The National Motor Vehicle Title Information System (NMVTIS) is intended to protect consumers from fraud and deters the selling of unsafe and stolen vehicles. Vehicle information from state motor vehicle titling agencies, vehicle recyclers, junk and salvage yards, insurance carriers, and individuals is compiled into NMVTIS. The Law Enforcement Access Tool (LEAT) is the method for which law enforcement can access NMVTIS information along with other vehicle records and history. This training instructs law enforcement personnel how to maximize use of LEAT by demonstrating features of the tool and providing users with knowledge in searching, retrieving, and using information found. This training will show how to operate all LEAT features, demonstrate how to successfully navigate search capabilities, and provide examples of how LEAT can disseminate information to build a well-rounded understanding of a vehicle's history. This webinar will inform attendees on how this information can be used to expand an investigation and provide subsequent leads to enhance efforts for a successful case. Attendees will learn sources of vehicle history information contained within LEAT to enable them to locate specific facts and supporting evidence dependent upon their needs. This webinar is intended for law enforcement officers, vehicle crime investigators, crime analysts, and administrators of these offices and agencies.
Being a first responder can be all-consuming and can start to change individuals' interactions with those important to them. So many of the skills that make people successful as a first responder may actually be damaging over time to their relationships. In this webinar, Dr. Rachelle Zemlok is going to address three things that first responders can focus on shifting, from work to home life, in order to avoid ruining relationships important to them.
The presentation will focus on skills an individual can use to work toward improving or maintaining health and wellness. Mindfulness, breathing exercises, nutrition, mental vacations, music, yoga, and other strategies will be discussed. In addition, the benefits of talk therapy and common misconceptions regarding therapy, confidentiality, and payment options will be explored. Finally, the presenters will discuss ways wellness can be introduced to an officers' family and support system, and how increased knowledge surrounding this topic can be beneficial to all.
Criminal, terror, and other types of illicit networks all need revenue streams to survive. This involves control of financial flows from the point of revenue generation through goal accomplishment. To some extent, many of these networks will engage in the international money movement processes maintained by financial institutions around the world in order to move the money in an efficient and secure manner. This presentation will describe the legitimate processes used by illicit networks to move money through financial systems.
According to the International Monetary Fund, global corruption costs countries trillions in lost revenue, taxation, and infrastructure damage. These losses have a "trickle down" effect on the citizens of affected countries, causing a detriment to health, education, and quality of life. At the center of bribery and corruption scandals are individuals and their enablers who choose to misuse their influence, wealth, and status to improve their own lives, while others suffer the consequences. In this session, learners will be shown local, national, and global corruption.
Presenter: Michael Schidlow, Scienter Group