Millennium Hotel
200 South 4th Street
St. Louis Missouri
Phone: 314-241-9500
Conference Hotel Rates: $109.00 + tax
nightly (for single through quad accom-
Located on the banks of the Mississippi
River, adjacent to the landmark Gateway
Arch in downtown St. Louis. In addition
to conference and meeting facilities, the
hotel features 780 guest rooms, Top of
the Riverfront Revolving Restaurant,
Fourth Street Grill and Martini’s Lobby
Bar. Extensive dining, entertainment,
historical sites and Busch Stadium
within walking distance.
See www.
Gang Training for
the 21st Century
Tel: 816-668-8968
MGIA--Missouri Chapter Address
PO Box 10537
Kansas City, MO 64188
Phone: 816-668-8968
Fax: 316-978-3345
Hotel Information
2010 Midwest Gang
Investigators Association:
National Gang Conference
St. Louis, MO
May 18-20, 2010
23rd Annual MGIA
National Street
Gang Conference
23rd Annual MGIA
National Street
Gang Conference
Sponsored by:
Midwest Gang Investigators Assoc.
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and
United States Attorney’s Office
St. Louis County Police Department
St. Louis Metropolitan Police Department
National Youth Gang Center
Missouri Peace Officers Association
Regional Community Policing Training Institute at
Wichita State University
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Conference Registration Information
Fees: $275 —when registered and paid prior to March 15,
Fees $300 —when registered and paid after March 15, 2010
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The registration fee includes tuition, Conference CD, lunch,
Certificate of Attendance and Membership in MGIA.
Mail Application with Payment to :
Heather Joyce
Regional Community Policing Training Institute
Wichita State University
1845 Fairmount
Wichita, KS 67260-0135
Phone: 316-978-5897
The Missouri Chapter of the Midwest Gang
Investigators Assoc. is proud to host the
2010 MGIA National Conference in historic,
exciting downtown St. Louis. A diverse
agenda of topics related to prevention, in-
vestigation and enforcement will be pre-
sented by some of the most knowledgeable
speakers in the country. Attendees will be
provided various perspec-
tives, intended to better pre-
pare them for dealing with
problems related to criminal
street gangs. In addition to
general sessions, several
breakout sessions will be
conducted in which atten-
dees may focus on specific
areas of interest in their field. This confer-
ence is available only to sworn law enforce-
ment officers, probation/parole officers,
corrections officers and prosecutors.
For questions call (816) 668-8968
Conference Topics and In-
(NOTICE: All conference attendees MUST wear their
Conference ID’s at all times)
Breaking Gang Codes by FBI Cryptology Unit
Gangs in the Military
The Prison Gang Culture
Investigating Gangs in Rural Areas
Impact Gang Problems
Panel Discussions—Various Law Enforcement and
Corrections Agencies
More topics to be announced!!!
Visit for updates.
Special Sessions
Skinheads/Neo-Nazi Culture—Speaker: T.J. Leyden,
former Skinhead/Neo-Nazi member, and author of the
book “Skinhead Confessions” (a dynamic and informa-
tive presentation). He has appeared on numerous
shows including Gangland, the O’Reilly Factor, and spo-
ken at the White House Conference on Hate.
Undercover Outlaw Biker Case—Speaker: Special Agent
Mark Demas, Bureau of ATFE (who conducted the 3
year undercover investigation) will profile the investiga-
tion, the “day in the life” of a biker and then discuss the
psychological challenges to an undercover officer in the
dangerous world of outlaw bikers
Southwest Border Violence—Speaker: Jose Garza, De-
partment of Homeland Security/FBI Terrorism Task
Force in McAllen, TX—an update on trends and activities
of Central American Drug Cartels and groups including
the Zetas, Mara Salvatrucha and others.
Tactical Interrogations of Gang Members—Speaker:
Inspector Michael Martin, Minneapolis Police Dept.—
how to effectively converse and interview suspected
gang members in street situations and during custody
Chapter Welcome
Law Enforcement,
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