As a part of a federal grant program, the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) along with the National Association of Attorney’s General (NAGTRI) are addressing law enforcement officers and prosecutors on the state and local level in St. Louis, Missouri tomorrow, September 17th at William J. Harrison Education Center located at St. Louis Community College. The project was created to raise awareness and give support to law enforcement officers and prosecutors on the state and local level all over the nation in the area of Intellectual Property Rights. Rob Holmes, CEO of IPCybercrime, will present his talk entitled IPCybercrime: Knockoffs & The Web where he demonstrates the relationships between sellers of fakes and elaborate criminal organizations.
Following Holmes’ presentation will be other dynamic speakers including: Michelle Boykins (National Crime Prevention Council), Judy McKee (National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute), Keith Lyon (Deputy Attorney General, State of CA), Sheresa Absher (Detective, St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department), Jeffrey Othic (Homeland Security Investigations), Matt Braunel (Partner, Thompson Coburn LLP) and Bryon Hennessey (Morgantown PD).
This is a one-day training that should not be missed by Law Enforcement in the Greater St. Louis area.