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November 2021 Monthly Meeting

  • Fri, November 19, 2021
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
  • Zoom
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Registration

  • You must be a WATSA member to register before 11/10/21
  • A professional in the field who is not currently a member of WATSA

Registration is closed

Topic:

WATSA is proud to have Det. Gill of the Seattle Police Department and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force speaking on "Current Trends Regarding How People are Accessing and Storing CSEM On-line."

Please Note:

This monthly meeting is limited to professionals in the field.   We are capping attendance at 25 participants.  WATSA members will be given one week to register before this will be announced and open for registration to the general WATSA mailing list.

We will keep a waiting list if the 25 spots are filled.    If you register and cannot attend, please let us know ASAP so that someone else can attend.


Presenter:

Detective Daljit Gill has been a member of the Seattle Police Department since 2007, serving her first 7 years in patrol at Seattle Police Department’s West Precinct. 

In 2014, Det. Gill was assigned to the Felony Domestic Violence Unit, where she investigated Felony Domestic Violence cases, involving stabbings, broken bones, strangulations and threats to life.

In 2015, Det. Gill was assigned to the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICACTF), where she is responsible for the investigation and follow-up of crimes relating to online child sexual exploitation.  Det. Gill is an Undercover Officer and has worked numerous cases as an Undercover resulting in hundreds of arrests involving narcotics, commercial sexual exploitation of minors, sexual exploitation of minors and attempted rape of minors.  As of November 12, Det. Gill is the new Electronic Search Detection K9 Handler of K9 Nala.  Nala is a golden Labrador who is trained in the detection of electronic devices.


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