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2015 - 2016

"There was a lot of information in a very short amount of time, seemed like 5 days would have been more
appropriate."
Art Siegel, Prescott Police, Arizona; Training hosted by the Prescott Police Department, Arizona, July 16-17, 2015

"Very good information regarding all parts/steps of the process and justice system"
Sara Rozema, Chandler Police, Arizona; Training hosted by the Prescott Police Department, Arizona, July 16-17,
2015

"I appreciate the knowledgeable speaker (esp on assessment/treatment topics). Speaking style excellent for
subject matter."
Anonymous; Training hosted by the Prescott Police Department, Arizona, July 16-17, 2015


"Very helpful training- one of the better trainings I've been to."
Amanda Lager, Kandiyohi County Social Services- Child Protection; Training in Bloomington, Minnesota, August
6-7, 2015

"Training was great and could have been an additional day or two."
Melanie Godden, Elkhart County Probation, Indiana; Training hosted by the Fort Wayne Police Department,
Indiana, August 13-14, 2015

"Loved how enthusiastic you presented the information."
Samantha Hammond, Noble County Probation, Indiana; Training hosted by the Fort Wayne Police Department,
Indiana, August 13-14, 2015

"The interviewing, assessing and typology information is very useful for probation, parole, and any
community supervision!"
Staci S., Noble County Probation, Indiana; Training hosted by the Fort Wayne Police Department, Indiana, August
13-14, 2015

"Great class- needed more time."
Don Faust, LaGrange County Sheriff's Department, Indiana; Training hosted by the Fort Wayne Police Department,
Indiana, August 13-14, 2015

"Great information! Instructor keeps your attention- makes jokes/entertains!"
Stephani Mickemt, LaGrange County Sheriff's Department, Indiana; Training hosted by the Fort Wayne Police
Department, Indiana, August 13-14, 2015

"No negative comments. Excellent class!"
Larry Francingues, Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office, Louisiana; Training hosted by the East Baton Rouge Parish
Sheriff's Office, Louisiana, October 15--16, 2015

"Great material"
Barbara Dyer, Broward County Sheriff's Office, Florida; Training hosted by the Lauderhill Police Department,
Florida, November 2-3, 2015

"Refreshing presentation from psych point of view presented by non-sworn. Provided tips, techniques from
various viewpoints."
Laurie Graber, Plantation Police Department, Florida; Training hosted by the Lauderhill Police Department, Florida,
November 2-3, 2015

"Great training, examples helpful to understand what it "looks like". Tons of information and I plan top visit
website to access articles and book recommendations."
Anonymous; Training hosted by the Lauderhill Police Department, Florida, November 2-3, 2015

"Great Class!"
Erin Blanton, Margate Police Department, Florida; Training hosted by the Lauderhill Police Department, Florida,
November 2-3, 2015

"Lots of information and I like that you included all the sources for reference and follow-up. Can tell you
love what you do. Thank you. "
Anonymous, Sexual Assault Office/treatment, Florida; Training hosted by the Lauderhill Police Department, Florida,
November 2-3, 2015

"Better understanding of offenses from a psychological standpoint/view. "
Marvin Jones, Detroit Police Department, Michigan; Training hosted by the Oakland County Sheriff's Department,
Pontiac, Michigan, November 19-20, 2015

"Excellent training! The presentation included very pertinent information regarding the types of cases I
investigate on a daily basis. The material will be a great help in working future investigations."
Anonymous, Houston Police Department, Texas; Training hosted by the Houston Police Department, Houston,
Texas, December 7-8, 2015

"Training should be longer than 2 days. Great info."
Jenny Velazquez, Miami Beach Police Department, Florida; Training hosted by the Miami-Dade Public Safety
Training Institute, Doral, Florida, January 14-15, 2016

"Should be a 24 hour block in Basic LEO Training/Academy (domestic violence/sexual offenses). Course
should be more like 40 or 80 hours and should be mandatory for special victims bureau detectives due
to newness of speciality and/or turnover.
"
Anonymous, Miami-Dade Polcie Department, Florida; Training hosted by the Miami-Dade Public Safety Training
Institute, Doral, Florida, January 14-15, 2016

"Sorta felt like class should have been longer. Felt rushed. Good material and very knowlegable instructor."
J. Sanchez, Miami Beach Police Department, Florida; Training hosted by the Miami-Dade Public Safety Training
Institute, Doral, Florida, January 14-15, 2016


"Lots of good information . Like the instructors attitude toward people taking responsibility for their actions.
Very entertaining."
Danielle Hirsch, Jupiter Police Department, Florida; Training hosted by the Miami-Dade Public Safety Training
Institute, Doral, Florida, January 14-15, 2016


"Somewhat difficult to follow lesson with provided questionnaire. A lot of material/extra detail which was
very useful. Finally a training session which relates to the characteristics, typologies and thought process of
sexual offenders"
Robert Daniel, West Virginia State Police, West Virginia; Training hosted by the Richmond Police Department,
Richmond, Virginia, January 21-22, 2016

"Snarky and interesting presenter. So mcuh knowledge of subject- condensed by time."
Carol Turley-Shaner, Empowerhouse, Training hosted by the Richmond Police Department, Richmond, Virginia,
January 21-22, 2016

"you are extremely knowledgeable about every aspect of the material and your life and work experience is
important to show that you actually know their is truth to the studies, etc. Body language/deception
information is crucial and I enjoyed it a great deal as it will be highly effective and useful."
Chelsea Pfeiffer, Cape Charles Police Department, Virginia; Training hosted by the Richmond Police Department,
Richmond, Virginia, January 21-22, 2016

"A lot of material to pack into 2 days. Instructor was very interactive with class. Incorporate more photos and
videos and actual case studies.This is material that really grabs attention. I enjoyed the material and
instruction."
Joan Evelman, San Bernardino Sheriff Department, California; Training hosted by the San Bernardino Sheriff's
Department, San Bernardino, California, March 21-22, 2016

"Very interesting and helpful. A fresh look at the sexual offenders mind and how to deal with them during
investigation."
Jason Hodge, Cincinnati Police, Ohio. Training hosted by the Cincinnati Police Department, Cincinnati, Ohio. March
31 to April 01, 2016

"Super brilliant man. Very knowledgeable on subject matter! Interesting to me as a psychology major."
Kendall Ham, Troupe County Sheriff, Georgia. Training hosted by the Atlanta Police Department & Police Academy,
Atlanta, Georgia. May 2-3, 2016

"Great class. Lots of useful information. Definitely kept my interest."
Kristen Fortenberry, Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office. Training hosted by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office,
Harvey, Louisiana. May 19-20, 2016

"Very good presentation. Would be better if class was longer."
Paige Brouillettey, Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office. Training hosted by the Jefferson Parish Sheriff's Office, Harvey,
Louisiana. May 19-20, 2016

"Really agree with the mentality that offenders know what they are doing and make a choice everytime they
choose to do anything"
Mariah Drake, Elko County Sheriff's Office, Nevada. Training hosted by the Las Vegas Metro Police Department,
Las Vegas, Nevada, June 6-7, 2016

"Thoroughly enjoyed the class! I learned a lot of very useful information that I will immediately implement in
my investigations and interviews."
Jennifer Baron, Norfolk Police, Virginia. Training hosted by the Richmond Police Department, Richmond, Virginia,
June 13-14, 2016


"Your training notes will be useful for any new detectives that come into my unit (SVT)."
Rose Brady, Baltimore County Police, Maryland. Training hosted by the Richmond Police Department, Richmond,
Virginia, June 13-14, 2016

"Loads of useful information. Trainer was very knowledgeable."
Karane Williams-Thomas, District of Columbia Metro Police, DC. Training hosted by the Richmond Police
Department, Richmond, Virginia, June 13-14, 2016

"Realistic, applicable, and intelligent training. Great presentation that connects law enforcement, probation
and treatment.
Anonymous. Training hosted by the Richmond Police Department, Richmond, Virginia, June 13-14, 2016
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