Paul Kulas will be teaching at two hour seminar on Advanced Skip Tracing and Investigative Techniques, at PICA’s Annual Educational Conference, November 7 & 8, 2014 in Ontario, California.
After years of research, in 1991 Paul co-founded a service bureau that would host telephone information services. He designed a must-have communication tool for automobile repossessions and investigations. Throughout the 90’s Paul designed other, innovative communication services and concepts for the investigative industry.
In 2002 Paul left his first company and founded Belles Camp Communications LLC. Belles Camp’s first product SkipTracy, went live in February, 2003.
Never one to rest, in 2009, Paul went back to the drawing board and began work on BellesLink. “BellesLink is easily, our best work yet”, says Paul. “There’s never been anything like it! BellesLink links everything together – it’s the missing link”.
BellesLink, is a fully compliant, cloud based virtual communications tool used to connect with skips, subjects and targets, to verify and gather information. This advanced skip tracing tool, links every call, text, email and updates everything back to the case file, saving the investigator time and money.
When Paul isn’t working he’s skiing, or discovering his next big idea, while in the mountains right outside Belles Camp’s door in Eagle, CO.
Attendees will learn how to:
– Maintain compliance for better results
– Conduct compliant investigative techniques
– Use calls, text and email for better results
– Find the holes in your current techniques
– Organize all communications and notes
– Save time and money on every case
– Cut your phone and database costs.
Doug Carner, an audio-video enhancement and authentication expert, will be teaching a two hour workshop on Investigative Forensics, “Media Enhancement and Clarification” at PICA’s Annual Conference, November 7 & 8, 2014, in Ontario, California.
Mr. Carner is a multimedia forensic analyst, certified in multimedia forensics, educator for the American College of Forensic Examiners, Diplomat of the American Board of Recorded Evidence, active member of the International Association for Identification, serves on the Los Angeles Superior Court Panel of Experts, inventor of industry-wide practices, contributor to industry software, and president of Forensic Protection.
Mr. Carner has processed evidence in over a thousand cases with results that have been featured in the national news and accepted by courts and agencies worldwide. He is a pioneer of industry innovations and an avid advocate for Clarification, the new science-based alternative to judgment-based enhancements.
What attendees will learn:
This two hour, rapid paced workshop, will teach attendees how to recover a blurry license plate, brighten a dark scene, restore VHS tapes, facial identity matching and audio enhancement, to detect whispers, suppress distracting sounds and facilitate voice identification.
This is a hands-on workshop that will be a new source of revenue for investigators, by adding a specialty to their list of investigative services. Each attendee will receive a CD with six pieces of open source editing software to install on their laptops and learn how to achieve amazing audio and video clarity.
“When evidence can speak for itself, it becomes a powerful story teller and your most persuasive tool.”
Doug Carner, CPP/CHS-III
|Anne La Jeunesse|
|Thomas P. Riley|
|Robert Sedillo, Jr.|
Educational Conference – November 7 & 8, 2014 – Ontario
$150 PICA Members – $200 Non-Members
16 Hours of Training – 4 Meals – Snacks – Notebook – Certificate – Audio/Video Editing Software