GOOD NEWS, BAD NEWS
A photo From The April NAIS Conference In Austin
NAIS INVESTIGATIVE TECHNOLOGY CONVENTION FEATURED
TOP INVESTIGATIVE SPEAKERS TEACHING
THE LATEST HARDCORE
TECHNOLOGY AND TRENDS
First, there is some bad news, good news
and an important warning.
If You were not in Austin, Texas the last weekend in April, you
lost out on
one of the best investigative conferences put on by NAIS to date.
The best way to describe it is a knowledge-packed investigative
adrenaline rush revealing amazing investigative solutions with
tons of give-a-ways!
The next NAIS conference will be in Las Vegas in the fall of 1999
so watch the NAIS web site for more details!
If your health condition does not permit the intake of the kind
knowledge-packed investigative power that causes massive adrenaline
these seminars could be hazardous to your health!
MORE GOOD NEWS!
If you missed the 1999 April Conference, you can still obtain
the post convention training package that covers almost all of
Adrenaline rushing information presented. It's not like being
there in person but it's the next best thing!
Click here for information
HERE IS A FEW QUOTES FROM
WHO HAVE ATTENDED THE NAIS PI CONVENTION
It was a fantastic convention. I E-mailed everyone I know
who wasn't there and told them what they missed. I learned enough
istening to Brandon Perron to justify the cost of the convention.
Ditto for Seanor, Culligan, Grogan, Kelly, Murrey, etc.
If I were to look for a weak spot in your speaker line
up, I don't think I could find it. Your staff was also very
good, helpful and competent.
I wanted to "Thank You" and all your
staff for putting on
the BEST Private Investigator's Convention I've been to. It was
informative, good for networking with other Pros and had the best
speakers and subjects. I learned a lot. Just shows me how little
I do know. I already received my Continuing
Education certificate with 15 hours!!! Amazing. Thanks again.
JR JR Investigations
I was extremely impressed with the annual convention. I have attended
numerous continuing education courses for attorneys and the insurance
industry. The NAIS convention was superior to any other
educational seminar that I have attended in my career.
Edmondson & Associates
RUN-DOWN ON THE
Former Miami-Vice Actor Turned Private Investigator Joseph
Culligan presenting his case on how to use public records
to find just about anybody or anything.
Joseph Culligan Speaking On:
Locating Missing Persons And Public Records Searching
Joseph Culligan, one of the world's most famous private investigators;
presented an amazing seminar on how to locate missing persons
and public records searching. Knowledge on obtaining public records
and data instantly and
dispelling the myth that it's not all found in computer searches
was the subject of Mr. Culligan's mouth-dropping presentation.
JOSPH CULLIGAN GIVE-A-WAY!
As part of Joseph Culligan's dynamic teaching presentation, his
300 plus page updated book, You Too Can Find Anybody; was given
as his pass out material.
JOSEPH CULLIGAN WAS AWARDED THE
NAIS 1999 SPEAKER OF THE YEAR
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Read All About It
Investigative Technology Guru Joseph Seanor Presents
Cutting-Edge Investigative Computer Technology So Attendees
Can Understand And Use It's Investigative Power.
One Full Day With Joseph Seanor:
Computer Technology For Private Investigators
Joseph Seanor, the industry's technology guru held a one day seminar
on the latest cutting edge computer technology. Investigators
walked away with powerful knowledge on how to instantly extract
data from hard drives, trace people's paths they took on the internet,
recover deleted files and handed out the latest computer and internet
Ralph Thomas provided a copy of THE PI WIZARD to everyone who
attended which contains internet resources, aids, free public
records searches and a massive collection of other digital information
investigators will find extremely useful.
The Joseph Seanor overhead materials will be mailed to all attendees.
The Dynamic Brandon Perron hands out hardcore knowledge
Making Your Fortune In Criminal Defense Practice.
MOST DYNAMIC INDUSTRY SPEAKER: BRANDON PERRON
Brandon Perron On:
How To Make A Fortune Conducting Criminal Defense Investigations
Many investigators conduct criminal defense investigations but
Brandon Perron, one of the investigative industry's top experts
on the subject revealed how to set up your operation from a business
standpoint to make a fortune and the secrets of his extremely
highly successful component method of finding the truth.
Ralph Thomas On:
ECONOMIC ESPIONAGE AND COUNTERMEASURES
Ralph Thomas presented in depth material on the threat of Economic
Espionage in the United States along with the following
14 Page run-down on countermeasures operations and the
fifteen functions you need to have. A Computer Disk you open
in your web browser that takes you to countermeasures resources
and economic espionage aids. Video presentations on the Threat
Of Economic Espionage and how to combat it developed in conjunction
With The CIA, FBI and the National Counterintelligence Center.
Kelly Riddle's Expose On $15,000 Nursing Home Abuse Cases.
The Renowned J W Murray On Accident Construction.
Industry Valuable Steve Rambam On One Dollar Searches.
Kelly Riddle On:
How To Make $15,000 Per Case In Nursing Home Abuse Investigations
Mr.. Riddle exposed an exploding investigative specialization
that's going to continue to soar, nursing home abuse investigations.
Jack Murray On:
Accident Construction Investigations
This renowned legal investigator handed attendees knowledge based
to work multi-million dollar accident construction investigations.
Jack Murray handed out an eleven page outline of how to go
about conducting construction accident investigations.
Steve Rambam On:
His Interactive Online Information Services
Mr. Rambam explained his powerful one dollar computer searches
you can run on line as well as other online power data.
John Grogan: NAIS Investigator Of The Year
John Grogan On
Information Sources For Private Investigators
Mr. Grogan, the industry sourceoligist handed investigators dozens
of top sources of information.
Plan now to attend the
1999 Fall NAIS Investigative Conference
In Las Vegas!
Stay-tuned to this site for details.