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CE Resources and References


”Continuing education” means any educational endeavor that reasonably could be considered beneficial to the work of the investigator. Continuing education may be obtained:

  1. through participation in conferences or educational courses offered by trade schools or colleges, whether as an attendee or a presenter;
  2. through independent studies;
  3. by publishing articles related to the field of investigation; and
  4. as otherwise provided by the PNAI Board of Directors.

Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (CFE)

Pacific Northwest Chapter

International Association of Threat Assessment Professionals

Northwest Chapter

Northwest Fraud Investigators Association

Oregon Department of Public Safety, Standards, and Training

Pacific Northwest License, Tax, and Fraud Association

University of Washington – Continuing Education

Washington Association of Sheriffs and Chiefs of Police




Electronic Eavesdropping in the Workplace Webinar, Timothy Dimoff

Weblink: https://i-sight.com/resources/ce-electronic-eavesdropping-in-the-workplace-thank-you/

CE Electronic Eavesdropping in the Workplace thank you


Professional & Continuing Education – University of Washington

Whether you want to update your skills or delve into a new field, UW Professional & Continuing Education can help. We make it possible for you to keep learning at the University of Washington, even if you work full time or live outside of the Seattle area. (from the home page of PCE-UW) 

Certificate in Digital Forensics – Develop the specialized skills to recover, preserve and evaluate digital forensic evidence in support of civil, criminal, and internal investigations.

PCE Website: https://www.pce.uw.edu/


Previous Opportunities from 2017

yber Security – To Protect and Defend
Sponsored by:   Calibre Press  http://www.calibrepress.com
When:                 February 23, 2017    8:00am – 5:00pm
Where:                Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission, 19010 1st Ave., Burien, WA 98148
Cyber Security is a fast-paced, solutions-oriented seminar designed for anyone whose work touches or involves the public’s private data. This includes state, local, tribal, university police; public works and utilities; universities and schools; courthouses; nonprofits; and more.
Register online http://www.calibrepress.com
Cost: $159.00 per person


Internal Affairs & Professional Standards
Sponsored by:   On-Target Solutions Group, Inc., PO Box 491, Yorkville, IL 60560
When:                 April 3-4, 2017    8:00am – 4:00pm
Where:                Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission, 19010 1st Ave., Burien, WA 98148
This nationally acclaimed course is for law enforcement executive, supervisors, internal affairs investigators, human resource personnel and anyone who desires to understand law enforcement professional standards and internal affairs investigations.
Fee:  $225.00 ($200.00 if 3 or more from same agency)
Register at:  Internal Affairs and Professional Standards

On- Target Solutions Group, Inc., PO Box 491, Yorkville, IL 60560

Phone:  815.545.1609



2017 CLE Workshop for Attorneys & Legal Professionals

Are you interested in learning more about the principal functions of the Clerk’s Office and customer services, Superior Court’s Mandatory Arbitration Program and Family Court Operations?  If so, sign-up today to attend the Clerk’s Continuing Legal Education (CLE) Workshop. The Clerk’s CLE Workshop is specifically designed for practitioners interested in hearing an insider’s view of operations, learning how extensively and efficiently technology is used, viewing “e” application demonstrations to enhance practical knowledge, and discovering proven time and money saving tips.

Questions? Contact:

CLE: Advanced
Westlaw Research
We are pleased to announce the latest of our popular CLEs/classes!
After a brief hiatus, we are launching the Library’s retooled CLE offerings. We will begin with a FREE CLASS entitled “Advanced Westlaw Research” – which will be taught by a representative from Thomson Reuters.
Take advantage of our recently broadened Westlaw subscription
As you may or may not already be aware, we have greatly expanded our Westlaw coverage.  Learn how to make the most of all of these powerful tools directly from the company’s instructor.
New event catalog and online registration

To view our new catalog, please visit the Classes page of our website; a link can be found under “Upcoming Classes.”  From this catalog, you can now register yourself directly – there is no longer a need to call us to enroll.  You can either attend via web broadcast or attend a class in person.

Expanded capacity

While our new, larger Legal Research and Training Center is still subject to some space restrictions, we are now able to enroll four times the number of attendees for our webinars!  The demand was high – so we’ve fortified our capabilities.

More to come

We are doing our best to present classes that will be both interesting and practical.  These will include some familiar favorites as well as new subjects presented by guest instructors.  We will post them to our event catalog once we’ve been able to confirm the dates – so stay tuned!

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