TGIA 2014 Annual Conference
June 23-27, 2014
The TGIA Training Conference offers the most current and comprehensive information on street and prison gangs. Seminar instructors are considered experts in their respective fields. The conference is designed to meet the needs of both new and experienced persons dealing with street gangs and gang activities.
Attendance at the TGIA Training Conference is limited to TGIA members, judges and criminal justice professionals, including sworn law enforcement officers, correctional officers, probation officers, criminal analysts and prosecuting attorneys. Official identification will be required at registration and may be requested at any conference presentation or function.
Note: No tape recording, photography or videotaping will be allowed without the written persmission of the Texas Gang Investigators Association.
Basic Gang Investigations: An Old and New Perspective
Santa Muerte: Patron Saint of the Mexican Drug Underworld
Tattoo Recognition in Correctional Facilities
Interview and Interrogation; P.R.I.M.E. T.I.M.E.
The Bulletproof Mind
Cartel Investigation Case Overview
Bloods, Crips and West Coast Gang Influences in Texas
Aryan Brotherhood of Texas Case Overview
Effective Communication with Gang members and Their Families
Authentication of Electronically Stored Evidence
Using Social Media in Gang Investigations
Child Sex Trafficking and Gangs
Gangs in Schools
The Warrior's Edge
NOTE: Seminar topics are subject to change.
Training materials will be made available on the secure portion of TGIA's website, as allowed by the scheduled presenters.
- 31.00 Hours has been approved by the TCLEOSE.
Applications for continuing education have been submitted to Texas Juvenile Justice Department and TDCJ-Community Justice Assistance Division (CJAD).
NOTE: As of 1/1/2014, TCLEOSE will be known as TCOLE (Texas Commission on Law Enforcement).