The Miami-Dade County Commission on Ethics & Public Trust Presents Public Corruption Investigation Conference – Special Student Rate

The Public Corruption Investigation Conference is a two-day event for investigators, auditors, compliance officers and prosecutors in  criminal justice, government and financial organizations on techniques and practices unique to public integrity investigations, presented jointly by the Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust and the City of Miami Police Department Training Center.

The Miami-Dade Commission on Ethics and Public Trust is offering a Special Student Rate for a limited number of students to attend its upcoming Public Corruption Investigation Conference on May 9-10, 2013.

The Conference will be held at the City of Miami Police Department Training Center, located in downtown Miami, at 350 N.W. 2nd Avenue. The Conference program offers a unusual array of lectures and panels on topics such as Money Laundering, Bribery, RICO, Financial Fraud, Environmental Offenses, Media Investigations, Investigative Technology and others of interest to law enforcement personnel and others involved in public integrity investigations.

The array of speakers includes present and former federal and state prosecutors and investigators, as well as former FBI Director Louis Freeh as keynote speaker. There are over 120 law enforcement officials already registered for the conference, which is being opened on a very limited basis to students at the reduced price of $50 for the entire conference (Reg. Price $199), including breakfast and lunch on both days. It is an excellent opportunity for law and criminal justice students with an interest in this field to participate in a unique program with some of the best experts in the area.

To view the flyer, agenda, etc., and to fill out the registration form, please visit the website.