Polonious World Presents Dr Steven Epstein on Effective Training and User Acceptance

Polonious World 2018, 2nd August 2018. Free-to-attend conference on all things investigations, fraud, technology-related.

“Training is more than simply learning how to use the software and hardware in a system but also managing change and the concepts of process-orientation.”

About the speaker

Dr. Steve Epstein Ph.D. Is the VP of Technical Services for Polonious Case Management Systems. He is a 19 year veteran of technology in relating to the insurance industry where he worked for an MGA and a leading fraud investigations firm in the USA as the IT Director. Steve’s Ph.D. specializes in training on enterprise systems.

 

About Polonious World

Polonious World is a free-to-attend event for investigators by Polonious – a world-leading Case Management software product for teams from 1-1000 investigators. It covers topics as varied as investigation techniques, running investigations teams, unique investigation case stories such as Operation Pendennis, Donnie Brasco and others as well as being a great networking event for investigation teams from Australia and around the world.

GeoIntel – 3D modeling and imaging from the air to the cloud makes better claims decisions possible

The Geospatial Intelligence Center is a not-for-profit organization within NICB. This insurance industry consortium delivers geospatial imagery and analytics, leading to more informed underwriting, better claims decisions, reducing fraud and faster catastrophe response. Its mission is to provide the most comprehensive, precise, and up-to-date geospatial information for any address in the United States.

See the before / after (of part of the IRMA intel) below.

About the speaker

Ryan Bank is an Emerging Technology Expert and Innovation Evangelist who enables governments and corporate clients to gather Social and Open Source Intelligence. Besides advising governments and corporations on the use of Emerging Technology, he is also a featured speaker both nationally and internationally on the organizational value of Innovation. He also teaches at Northwestern University, examining the intersection of technology and global development.

Ryan also developed a system — deployed by the US Coast Guard — that used social media monitoring to find survivors after the 2010 Haiti earthquake in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Based on an extensive set of tools — including the remarkable work of several NGOs and Private Volunteer Organizations — he was able to monitor hundreds of thousands of messages coming from Haiti, looking for those that needed immediate rescue. Ultimately, this intelligence would be passed to commanders in the field and rescue teams were launched to the location.

Currently acting as a consulting partner with the National Insurance Crime Bureau (NICB) on developing the Geospatial Intelligence Center (GIC), that will be used to benefit their member insurance companies and, at the same time, support U.S. Government and non-governmental entities, in the form of disaster response capabilities and the application of emerging technology by providing a unique view of catastrophic incidents, both natural and man-made.

 

About Polonious World

Polonious World is a free-to-attend event for investigators by Polonious – a world-leading Case Management software product for teams from 1-1000 investigators. It covers topics as varied as investigation techniques, running investigations teams, unique investigation case stories such as Operation Pendennis, Donnie Brasco and others as well as being a great networking event for investigation teams from Australia and around the world.

Using workflow process systems to drive productivity and efficiency

Polonious World 2018, 2nd August 2018. Free-to-attend conference on all things investigations, fraud, technology-related.

“We use the term ‘workflow process’ to describe what we do, but what does it actually mean?  Why are systems that capture a process superior to those that are merely a database?”  

Rick will be discussing how workflow process systems drive productivity and efficiency and how your organizational goals can be met through using them.

About the speaker

Rick Shepherd is the president of Polonious Investigation Management Systems and has been in senior management in the fraud investigation arena for over two decades.  His focus has been bringing systems and solutions to investigative organizations and helping managers build their units through workflow management, metrics, and analysis.

 

About Polonious World

Polonious World is a free-to-attend event for investigators by Polonious – a world-leading Case Management software product for teams from 1-1000 investigators. It covers topics as varied as investigation techniques, running investigations teams, unique investigation case stories such as Operation Pendennis, Donnie Brasco and others as well as being a great networking event for investigation teams from Australia and around the world.

Polonious – Improving Child Safety

Polonious World 2018, 2nd August 2018. Free-to-attend conference on all things investigations, fraud, technology-related.

The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse was announced in 2012 and completed it’s work and recommendations early this year, 2018. It was a very comprehensive review with more than 8,000 private sessions held and 2575 referrals to authorities resultant.

The presenter has extensive experience, since leaving the Australian Federal Police, into prevention and investigation of Child Safety cases in school systems and other institutions. This presentation will cover:

  • The Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Child Sexual Abuse
  • Child Safety Workflows & Case Studies

 

About the speaker

Simon is the Director of Professional Standards for the Australian Province of the Society of Jesus (Jesuits), an international Catholic male religious order established in 1540.

In this role, Simon oversees all Jesuit, staff & volunteer professional standards and conduct within the Australian Province. He also leads and directs the development, implementation and maintenance of best practice standards concerning professional conduct with a particular focus on the safety of children, young people and vulnerable adults.

As a former Australian Federal Police detective, Simon is a highly experienced and nationally awarded investigator with over twenty years of investigative and advisory experience. He is accomplished in undertaking highly sensitive, secret and complex investigations in the criminal, civil and canon law arenas.

Simon has worked for many years with educational and religious institutions to assist them in, managing claims of historic child sexual abuse, reportable conduct investigations, serious staff misconduct investigations, policy advice and conflict resolution.

Simon is also a member of the Victoria Police Registration & Services Board (Review Division) and is a member of the Melbourne City Council’s Family and Children’s Advisory Committee.

About Polonious World

Polonious World is a free-to-attend event for investigators by Polonious – a world-leading Case Management software product for teams from 1-1000 investigators. It covers topics as varied as investigation techniques, running investigations teams, unique investigation case stories such as Operation Pendennis, Donnie Brasco and others as well as being a great networking event for investigation teams from Australia and around the world.


Polonious World 2018 presents Shane De Kauwe

“When it comes to fraud, there is an endless variety of ways to steal, but with a systematic investigative process, investigators can improve the effectiveness and consistency of their investigations.”

Shane De Kauwe is the Director of Sales for Polonious and Author of The Law of Fraud: An Australian Investigator’s Guide. Shane’s expertise is the result of a unique combination of formal training in law, and twenty-five years of specialist practice in law enforcement, national security, and corporate fraud investigation/prevention, particularly in the finance sector.
Shane will use a fraud example to demonstrate the differences between fraud laws across Australia, and how understanding those legal differences provides Investigators with investigational advantages in the pursuit of fraud offenders.
About Polonious World

Polonious World is a free-to-attend event for investigators by Polonious – a world-leading Case Management software product for teams from 1-1000 investigators. It covers topics as varied as investigation techniques, running investigations teams, unique investigation case stories such as Operation Pendennis, Donnie Brasco and others as well as being a great networking event for investigation teams from Australia and around the world.

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Polonious World 2018 presents Tim Riley

“Case Management: A law enforcement perspective derived from practical experience in a complex, dynamic & unforgiving criminal justice system in the U.S.”

Tim Riley is the Assistant Chief of Police for the Port of Los Angeles Police Department. Before this time, Tim has over 37 years of law enforcement experience, 31 years with Newport Police Department, retiring as Captain, 5 years with the LAPD and 6 years as an executive with IBM in their Law Enforcement/Intelligence business.
The presenter leverages his extensive law enforcement & private sector public safety experience to review criminal case management, typical of the 18,000+ law enforcement agencies in the U.S. A compelling argument is made to promote the need to leverage a formal and automated case management solution for criminal investigations to increase case solving and administrative oversight. The presentation includes the emotional review, from personal experience, of a media sensitive horrific double murder case that challenged the criminal justice system and strained police resources required to solve and manage the investigation.
About Polonious World

Polonious World is a free-to-attend event for investigators by Polonious – a world-leading Case Management software product for teams from 1-1000 investigators. It covers topics as varied as investigation techniques, running investigations teams, unique investigation case stories such as Operation Pendennis, Donnie Brasco and others as well as being a great networking event for investigation teams from Australia and around the world.

 

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