The Tarrant County Sexual Abuse Advisory Council Presents
2014 Annual TCSAAC Conference
Focusing on Sexual Assault and Abuse
Wednesday, April 30th • 8:00 am—5:00 pm
Fort Worth Police Department Training Academy
1000 Calvert St • Fort Worth, TX • 76107
Speakers and Topics Include:
Keynote: John B. Warnick
When John was ten years old, he was carrying a secret he didn’t share with anyone; he had been sexually molested by a soccer coach he idolized and trusted. For the next ten years, John would bury that secret. Today John B. shares with law enforcement agencies, school administrators, youth counselors, and concerned adults the incredible story of how his decision to go to the police and district attorney, led him to participate in a sting operation that uncovered a nationwide child porn network.
Lisa Tanner: The Murder of Christine Morton and the Subsequent Prosecutions
Christine Morton was bludgeoned to death as she slept in her bed on August 13, 1986. The following year, a jury convicted her husband, Michael, of her murder and sentenced him to life in prison. Prior to, during, and after his trial, Michael consistently proclaimed his innocence. In 2011, after Michael had spent 25 years in prison, DNA testing that he requested, along with a renewed investigation, revealed what Michael had said all along: that an intruder, not he, had murdered Christine. Today’s technology revealed what could not have been known in 1986; that the intruder was Mark Alan Norwood.
Jeffrey Shaffer: Senior Special Agent with the
US Secret Service North Texas Electronic Crimes Task Force
Jeffrey Shaffer will present on a Capital Murder/Death Penalty case from 2013. He will then present on the fast paced world of mobile devices, mobile networks and social media. The audience will be introduced to forensic tools used for data extraction from mobile phones and GPS devices, and will understand the obstacles facing the examiner of these devices that are not incurred with traditional computer forensics examinations.
Jon Hay: Detective with Richardson PD assigned as a
North Texas Electronic Crimes Task Force Officer with the US Secret Service
Detective Hay will present on the Daryl Bernard case, involving an ex-boyfriend of the victim who created multiple online profiles posing as the victim on adult dating sites, stating she had fantasies of being sexually attacked. This resulted in multiple males showing up at her work and even when she was out shopping or running errands.
Questions: Please contact Deborah Caddy at 817-927-4039 or email@example.com