 2021 for you to receive credit for the sessions you attended. If you have any questions regarding POST, please direct them to Christina.

Hotel Reservations
If you had a reservation at the hotel and never checked in, your reservation should have been automatically cancelled without charge. If you did check into the hotel and left early, either because we notified you or due to the evacuation order, you should only be charged for the night(s) you were in the hotel. If you have any charges from the hotel that you were not expecting, please first call the hotel at 530-544-5400. If you are unable to resolve the issue with the hotel, please contact Joe Smith at joe@fbinaacc.com.


Monday, August 30, 2021


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9:00 AM Registration (Will remain open throughout the conference daily)
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom Prefunction

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12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Opening Ceremony
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom

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1:00 PM – 2:30 PM The Contigo Murders
Presented By: FBI SA Jeff Cugno with Julissa Trapp, Jeff Mundy and John Duran from Anaheim PD
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom

Session Description: In March of 2014, the Anaheim Police Department responded to a report of a dead body on a conveyer belt at a trash facility. This report launched an intensive investigation that led to the arrest of two registered sex offenders for the murders and rapes of five women who had been kidnapped from Orange County streets while working as prostitutes.

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2:30 PM – 3:00 PM Networking Break

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3:00 PM – 5:00 PM The Contigo Murders - Continued

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5:00 PM Free Evening



Tuesday, August 31, 2021


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7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Breakfast (included with your room)
Location: Atrium

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8:00 AM – 9:50 AM What Has Happened to Public Safety in California?
Presented By: Former Sacramento AUSA McGregor Scott
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom

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9:50 AM – 10:10 AM Networking Break

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10:10 AM – 12:00 PM What’s the real story behind the rise in homicides and shootings?
Presented By: Capt. Paul Vernon, LAPD (ret), CompStat Division
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom

Session Description: Between 1990 and 2019 Los Angeles homicides averaged a 5% drop per year, from a high of nearly 1100 to a low of under 250. Indeed, 2019 had seen the lowest homicide rate since 1962 (6.4 / 100k). Then came 2020 and everything changed; homicides jumped 38% in one year, surpassing the 300-mark for the first time in 10 years. Capt. Paul Vernon looks at a variety of factors to explain the unprecedented rise in homicides and shootings in the face of other violent crimes and property crimes dropping. While the prevailing explanations include COVID, class strain, racism, the economy, and ineffective policing, Capt. Vernon will show how the rise in violence is a simple matter of changed expectations. His presentation will show how agencies can better analyze the myriad policing factors and provide more effective context on crime, violence, police-stops and use of force, in order to counter the dangerous myths that have pervaded American society and led to dangerous policy changes.

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12:00 PM – 1:00 PM Lunch
Location: Atrium 2

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1:00 PM – 2:45 PM What is Happening to Law Enforcement?
Presented By: Eugene Ramirez, Esq.
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom

Session Description: Coming Soon

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2:45 PM – 3:15 PM Networking Break

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3:15 PM – 5:00 PM What is Happening to Law Enforcement? - Continued

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5:00 PM Free Evening



Wednesday, September 1, 2021


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7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Breakfast (included with your room)
Location: Atrium

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8:00 AM – 9:00 AM Investigative Genealogy (IG) as an Identity Resolution Technique
Presented By: FBI Los Angeles SA Amy Whitman
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom

Session Description: Investigative Genealogy (“IG”) is an emerging investigative technique utilized in cases to identify an unknown offender through DNA. The IG technique can identify potentially any offender with a genealogical match (relative) in commercial DNA databases used for genealogy. Crime scene DNA is used to develop a SNP (single nucleotide polymorphism) profile that can be uploaded into commercial genealogy databases to help identify relatives of the offender. This technique can also be used to identify an unknown victim. IG has been cited by numerous media outlets as the biggest innovation in law enforcement in over 30 years. The Los Angeles IG Team has solved over 35 cases in the last two years.

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9:00 AM – 9:15 AM Networking Break

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9:15 AM - 11:15 AM Extortion, Data Breaches, and Cyber Attacks on Police Departments
Presented By: FBI Los Angeles SA Ron Manuel
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom

Session Description: Police departments and emergency services are increasingly suffering from cyber extortions, data breaches, and other cyber attacks that are directly impacting the personnel in those departments and public safety overall. Supervisory Special Agent Ron Manuel from the FBI Los Angeles Cyber Task Force will detail the scope of the cyber threat we face today, provide an overview of the role of the FBI and U.S. Government in combatting cyber threats, and what organizations can do to better protect itself from the onslaught of today's cyber attacks.

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11:15 PM – 12:30 PM Lunch
Location: Atrium 2

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12:30 PM – 2:30 PM "2020 Portland Protests and Civil Disorder - Executive Takeaways" - Overview of events and discussion of strategic considerations and factors relevant to public safety agencies
Presented By: Renn Cannon, former Special Agent in Charge, FBI Portland Division
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom

Session Description: Leveraging firsthand experience and broad research, this presentation briefly introduces a strategic framework and provides an overview of the extended Portland protests and civil disorder. In addition to rounding out often incomplete media narratives of events, this overview describes increasingly common extremist tactics. Following the overview, the session will focus on facilitated discussion of key strategic and tactical considerations including obtaining unified effort vertically and horizontally; media/social media impacts; tactics and goals of domestic extremist groups; and leadership factors to sustaining morale and effectiveness.

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2:30 PM – 3:00 PM Networking Break

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3:00 PM – 5:00 PM Officer Safety Awareness Training (OSAT)
Presented By: Liaison Specialist Philip Wright
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom

Session Description: This training provides an in-depth analysis of four research studies conducted through the OSAT program. The objectives of these studies were to identify elements in certain situations, which ultimately led to the felonious deaths and assaults of police officers. Demographic and behavioral descriptors of the victim officers and the offenders were developed and will be presented. Lecture and discussion are augmented by video recordings of the victim law enforcement officers and the offenders. The presented interviews and research findings allow the audience to take a close look at why our nation’s law enforcement professionals are being assaulted and killed feloniously or accidentally, with a focus on prevention.

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6:00 PM Free Evening



Thursday, September 2, 2021


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7:00 AM – 8:00 AM Breakfast (included with your room)
Location: Atrium

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8:00 AM – 12:00 PM Culture, Communications & Crisis
Presented By: Judy Pal, Former Assistant Commissioner, NYPD and Principal, 10-8 Communications
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom

Session Description: This session is tailored to executive leadership and focuses on the importance of communication and image development for law enforcement. The session will cover the needs and motivations of traditional news media, strategies for message management for both traditional and social media, and best practices for communicating in crisis. Strategies for crisis communications planning and early response (narrative-setting) through traditional and social media, as well as rumor control to help ensure accurate and timely messages are conveyed will be discussed.

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1:00 PM – 5:00 PM High Value Detainee Interrogation Group: Science-based Interview and Interrogation
Presented By: SA Tom Ropel
Location: Queen of the Lake Ballroom

Session Description: TBA

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5:00 PM Conference Concludes - Thank you for coming!



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