Monthly Archives: August 2016

Thurston County Boy, 17, Arrested for Theft of Chehalis Police Chief’s Vehicle

A 17-year-old boy from Thurston County is facing felony charges after allegedly stealing a police car belonging to Chehalis Police Chief Glenn Schaffer and leading police on a lengthy chase

Source: Thurston County Boy, 17, Arrested for Theft of Chehalis Police Chief’s Vehicle

Police: Laptop used to reprogram, steal more than 100 cars

Two men accused of using pirated computer software to steal more than 100 cars may have exploited an electronic vulnerability to advance auto theft into high-tech crime

Source: Police: Laptop used to reprogram, steal more than 100 cars

AUTO THEFT PREVENTION

This is what being a Seattle cop is like

The city’s police are dealing with constant scrutiny from their bosses, the media and an increasingly hostile public.

Source: This is what being a Seattle cop is like

Washington State has become a hotbed for auto thefts

From the insurance industry’s viewpoint, the state of Washington is a hotbed for auto thieves. Experts say much of the auto theft that takes place in our state is by organized theft rings that are looking to steal cars for the parts.

Seattle detective speaks candidly about increase in car thefts this year

Car thefts in Seattle are likely committed by the same small group of people, according to one detective close to the cases.

Special Investigations Academy

NICB Special Investigations Academy

Conducted annually, this four-day event provides intensive classroom training taught by industry/technical experts, law enforcement agents and NICB personnel. Available in basic and specialized tracks, the academy serves as an excellent forum to network and develop productive relationships with dozens of anti-fraud professionals.

Eligibility is restricted to the direct (not contracted) employees of member companies. Additionally, government agencies and law enforcement are eligible to attend the academy on a space available basis if their current assignment involves the investigation of insurance crime.

WSATI – SO Chapter – 44th ANNUAL TRAINING SEMINAR

WSATI – SO Chapter 44th ANNUAL TRAINING SEMINAR – October 16th-20th, 2016

SAN DIEGO MARRIOTT MISSION VALLEY 
8757 Rio San Diego Drive
San Diego, California 92108

$163.68 per night (includes taxes) plus $9.00 per night self parking or $35 per night valet parking

Click here for Reservation Link

EARLY BIRD THROUGH JULY 15TH * $275.00
REGULAR JULY 16TH – SEPTEMBER 30TH ** $295.00
LATE OCTOBER 1ST – ONSITE REGISTRATION $325.00

Training Reminder

WSATI Training on  September 19th through September 23rd.

Don’t forget to pre-register for the Auto Theft School before August 11!

Click here for details

Pre-registration to this school is required. School tuition is $160 prior to August 11th. Tuition received after that date will be $200.
Call 206-786-4723 if you have any questions.