Lieutenant David Green is the keynote speaker at PICA's Annual Conference. His two hour seminar will begin at 9:00 a.m. on November 4, 2016. He will be covering the San Bernardino Police Response to the December 2nd Terrorist Attack: Lesson Learned, followed by question and answer session.
Lieutenant Green began his career with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department in 1992 and subsequently joined the San Bernardino Police Department in 1995. He spent the first fifteen years of his career at the line level with a focus primarily on investigative and special enforcement functions. His casework has drawn formal recognition by the California Attorney General’s Office, Inland Empire Robbery Homicide Investigators Association, and LA IMPACT Narcotic Task Force.
David has held supervisory or command roles in all divisions of his department and formerly served as the emergency manager for the city at large. He is a graduate of the Sherman Block Supervisory Leadership Institute and Los Angeles Police Department’s Leadership and Command Program. He holds a Certificate in Emergency Management from Auburn University, a M.A. in management from Redlands University, and a M.A. in Security Studies from the United States Naval Post Graduate School. David currently serves as a patrol watch commander in his department’s patrol division.
Debra Allen will be presenting a two-hour seminar on the Pitfalls and Success of Adoption, at PICA’s three-day Educational Conference in Thousand Oaks.
Debra is a retired law enforcement officer with over 30 years of investigative experience. She is currently a licensed Private Investigator in both California and Arizona, with an emphasis on locating birth mothers and children separated by adoption. She has reunited over 1000 families.
Debra is trained and certified to review sealed adoption files and records in the State of Arizona, for the purpose of reuniting families separated by adoption when both sides agree to contact.
Attendees will know how to help their client search, understand their client’s legal rights, how to aid with their search using DNA, where to register their search, pitfalls and obstacles to avoid and how to make the first contact.