Interpreters Guide to Understanding Weapons and Cyber Technologies
Presenter: Christopher J. Perini, BS (Business Management), Former Special Agent (AFOSI), Former NC Police Sergeant with over twenty-one (21) years of demonstrated growth and success in the government and private sectors. Mr. Perini’s professional experience encompasses military, federal law enforcement and local law enforcement. His investigative experience has taken him throughout the United States and overseas focusing on criminal investigations, counterintelligence investigations, and protective service operations. Since 2007, he has specialized in computer and mobile device forensics and investigations. He is a certified computer and mobile device forensic examiner and holds additional certifications in ethical hacking and social media investigations. Most recently Mr. Perini has successfully designed, implemented and managed cyber forensic laboratories aboard and within the United States.
This presentation will provide participants with the knowledge, understanding and nomenclature of weapons and cyber technologies they may come into contact with during interpreting or translation service.
Participants will gain a solid understanding of these systems allowing for accurate and efficient interpreting of reports and oral testimony.
Pending approval for Nevada, Utah, and California CEUs, and ATA CEPs
Early-Bird Discount Deadline: February 22, 2019
Until then: NITA Members $50/Non-members $75
After February 22, through March 8, 2019
Admission fee: NITA Members $75/Non-members $100
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Office of the Federal Public Defender
411 E. Bonneville Avenue
1st floor, Conference room
Las Vegas, NV 89101
All registrations must be done online. There will be no registration on the day of the seminar itself.
Bookings are closed for this event.