Seminar Title

Online-Robbery Investigations

Dates of Events

08/13/2024 through 08/13/2024

Last Updated: 06/10/2024
Instructor(s): Jonathan Pelletier
Course Registration Fee: $150
Instructor Bio
Jonathan Pelletier
Jonathan Pelletier is a retired police detective and former forensic crime scene unit supervisor. He currently serves as the subject matter expert (adjunct professor) on campus as well as instructing online, developing and teaching courses for the Helms School of Government at Liberty University. He has been an active member of IAI since 2004 and maintains certification as a Senior Crime Scene Analyst with the International Association of Identification (IAI-CSCSA).
Graduate of Class 55 of the Virginia Forensic Science Academy (VFSA), he is recognized nation-wide as an enthusiastic instructor of death investigations and innovative police techniques. Jonathan is a repeated guest speaker for the IAI and the VFSA. He has taught law enforcement participants for over 30 years. Mr. Pelletier was honored as the recipient of the Outstanding Instructor Award of Central VA (6 times) when serving as the lead instructor of the Criminal Justice Training Academy. As a sworn police officer, Jonathan has been instrumental in teaching in the Middle East and Africa, contracted by the Department of Justice/International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program (DOJ/ICITAP) to develop and deliver courses to national police eager to learn best practices. He holds a bachelors in cross cultural studies, a master’s in Christian apologetics/philosophy and a master’s in criminal justice.
Course Objectives
Course Overview:
Date: August 13, 2024
Time: 1:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. EST

Whether responding to a robbery call as the first officer on scene or investigating robberies as the assigned case detective, this two-hour webinar course will provide real-life experience, offering participants invaluable information which will assist with all types of robbery investigations. Obtaining the right information early and prioritizing the best-action is essential for successful robbery investigations. Early considerations, available tools, outside agency resources, robbery patterns, video surveillance, back-door NCIC quarries, cell phone tracking, contextual trends/mapping and helpful best practices and techniques are discussed. Varied approaches to the initial interviews with victims, witnesses and suspects are considered and multiple real-life robbery case studies are included. This course underscores the importance of understanding the current capabilities and limitations of the lab (evidence analysis) and suggests innovative ideas used by law enforcement agencies to shorten the long delays often associated with the process of forensic analysis.

Group Viewing Encouraged: Pay 1 Registration Fee
·Multiple attendees can group view the training from one device only and each attendee will receive a certificate.
·ONLY the registered attendee will receive a link to join the training (Link will be sent 1-2 Days Prior to the Event)
Quiz & Certificates: Within 24 hours after the live broadcast the registered attendee will receive an email with:
Quiz link that will need to be forwarded to each person in your group so they may print a certificate after completing the quiz.
·30 Days Access of the Recording (this link may be shared with with others in your department only)
*** No Refunds After Class Link Has Been Sent**

Print Friendly, PDF & Email