*Additional $14.99 Service Fee Per Night (Includes Scheduled Transportation To and From Airport, Shuttle to strip, Work-out Center, and In Room Internet Access)
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COURSE REGISTRATION FEE: $575.00 Includes all training materials, and a Certificate of Completion.
Sergeant Paul A. Villaverde, is a law enforcement supervisor within a law enforcement agency in Miami-Dade County. He has served its citizens for over 23 years. Sergeant Villaverde has a vast amount of work experience, knowledge and training derived from his work and supervisory assignments, which include: the Professional Compliance Bureau, Homicide Bureau, Robbery Bureau, Narcotics Bureau, Warrants Bureau, and Crime Suppression Team. Sergeant Villaverde currently supervises a Homicide Bureau Cold Case Unit, and is an active member of the Special Response Hostage Negotiator Team.
Sergeant Villaverde possesses a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice Management and has a professional and practical background in law enforcement supervision and investigations. His practical knowledge and experience is rooted in him from the positions and assignments he has held.
Sergeant Villaverde has served as an instructor concerning several investigative level subjects, and has been teaching for over nine years. He is sought out to instruct Internal Affairs School, Homicide School, and has previously instructed Robbery Bureau Investigations Classes and General Investigations Schools. He utilizes a dynamic approach to instruction that includes student participation and thought provoking problem solving methods relative to today’s law enforcement professional. Sergeant Villaverde proudly served as an elected Board of Director for the Dade County Police Benevolent Association, (PBA) for over ten years, and currently remains a proud member of the PBA.
Professor Don V. Haley runs the Criminal Justice program at Tidewater Community College’s Virginia Beach Campus. Professor Haley’s ability to combine theory with practicality arises from his vast educational and work experience in the areas of law enforcement. Professor Haley’s educational background consists of a BA in Criminology (Cum Laude) from Saint Leo College, an MPA in Justice Administration (4.0 GPA) from Troy State University, as well as other post graduate research methods courses. Don Haley is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps. He also served as a correctional officer at Saint Brides Correctional Institute, a Virginia Beach deputy sheriff, Chesapeake and Virginia Beach police officer, and Virginia Beach police detective. In 1995, Don received the “Detective of the Year Award” for the 4th precinct, with the Virginia Beach Police Department. Don served as an adjunct professor at Virginia Wesleyan College from 1997-2008 in their criminal justice program. Don was “Voir dired” as an expert witness on a capital murder case in the 34th Judicial District Court in El Paso, Texas in 2008. Professor Haley’s law enforcement recognitions include the “Chamber of Commerce” award, Drug Enforcement Incentive Award, two Class Act awards, two Star Performer awards, and others. Professor Haley works contractually with theDistance Education Accrediting Commission, serving as a subject matter expert in criminal justice.
Professor Haley has researched and taught college students, law enforcement agencies, military personnel, business corporations, NCAA college athletes, and medical personnel in the latest advancements in the areas of neuroscience, brain chemistry, and psychology. Professor Haley reveals significant insight into the brain and its impact on behavior and cognitive functions in human beings.
Dayle Hinman is a renowned and celebrated criminal profiler and homicide investigator whose career spanned over 26 years as a sworn law enforcement officer in the State of Florida. Dayle was formally trained in criminal profiling at the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Behavioral Science Unit at Quantico, Virginia. She has successfully investigated hundreds of crimes perpetrated by murderers, rapists and sexual offenders including serial killers, Aileen Wuornos, Danny Rolling, Rory Conde, Francisco del Junco, and Ted Bundy. She is a court certified expert in Crime Scene Assessment and lectures nationally and internationally on Criminal Profiling, Crime Scene Analysis, Threat Assessment and Serial Offenders. She lectured and instructed at the National College of District Attorneys, Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, US Department of State, American Academy of Forensic Science, Naval Criminal Investigative Service, Illinois and Missouri Coroners and Medical Examiners Associations, universities and numerous federal, state and local police agencies. Dayle is a Fellow of the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. She hosted “Body of Evidence: From the Case Files of Dayle Hinman” on forensics networks, Court TV, TruTV and the Justice Network. Dayle is a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR).
Rod Englert, Chief Deputy (Retired) Chief Deputy (Retired) Rod Englert, a 50-year veteran of law enforcement, retired as Commander of the Operations Division, Multnomah County Sheriff's Office, Portland, Oregon, in 1995. He started his career with the Downey, California Police Department after graduating from the Los Angeles Police Academy. In 1969 Chief Deputy Englert moved to Portland, Oregon and joined the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office. A large portion of Chief Deputy Englert's career has been associated with working major crimes, narcotics and homicide. His expertise is in the area of homicide crime scene reconstruction and blood spatter interpretation. After retirement, he became a member of the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office Cold Case Homicide Team.
Rod Englert received a Bachelor's degree in Police Administration from California State University at Los Angeles. He is a graduate of the FBI National Academy, where he was President of the 159th Session.
Chief Deputy Englert has conducted over 600 lectures and training seminars on managing criminal investigations, solving unresolved homicides, blood spatter interpretation and crime scene reconstruction to law enforcement personnel, district attorneys and private attorneys in 35 states as well as in Canada, Russia, England, France, Portugal, and South America. He has consulted in over 460 homicides in the United States and Canada. He has testified and is a qualified court expert in crime scene reconstruction and blood pattern analysis in 26 states.
Englert is a member of the International Homicide Investigator’s Association; several states’ Homicide Investigator’s Associations; a Fellow, Distinguished Member, President (2001/2002), and Chairman of the Board (2002-2003) of the Association of Crime Scene Reconstructionists; a Fellow in the American Academy of Forensic Sciences; and is Past-President of the International Association of Blood Pattern Analysts. He has received the Lecturer of Merit and Distinguished Faculty Awards from the National College of District Attorneys.
Rod Englert is the author of Blood Secrets: Chronicles of a Crime Scene Reconstructionist
Pre-Payment is not required to register or attend IN-PERSON seminars. Pre-payment is required for WEBINARS and ONLINE COURSES.
David W. Rivers will focus on Cold Case Homicides and the Three Phases of Homicide Investigation:
Crime Scene, Follow-up, Case and Courtroom Preparation.
He will cover various types of death investigations.
Tom Martin will focus on the importance of the Homicide Crime Scene Reconstruction through
the use of Blood Pattern Analysis, the application of DNA to Homicide and Death Scene
Investigations, and Serial Murder Investigation.
Mike J. Coker will focus on officers and other helping professionals who will be presented with ideas and techniques to assist
them in investigating domestic/family homicides. This course of instruction will include spouse and child homicide investigations.
Each day in the U.S., between 5 and 11 women are Killed by a male intimate partner, between 1800
and 4000 per year. In the United States, women are more likely to be killed by their male intimate partners than all other homicide categories
combined. The Violence Against Women Act in 1994 was key legislation to curb domestic homicides.
David W. Rivers will focus on Procedural Issues in the Use of Deadly Force, Case Law, Subject and Witness
Officer’s Rights, and Garrity Issues.