Free Webinar - Tips and Case Studies on Placing the Suspect Behind the Keyboard

I had coffee with a detective (ie...consulted on a case....) to discuss his case where tying a person to one specific device was necessary for criminal charges in an overly complex investigation.  There were a few things I learned and a few things he learned because of our talk.  I think it would beneficial to talk about some of the things we discussed in a webinar to pass along tidbits that can help others.

Not to take up a lot of your time, but how about a half hour of talking about placing a suspect behind a device?   I want the webinar to be live in order to take as many questions as I can squeeze in, while also packing in as much as I can in half an hour.  If you'd like to attend, register here: http://brettshavers.cc/index.php/events/event/23-webinar-free-placing-the-suspect-behind-keyboard-tips-and-case-studies.  SIDE NOTE:  There will be a bonus in the webinar that most likely be of interest to you.

 

The webinar is scheduled for Oct 17 at 11:00am (PST).   The webinar will be limited by virtue of the platform I'm using so if you want to get in, register early.  Given enough registrations, I may do a second webinar on the same topic afterward.  And if you do register, have some questions ready or even send them in advance (email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) so I can be sure to cover as many of the questions as I can.  Or just listen in.  This topic applies to both criminal and civil cases, so whether your job is to have a person arrested (or vindicated) or an employee fired (or retained), the tips apply equally.

As I have always said and believed, keep looking for that one thing that can make your case or save you minutes or even weeks of work.  Once you find that one thing, you will crush your cases as if they were Styrofoam cups.  Tip: that "one thing" is different for everyone, but we all need it to be successful.  Those are the things I want to talk about and share.


And here is one tip you can use:  Get your mind in the game.  This is easier said than done.  You can tell yourself every day to do it, but it won't work unless you know how to do it.  Just saying it doesn't work.  But once you do get your mind in the game, you will be the master of that game.  By 'game', of course I mean your job or the task at hand.  When you can create laser beam focus on a task, you will own it.   I drill this concept with the ways to do it in every talk I do.  It's that important because if your mind is in the game, you can do anything.

**** Update -Oct 17 *****

I'll have one more webinar session, limited to 50 attendees.  Details to be posted soon.

 

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Thursday, 19 October 2017