Natalie Paine Will Be Presenting at the First Annual Security & Licensed Investigator Conference Regarding Organized Crime Investigations
Organized crime circuits are dangerous criminal enterprises that cost their communities millions of dollars and countless lives. Only the bravest and most skilled private investigators dare to enter the realm of organized crime investigation. CGA Solution’s First Annual Security and Licensed Investigator Conference will feature a presentation on Organized Crime Investigations for Private Investigators, presented by Natalie Paine, Chief Assistant District Attorney for Columbia Judicial Circuit on March 16th 2022. To reserve your ticket, visit our Eventbrite page here.
Organized Crime in Georgia
Organized crime has run rampant through the streets of America, and specifically Georgia, for a long time. According to a 1976 newspaper from the Rome News Tribune, organized crime was raking in hundreds of millions in Georgia in 1976. Since then, cases of organized crime have increased in frequency and extremity.
These cases often includes crimes such as human trafficking, drug trafficking, extortion, bribery, and murder. In Georgia, harsher organized crime laws allow the state to punish these crimes with a firm hand, often putting dangerous criminals behind bars and providing evidence to warn troubled youth against taking a similar path.
However, the details of investigating these intricate organized crime prosecutions are almost impossible to navigate without highly-specific knowledge. That’s why we’ve invited organized crime expert, Natalie Paine, to speak on the subject at CGA Solution’s First Annual Security and Licensed Investigator Conference.
Investigating Organized Crime
While government and law enforcement officials try to stop the spread and influence of organized crime in their communities, they are often met with difficulties in the investigation and prosecution of such cases. Investigation poses obvious threats, as impeding the business operations of a criminal organization can make enemies of the wrong people.
Prosecution is another can of worms, as one wrong move regarding the evidence collection can nullify the case. For these reasons, private investigators have to be highly knowledgeable about the specific facets of organized crime investigation, extremely meticulous in their investigation tactics, and very skilled in their line of work.
Private investigators hoping to enter the world of organized crime investigation or improve their current investigation outcomes should seek knowledge and advice from experts in the field.
More About Organized Crime Investigations Expert Natalie Paine
Natalie Paine is an expert in the investigation and prosecution of criminal enterprises. She has prosecuted over 50 trials to verdict. She currently serves as the Chief Assistant District Attorney for Columbia Judicial Circuit. She has previously served as the District Attorney for the Augusta Judicial Circuit, and prior to serving as the District Attorney, she served as an Assistant District Attorney for the Augusta Circuit for nine years.
During her tenure as District Attorney, she charged more defendants with RICO/Criminal Street Gang Violations than any other District Attorney state wide. Her primary focus as a prosecutor has been geared towards complex prosecutions, often involving criminal enterprises.
Don’t Miss Natalie Paine’s Expert Advice on Organized Crime Investigation
Learn the essential details of organized crime investigation, earn your continuing education credits, and benefit from the knowledge of our fantastic speakers at CGA Solutions’ First Annual Security and Licensed Investigator Conference March 16-17 2022.
We will host top-tier speakers from the industries leading professionals in Security and Investigation on the following topics: Practical Aspects of Death Investigation, Perimeter and Facility Security, Organized Crime Investigations for Private Investigators, Negligent Security Investigations, Crimes Against the Vulnerable and Elderly (CAVE), Active Shooter Mitigation Training, How To Engage Your Federal Law Enforcement Partners, Investigating Officer-Involved Shootings and Ethics for Private Investigators. Classes are eligible for CE credits. Sign up now!