Tag Archives: ASIS

New Category – Investigations

Category Alert!

I’ve been an investigator for more than forty years. In a recent blog I let you know that I’ll be lecturing at the upcoming San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of ASIS-International Training Seminar. Later this year I will be teaching at events in Chicago and Las Vegas.

In addition to my novel A Tale of Robbers and Cops, it is impossible for me to not write short stories and essays related to criminal and corporate investigations. Later today I will be posting a disturbing piece about negligent hiring practices.

Look for these non-fiction and fictionalized pieces to be mixed in with the blog’s other topics.

Be Safe

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41st Annual SF Bay Area ASIS Annual Seminar and Exhibits

The San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of ASIS-International will host the Chapter’s 41st Annual Seminar and Exhibits at Juniper Networks, Sunnyvale, California on May 16, 2013. Dynamic speakers will present on current and relevant security topics. Among those speaking, George Cramer will present Interviewing in the 21st Century. Mr. Cramer has lectured on this important issue at several national and international seminars, most recently at the High Technology Crime Investigation Association’s International Conference & Training Exposition held at the Hershey Lodge, Hershey, Pennsylvania.

I look forward to seeing you in Sunnyvale!

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