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Surviving a Serial Killer: From Victim to Valor

How to Get Away with Murder: Misdirection by Criminal Asphyxiation

Night Stalker: Richard Ramirez

Current Litigation Trends

Overdose Deaths: Who’s to Blame?

The 30 Year Hunt for the BTK Killer

Child Homicide Investigations

Trial Preparation: Through the ROCIC Looking Glass

Ghost Guns

*Topics subject to change

Sunday, August 15 3pm – 6pm Onsite Registration
Monday, August 16 7:30am – 9am Onsite Registration
9am – 5pm Opening Ceremony, State Intelligence Meetings & Presentations
Tuesday, August 17 8:30am – 5pm Presentations
Wednesday, August 18 8:30am – 3pm Presentations

*All times are Central Daylight Time*

Golden Nugget Hotel 

The group block is now completely FULL.

Though the group government rate is unavailable, guests may still book reservations at the regular hotel rate online by clicking here. Guests may call Reservations Department directly at 1-800-777-7568 for the regular hotel rate.

Check in: 4:00PM
Check out: 11:00AM

DISCLAIMER: The Golden Nugget Biloxi requires a first night’s deposit of room and tax, per room, to guarantee individual reservations.

More Information Coming Soon

The registration fee is $150 per attendee for ROCIC or RISS member agencies.
The registration fee for non-member agencies is $250 per attendee.
*Registration fee includes all ROCIC training sessions and information exchange.

Registration and payment are required prior to the training. All registration fees must be made by check or credit card and received by ROCIC no later than August 2nd to secure your spot at the conference. If payment is not received by August 2nd, you will be notified, and the spot will be cancelled or given to someone on the waiting list.

Refund policy: All refunds must be made in writing and received by August 14th to receive a full refund of registration fees. Please note that if you paid by credit card, the $6 processing fee per attendee for credit card payments is non-refundable. Please email Tammy Kittrell at tkittrell@rocic.riss.net with your refund request.

Registration payment can be made by credit card, check, or cash. If paying by credit card, payment link will be included with email confirmation and sent to the email address listed when registering. There is a $6 nonrefundable processing fee per attendee for all credit card payments. Please make all checks payable to “ROCIC” and forward to the following address:

ROCIC Training
Attn: 2021 Fall Membership Conference
545 Marriott Drive, Suite 850
Nashville, TN 37214

All registration fee payments must be received no later than: August 2nd, 2021. Include the names of those attending on all correspondence.
TAX ID# 62-1046640

Click here for Registration 

If you are unable to register online or need assistance, please email training@rocic.riss.net

*Attendees are responsible for lodging, meals and travel.

“ROCIC training and information sharing events are restricted to full time employed law enforcement and prosecutorial personnel, to include investigative and analytical support staff. Private security, contract, reserve, auxiliary, and part time employees are not eligible for attendance.

 

ROCIC and Biloxi Police Department are pleased to invite you and your company to take part by hosting a booth at the upcoming ROCIC 30th Annual Homicide Conference. ROCIC is expecting 350 attendees representing law enforcement agencies from all levels of government: municipal, county, parish, judicial district, state, and federal.
As an exhibitor, we would be honored to have you showcase your organization’s services and products. Your participation in this event is a chance for you to interact with other like-minded individuals, to exchange ideas and cultivate working relationships.

Vendor Letter Invite

ROCIC VENDOR REGISTRATION + PAYMENT INFORMATION:

ROCIC will be partnering with cohost, Biloxi Police Department, who will handle all vendor payments.

To register: http://register.rocic.com/vendor.aspx?coKey=1385

Follow up by mailing a copy of your registration confirmation along with your payment to:
Biloxi Police Department Reserves
Attn: Major Harold “Butch” Windom
170 Porter Ave.
Biloxi, MS 39530

Make checks payable to Biloxi Police Department Reserves in the memo section write 2021 Fall ROCIC Conference. Credit card payments are not accepted.

For questions regarding vendor payments, please contact Major Harold “Butch” Windom by email at hwindom@biloxi.ms.us or by phone at (228) 348-8206.

Vendor fees will be refunded up to 10 days from the conference should ROCIC or Biloxi PD cancel the conference for any reason.

On Site Dining Options – Golden Nugget

Morton’s Steakhouse

The Buffet

Lillie’s Asian Cuisine

Michael Patrick’s

Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.

Starbucks

H2O Bar & Grill

Where will conference registration be located?
Conference registration will be located in the Pre-Function Area outside of the Grand Ballroom located in the Golden Nugget Hotel.

 

Where will the general session be located?
All conference presentations will be held in the Grand Ballroom of the Golden Nugget.

 

Will there be a networking reception?
TBD. This will be announced during the conference opening ceremonies.

 

Where will the state intelligence meetings be located?
These meeting will be held in various rooms and will be announced during the conference.

 

What dining options are available in the surrounding area?
There are several dining options on site as well as nearby restaurants.

MINUTES

ROCIC MEMBERSHIP MEETING

Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

March 15, 2021

Chair Scott Deckard called the meeting to order. Chair Deckard gave an explanation of the Membership Meeting.

*Chair Deckard noted that the minutes from the August 24, 2020 Membership Meeting in Savannah, Georgia, are posted on the ROCIC Conference Website. Steven McCain made a motion to accept the minutes, seconded by Tommy Loving.  Unanimous.

Secretary Jeff Faries announced the following agencies were accepted for membership at the Board of Directors Meeting on March 14, 2021.

These agencies include:

ALABAMA

  • Butler County Sheriff’s Office, Greenville
  • Clay County Sheriff’s Office, Ashland

ARKANSAS

  • Drew County Sheriff’s Office, Monticello

FLORIDA

  • Baker County Sheriff’s Office, Macclenny
  • Edgewood Police Department, Edgewood
  • Winter Haven Police Department, Winter Haven

GEORGIA

  • Clayton County Solicitor – General’s Office, Jonesboro
  • Grady County Sheriff’s Office, Cairo
  • Habersham County Sheriff’s Office, Clarkesville
  • Hogansville Police Department, Hogansville
  • Johnson County Sheriff’s Office, Wrightsville
  • Pickens County Sheriff’s Office, Jasper
  • Webster County Sheriff’s Office, Preston
  • S. Department of Housing and Urban Development – Office of Inspector General – Atlanta, Atlanta

KENTUCKY

  • Lyon County Sheriff’s Office, Eddyville
  • Northeast Kentucky Drug Task Force, Ashland

LOUISIANA

  • Alexandria Fire Department – Arson Investigations, Alexandria

MISSISSIPPI

  • Coldwater Police Department, Coldwater
  • District Attorney’s Office 6th Judicial District, Natchez

NORTH CAROLINA

  • Craven County Sheriff’s Office, New Bern
  • Zebulon Police Department, Zebulon

OKLAHOMA

  • Calera Police Department, Calera
  • Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry, Oklahoma City
  • Tulsa Community College Police Department, Tulsa

SOUTH CAROLINA

  • Johnston Police Department, Johnston
  • Ninety Six Police Department, Ninety Six

TENNESSEE

  • District Attorney’s Office 8th Judicial District, Tazewell
  • Loudon Police Department, Loudon
  • Union County Sheriff’s Office, Maynardville

TEXAS

  • Bell County Sheriff’s Department, Belton
  • Fort Bend County Sheriff’s Office, Fort Bend
  • Killeen Independent School District Police Department, Killeen
  • Roanoke Police Department, Roanoke
  • United Stated Postal Service – Office of Inspector General – Southern Field Office, Coppell

VIRGINIA

  • Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office, Spotsylvania
  • Washington County Sheriffs’ Office, Abingdon
  • Williamsburg Police Department, Williamsburg
  • United States Postal Service – Office of Inspector General – Headquarters, Arlington

Chair Deckard recognized and presented a plaque to Ricky Gardner for his support and contributions to ROCIC and his service to the ROCIC Board of Directors.

Chair Deckard asked for any unfinished business or any new business.

*There being no further business, a motion was made by Joe Costa, seconded by Tommy Loving, to adjourn the meeting. Unanimous.

The meeting was adjourned.