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Denny Griffin | Speaker | Read More | The Transparency Project
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Tuesday, 14 January 2020 22:42

Dennis N. Griffin, author

Dennis retired in 1994, after a 20-year career in investigations and law enforcement in
New York State. He wrote his first novel, The Morgue, in 1996. He has since written and
published a total of eight mystery/thrillers. In 2001 he turned his attention to nonfiction and began writing Policing Las Vegas – A History of Law Enforcement in Southern Nevada. He currently has nine nonfiction books in print.

In 2017 Dennis founded the Facebook group The Transparency Projects, dedicated to helping the survivors of victims of murder and suspicious deaths obtain records from the various governmental agencies tasked with investigating their cases:
Mission Statement of The Transparency Projects  

The goal of The Transparency Projects is to help families who are survivors of victims of murder or suspicious death, to gain access to police records related to the investigation of the death of their loved one. This will primarily involve making sure the police agency involved is complying in full with the Sunshine or Open Records laws in effect in their particular jurisdiction. It can include filing appeals when requests for records are denied and/or recommending changes to existing laws that are overly restrictive.

Dennis is the host of the popular Blog Talk Radio podcasts Crime Wire and The Transparency Project Radio Show. He also serves as a consultant matching true crime movie and documentary producers, writers, and event coordinators, with potential technical consultants and speakers for their projects or events.

David Mittelman | Instructor | Read More New approaches to enabling human identification from crime scenes
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Tuesday, 14 January 2020 13:52

Title: New approaches to enabling human identification from crime scenes

David Mittelman is the founder and CEO of Othram Inc, a biometrics company using DNA sequencing and genomics to advance human identification. Mittelman has a well-established background in genomics. He participated in the Human Genome Project while at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and later received his PhD in Molecular Biophysics from Baylor College of Medicine. He completed his postdoctoral training at Baylor’s Human Genome Sequencing Center, under the direction of the centre’s director, Richard Gibbs, PhD, and started his own NIH-funded research program as an associate professor at Virginia Tech where he developed DNA analysis tools used by the 1000 Genomes Project and other large-scale sequencing efforts. In 2013, he founded Arpeggi in a fragmented genomics market. Arpeggi’s focus was to extract medical and ancestry data from genomic datasets using an integrated approach designed to scale well on local and cloud environments. Arpeggi was acquired by Gene by Gene in August 2013, and Mittelman served as the Chief Scientific Officer at Gene by Gene and its flagship brand, Family Tree DNA. He later joined Tute Genomics and led Tute’s acquisition of Knome, an early pioneer in personal genomics. Tute Genomics was acquired by PierianDX in 2016.

Publisher:  Criminal Enterprise Investigations
Tuesday, 14 January 2020 06:16

Conspiracy to Distribute a Controlled Substance; Apparent Violation of Pretrial Release Conditions

Maggie Zingman | Speaker | Read More
Publisher:  CUE Center for Missing Persons
Monday, 13 January 2020 23:31


Weaving Through Walls of Loss; The Back and Forth Dance of Grief and Joy

Since her daughter Brittany’s brutal rape and murder in 2004 in Tulsa, OK, Maggie Zingman has been on a mission. She has logged almost 250,000 miles on 20 Caravan to Catch a Killer tours over 13 years.

Armed with DNA evidence and her case files, Maggie has approached law enforcement agencies and media outlets all across the United States. As a champion for DNA taken on arrest, she believes that her daughter’s killer can be found and justice served. Recently, she had a DNA profile and a possible match, but sadly the person had an airtight alibi and was excluded as the killer.

Dr. Maggie Zingman is a clinical psychologist with a focus in trauma intervention. She works with veterans, first responders, disaster survivors, as well as victims of violence.

Publisher:  Kidnappings & Missing Persons
Friday, 10 January 2020 04:30

February 15, 2017 Mezzeh, Syria

Publisher:  ViCAP Homicides and Sexual Assaults
Monday, 06 January 2020 04:51

Albuquerque, New Mexico May 1, 2019

Publisher:  Seeking Information
Friday, 03 January 2020 05:20

Homicide Victim Charlotte, North Carolina December 9, 2019

Publisher:  National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
Saturday, 21 December 2019 12:00

BENJAMIN RAPOZA, Age Now: 6, Missing: 12/20/2019. Missing From HILO, HI. ANYONE HAVING INFORMATION SHOULD CONTACT: Hawaii Police Department 1-808-935-3311.

Publisher:  Additional Violent Crimes
Tuesday, 17 December 2019 05:59

Kidnapping; Hobbs Act Robbery; Carjacking; Possession and Brandishing of Firearms in Furtherance of a Crime of Violence (two counts)

Publisher:  Additional Violent Crimes
Monday, 16 December 2019 04:14

Attempted Carjacking, Stealing a Firearm, Brandishing a Weapon During and in Relation to a Crime of Violence, Aiding and Abetting

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