RMMWA hosts Jane Cracraft, Private Eye

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RMMWA hosts Jane Cracraft, Private Eye

Where:The Historic Denver Press Club,
1330 Glenarm Pl., Denver CO
When:
Thursday Night, March 12th.
Time:6:30 p.m. conversation and cash bar; 7:00 p.m. dinner; and 8:00 p.m. program
Cost:
If paying via Paypal (click on the Paypal button on the website:
http://rmmwa.org/Calendar.html
) cost is $20 for members; $23for non-members. Payment at door is $25 for everyone! RSVPs are necessary. Please email our Caterer Director, Shannon Baker to insure your reservation! The reservation deadline is Monday, March 9th. (If paying via the website, it’s not necessary to email Shannon.)

Menu: Shepherd’s Pie, spinach and berry salad, dessert. As always, a vegetarian choice is available by request.

(NOTE: No shows and anyone not cancelling their reservation 72 hours in advance will be expected to pay since RMMWA will be billed for their reservation.)

Program: PI Jane Cracraft is more than a triple threat: She has worked as a newspaper reporter, college educator, seminar leader, and legal investigator, and is currently an associate editor for P I Magazine. She has insight into the craft of investigation from her 23 years as a PI based in Colorado. She can tell us how the profession has changed over the years, and how statewide regulations will affect PIs in the future. Drawing on her experience, Jane also will be able to tell us the differences between fact and fiction, and how to get it right. She is a past president of the Professional Private Investigators Association of Colorado. She was a longtime member of the National Association of Legal Investigators, serving on their national "Certified Legal Investigator" testing team, and also serving as editor of NALI’s quarterly journal for three years. In 2000 she was named one of the Top 25 Investigators of the Century by the National Association for Investigative Specialists. In 2007 she received the annual "Investigator/Philosopher" award from the Criminal Defense Investigation Training Council for her contributions to the field. Now retired from active investigations, she writes "how to" articles and develops topics submitted to P I Magazine by working PIs.

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