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28th Annual

CAPE Training Seminar
Scanning Into the Future

April 3-7, 2017

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Hyatt Regency Orange County

11999 Harbor Blvd
Garden Grove, CA 92840

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Registration Fee

Includes: luncheons (Tue, Wed, Thu), course materials, certificate of completion, and seminar bag

CAPE member early registration: $200 (paid by March 1, 2017)

CAPE member late registration: $275

Non-CAPE member: $275

One day only: $85 (choose from Tue, Wed, or Thu, and attend Friday's presentation for free with law enforcement ID!)

  • No refunds for registrations postmarked after 3/1/2017.
  • Registration isn't confirmed until payment is received.
  • No registration payments accepted at the door.
  • CAPE Tax ID #94-3107613


Visit https://aws.passkey.com/g/55135413 or call 714-750-1234. Mention CAPE for the group rate, available through mid-November.

Room: $158/night plus tax (government rate may fluctuate)

Parking: Self park $12/day, valet $27/day


If paying online...
  1. Complete the online CAPE registration form
  2. Complete the online payment using PayPal (no PayPal account needed)
If paying by check...
  1. Complete the online CAPE registration form
  2. Obtain a check payable to CAPE
  3. Mail the check and a copy of the invoice to:

Kim Carlson
San Bernardino Co SO - Apple Valley
14931 Dale Evans Pkwy
Apple Valley, CA 92307

Course List

MONDAY Registration

TUESDAY 8:30am-5pm
  • CalPERS – Understanding your CalPERS benefits, designed for both new and veteran employees
  • Human Trafficking – What to watch for and how law enforcement can help

  • CODIS Connection – The link between P&E and DNA in the criminal system
  • Homelessness and Mental Health – Understanding and assisting our transient population
  • Fentanyl and Prop 47 update – Learn about the new trends, risks and laws related to narcotics
  • Narcan – Personal safety while handling dangerous drugs

WEDNESDAY 8:30am-5pm

  • Peer Support – Self-care after critical incidents, how to recognize personal crisis and offer support
  • Packaging 101 – Intro to P&E packaging and crime scene management

  • Brady violations – Learn about the federal law that governs disclosure of exculpatory evidence

  • DOJ RADS - Rapid analysis of sexual assault kits at DOJ

  • DOJ Firearms update – Review of firearms laws, registration and release requirements

  • Workplace stress – Coping strategies for the challenges of work and home life

THURSDAY 8:30am-5pm

  • Cyber Security and Digital Evidence – Proper storage of electronic evidence and personal digital safety tips
  • Intro to Terrorism & TLO - Identification of current groups and trends in California
  • DOJ Firearms update – Review of firearms laws, registration and release requirements
  • Firearms 101 - Intro to firearms in the property room (Bring your questions – we have answers!)
  • Homeless Homicides Debrief – Reviewing a serial killer from a P&E / CSI perspective
  • Marijuana & Prop 64 update - Learn about the new trends, risks, and laws relating to marijuana

FRIDAY 8am-12pm

  • San Bernardino Attack – Featured Friday presentation to debrief the 2015 terrorist attack

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