On October 22-23 and October 24-26, the Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologists International (CSIDTI) will hold a training conference at the Long Beach Hilton, titled, ‘Technology at the Waters Edge 2012.‘
Long Beach Hilton: 701 West Ocean Blvd., Long Beach, CA 90802
Limited to the first 75 registered attendees.
October 22, 23: Diver Physics Safe Diving Operations
October 24, 25, 26: Forensics and CSI Diver Technologists
Lunch – Buffet and Plate
Comprehensive Workbook and related material.
Certificate of Completion with CEs
Registration is now open.
See here for additional information: http://www.csidti.org/Conference1012.html
Conference Learning Objectives
After participation in the 2012 CSIDT International Conference, attendees will be able to:
- Describe best practices based in science and innovations that may contribute to their own professional practice, Safe Diving Practices and Safe Diving Operations.
- Discriminate the role of the CSI and CSIDT in the changing Investigative procedures and protocols as it relates to the interdisciplinary team and excellence in Forensic Science
- Identify the leadership requisites from Recreational Diver to Crime Scene Investigator Diver Technologist that transform the practice environment’s quality and momentum in achieving positive and Safe investigation outcomes.
- Evaluate strategies that maximize the potential of the Diver Technologists practices, related to Professional and Ethical Standards.
The mission statement of CSIDTI is: to provide professional Training regarding Safe Diving Operations and Underwater Forensics Crime Scene Investigations. To accomplish this goal, it is necessary to implement a mission specific crime scene investigator-Diver Technologist job description. The implementation of specialized procedures which meet and exceed the needs of police, fire, private investigators and attorneys is an integral part of this program.
Conference organizer Mack House is a long-time law enforcement officer and Underwater Crime Scene Investigator Technician with over 1,095 logged dives and has designed a two-manned submarine for use in underwater forensics, as well as written 3 textbooks on underwater crime scene investigation, the most recent, titled, ‘C.S.I.D.T. Textbook and Diver Safety.‘
He is also an active member of the International Crime Scene Investigators Association- www.icsia.org and an expert in Forensics: www.feinc.net
For more information please contact:
Mack S. House Jr.