IAI Conference Brochure 2012 IAI Conference Brochure Phoenix : 6
To qualify as a Student Registrant, individuals must be full-time students, not gainfully employed by a law enforcement T agency, and provide a letter of authorization from the dean or their professor on school letterhead. This letter must accompany the registration. A Student Registrant receives all benefits of the Full Registration with the exception of the Friday-night Banquet. Tickets may be purchased separately for the Banquet. Classes that would be of interest to students are indicated with the as determined by the Student Advisory Committee. While these classes are suggestions, students should feel free to go to any available class or workshop that interests them. Please note that workshops may have additional fees attached. Also see the opportunity for Student Poster Presentations … details page 43. STUDENT REGISTRATION SOCIAL REGISTRATION There will be staff available for Social Registration during the Conference registration hours listed on page 2. Social Registration includes the Sunday President’s Reception, Monday Breakfast and Opening Ceremony, Tuesday-night Poster Presentation/Photo Contest and Reception, Wednesday-night Dinner & Social, and Friday-night Installation Banquet. This year there will be a Social Tour offered as well as transportation for a day of shopping in Old Town Scottsdale. Please see page 12 for details. First-time Attendees of the Conference will have an opportunity to meet the Conference Staff as well as their fellow first–time attendees on Sunday, July 22nd at a Special Reception sponsored by Ron Smith & Associates. This is your chance to ask questions about what to expect during the week as well as build contacts and meet people that you’ll be seeing during the week. FIRST-TIME ATTENDEES ABOUT THE IAI The International Association for Identification is a professional membership organization comprised of individuals worldwide who work in the field of forensic identification. With over 7,000 members from 77 countries, the IAI remains the oldest and largest forensic science/identification association in the world.. RECORDING POLICY It is the policy of the IAI that recording by means intended to capture images, video, audio, or a combination thereof of any lecture, workshop, or other IAI sanctioned proceeding shall be prohibited without the expressed written consent of the IAI. All requests shall be made in writing and forwarded to the Chief Operating Officer for consideration by the President, Chairman of the Board and or Board of Directors. This policy is in no way intended to prevent the occasional photograph that may be taken during the course of a presentation provided that the instructor has given approval prior to such photograph being taken. The IAI’s Annual Business Meeting will be Friday, July 27th at 1:00 p.m. ALL members of the International IAI are encour-aged to attend. This is the annual business meeting of the Association where officers for the next year are elected and other business is conducted. BUSINESS MEETING ACCOMMODATIONS Please visit the IAI website for reservation assistance at local hotels. http://theiai.org/conference/2012/hotel.php The cutoff date for hotel reservations at the Conference rate is 6/17/12. CONFERENCE LOCATION All Educational Sessions and the Conference Exhibit will be held at the Phoenix Convention Center in the heart of downtown Phoenix. Questions? General Conference: Contact Candy Murray 1-407-810-6112 8:30 am –5:00 pm EST firstname.lastname@example.org 6 Registration: Contact Roy Reed 1-501-425-5409 8:30 am – 5:00 pm CST email@example.com Educational Program: Contact Jim Gettemy 1-850-591-2732 8:30 am – 5:00 pm EST firstname.lastname@example.org Namebadges must be worn for all Educational Sessions and Social Events.
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