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					                                                     Chesapeake Bay Division of the IAI
                                                  Spring 2011 Conference Registration Form
                                                                 Federal Tax EIN 52-2081374

Name for Certificate(s)                           Nickname for Badge
Dept/Agency/School
Address (H)
Phone Number                             E-mail

Family/Guest(s) Name(s) 1.                               2.                           3.

Full Registration (info on third page)            Postmarked by 02/28/11              Postmarked after 02/28/11
       CBD Member                                      @ $225.00                     @ $250.00
       Non-Member                                      @ $250.00                     @ $275.00
       Family/Guest                                    @ $125.00                     @ $150.00

Postmarked by 02/28/11
Meetings Only: Monday     $50.00         Tuesday      $50.00 Wednesday         $50.00 Thursday      $50.00 Friday        $50.00
Postmarked after 02/28/11
Meetings Only: Monday     $60.00         Tuesday      $60.00 Wednesday         $60.00 Thursday      $60.00 Friday        $60.00
Meals only: Monday    $20.00   Tuesday                 $43.00 Thursday          $39.00
Workshop Fees from second page                                                                        Total Due $
                                                                                              Please see additional information and sign up
                                                                                              for workshops on the second page.
                                                                 Payment Information
   Check Enclosed (make payable to CBD-IAI)            Charge to Credit Card

Credit Card Number                                              Expiration Date                      Security Code

Name as it Appears on Card                                       Signature ___________________________________

Billing Address

Send Registration Form with Payment or Payment Information to:
Ken Smith
CBD Secretary-Treasurer                   Phone: 703-754-1829
P.O. Box 224                              Fax: 703-754-1829
Broad Run, VA 20137-0224                  cbdiai@aol.com
                                                              Workshop Schedule
Monday, March 21
   1:00 PM to 5:00 PM      “ULW Software Overview”
   $10.00 fee              Marian Price, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Information Services Division


Tuesday, March 22
   8:30 AM to 5:30 PM      “Preparing for the IAI Latent Print Certification Exam”
   $15.00 fee              Kathleen Farrell, Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration
                           Mack Brazelle, Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration

   8:30 AM to 12:30 PM     “Demystifying Palm Prints”
   $10.00 fee              Ron Smith, Ron Smith and Associates

   8:30 AM to 5:30 PM      “Preparing for the IAI Tenprint Certification Exam”
   $15.00 fee              Kimberly Bolyard, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Information Services Division

Wednesday, March 23
   8:00 AM to 10:00 AM     "Gellifters Application and Imaging"
   $10.00 fee              Shawn Littlewood, BVDA America, Inc.

   8:30 AM to 5:30 PM      “Scientific Analyses: ACE-V and Daubert” - continued on Thursday
   $20.00 fee              Michele Triplett, King County Sheriff’s Office

   8:30 AM to 5:30 PM      “Science of Friction Ridge Skin”
   $15.00 fee              Michele Gallant, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Laboratory Division
                           Michelle Reznicek, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Laboratory Division

   10:00 AM to 12:00 PM    “The Use of Forensic and Alternate Light Sources in the Detection of Evidence”
   $10.00 fee              Walter Hiller, SPEX Forensics

Thursday, March 24
8:30 AM to 5:30 PM         “Scientific Analyses: ACE-V and Daubert”
Continued from Wednesday   Michele Triplett, King County Sheriff’s Office

8:30 AM to 5:30 PM         TESTING – IAI Latent, Tenprint and Crime Scene Certification
                           Contact the Chair of the Certification Committee to set up testing
                           Latent Kathleen P. Farrell, Tenprint Joey L. Newell, Crime Scene R. Justin Aumann
                                                                        Conference Information

Location and Accommodations                                                      Full Registration Includes:
Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay Resort                                                     Buffet Breakfast Monday
100 Heron Drive                                                                         Buffet dinner Tuesday
Cambridge, Maryland 21613                                                               Banquet dinner Thursday
Tel: 410-901-1234 Toll Free: 800-55HYATT              Fax: 410-901-6301                 Hospitality Suite
Special website for making your Hotel registrations: https://resweb.passkey.com/Resweb.do?mode=welcome_ei_new&eventID=2521121
$101 per night for single or double
The deadline for this rate is February 18, 2011
You must mention that you are with the CBD-IAI to receive the reduced rate!


                                       Please notify the Secretary-Treasurer if you need a vegetarian meal or a child’s meal.


                    Conference name badges are required for admittance to all conference functions including Hospitality Room.
                    Visit the CBD-IAI online at www.cbdiai.org for additional information about the conference and the Division.

The Chesapeake Bay Division of the International Association for Identification, hereinafter known as the “Sponsor,” asserts the following disclaimer:

All persons, members and non-members of the Sponsor, participating in a scheduled training event of the Sponsor hereby agree by their participation to hold harmless the Sponsor
from any and all actions by the presenters of such training and results of whatsoever nature and cause which is not within the scope and purview of the training. This includes, but
is not limited to chemicals, powders, equipment failures, and faulty displays of whatsoever kind of nature. Any actions taken will be inclusive of indemnification of the Sponsor
against such third-party mishap, defect, either patent or cover, and the Sponsor will have no responsibility, express or implied, as determined by the laws of the State of Maryland,
the Corporate State.

Notice must be given to President David Morgan of any such mishap within three (3) days of the event.
                                                      Tentative Schedule
                                                           Monday
Registration Opens

Buffet Breakfast

Opening Ceremonies        Key Note Speaker - Ron Smith, Ron Smith and Associates

Vendor Hall Open

Live ULW Searches         Bring latent prints to be searched

                                                          WORKSHOP

“ULW Software Overview”
      Marian Price, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Information Services Division

                                                          LECTURES

"The Path Forward: Two Years Later"
       Gerry Laporte, National Institute of Justice

“Transitioning your Lab to Digital Format” (Break out session)
        Marc Downer, Downer Consulting

“Faulty Conclusions!”
        Michele Triplett, King County Sheriff’s Office

“Latent Print Examiners: 50 and above – Are we Really as “Good” as we used to be…or Better?”
        Ron Smith, Ron Smith and Associates

                                                           Tuesday
Vendor Hall Open

Live ULW Searches         Bring latent prints to be searched

                                                         WORKSHOPS

“Demystifying Palm Prints”
       Ron Smith, Ron Smith and Associates

“Preparing for the IAI Latent Print Certification Exam”
       Kathleen Farrell, Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration
       Mack Brazelle, Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration

“Preparing for the IAI Tenprint Certification Exam”
       Kimberly Bolyard, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Information Services Division

                                                          LECTURES

“Fluorescent Dye Staining of Fingerprints”
        Stephanie Kingsbury, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement

“Federal Firearms Laws and the Impacts on Your Community”
       Karey Kirkpatrick, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Information Services Division

“Inspection Body Accreditation for Crime Scene Units”
        Karin Athanas, The American Association for Laboratory Accreditation
“Working Toward Accreditation”
       Michele Triplett, King County Sheriff’s Office

“Fall 2010 Conference Survey”
        Laura Tierney, Chairperson of the Board of Directors, CBDIAI

“Advanced Crime Scene Photography Techniques” (Break out session)
       Mike Brooks, Fusion Company, LLC

“DHS IDENT/BSC and How State and Local Law Enforcement Agencies Can Use Our Services”
       Anne May, Department of Homeland Security

“Now Ear This! Can Ear Prints be used as a Reliable Source for Identification?”
      Dyanne Cooper, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Laboratory Division

Poster Presentations

“The Training and Testimony Services Offered by the FBI/CJIS Biometric Services Section”
       Melissa Halpenny, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Information Services Division

"Changes to Forensic Analysis Since the NAS Report (Re-thinking Old ideas)"
      Michele Triplett, King County Sheriff's Office

Buffet Dinner
                                                          Wednesday
Live ULW Searches         Bring latent prints to be searched

                                                          WORKSHOPS

"Gellifters Application and Imaging"
         Shawn Littlewood, BVDA America, Inc.

“Scientific Analyses: ACE-V and Daubert * 16 hours” (continued on Thursday)
         Michele Triplett, King County Sheriff’s Office

“Science of Friction Ridge Skin”
        Michelle Gallant, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Laboratory Division
        Michelle Reznicek, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Laboratory Division

“The Use of Forensic and Alternate Light Sources in the Detection of Evidence”
       Walter Hiller, SPEX Forensics
                                                        LECTURES

“Using ESDA for Developing Latent Fingerprints”
        Heather Charron, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement

“Forensic Art as an Investigative Tool”
        Steven Johnson, Ideal Innovations, Inc.

“Dispositions: The Missing Piece of the Criminal History Puzzle”
        Susan Tuttle, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Information Services Division

“Digital Reflected Ultraviolet Photography: The part someone forgot to mention”
         Philip Sanfilippo, President, International Association for Identification

“The Proper Use of Ultraviolet Reflective Ultra Imaging System”
       Walter Hiller, SPEX Forensics

“ATF’s Integrated Ballistics Identification System (IBIS)”
       Allison Northrop, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives
“Using IAFIS to Identify the Missing and Unknown Deceased”
        Susan Tuttle, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Information Services Division

"DNA Training: Latest Technology"
      Kevin Noppinger, DNA Labs International


                                                           Thursday
Live ULW Searches         Bring latent prints to be searched

                                                          WORKSHOPS

“Scientific Analyses: ACE-V and Daubert” 16 hours (continued from Wednesday)
         Michele Triplett, King County Sheriff’s Office

TESTING – IAI Latent, Crime Scene, and Tenprint Certification

                                                           LECTURES

“Tips, Tricks, and Best kept Secrets – FBI’s Universal Latent Workstation”
        Jeffrey Carlyle, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Laboratory Division

“FBI PowerBall – U Gotta Play to Win”
       Jeffrey Carlyle, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Laboratory Division

“Facial Identification and Recognition Overview”
        Debra Ayers, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Criminal Justice Information Services Division

“Is it Possible to Develop Latent Prints on Carbon Paper, Commonly Found in Drug Cases?”
         Heather Charron, US Immigration and Customs Enforcement

“In Pursuit of the Acceptance/Rejection of Probabilities for Latent Print Examiners”
        Stephen Meagher, Dactyl ID, LLC

"Facial Recognition and Tattoo Matching"
                                Eric Hess, Morpho Trak

“Is the Prosecutor Asking the Right Questions?”
        Jeffery Barnes, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Laboratory Division


Business Meeting


Banquet Dinner

                                                               Friday

Special Guest Lecturer, TBA


**This schedule subject to change without notice.