The April MACA Meeting will be held on Wednesday, April 24th at 10am at the Wilmington Police Department (1 Adelaide St).
FBI Analyst Sharon Phelan will present on the “Incognito Bandit” serial bank robber case. The Incognito Bandit was responsible for at least 16 bank robberies in the Metro-West and Greater Boston areas during 2016-2017. In most of the robberies, the robber was disguised in a dark hooded sweatshirt, dark face mask/sunglasses covering his face, dark gloves and dark clothing. In most of the robberies, the robber displayed what tellers described as a black semi-automatic handgun. Sharon will discuss the operation/intelligence coordinated efforts that led to the identification and ultimate arrest of the Incognito Bandit.
Register now for the
22nd Annual MACA Training Conference
on beautiful Cape Cod at the Resort and Conference Center in Hyannis, MA.
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Registration: $400 Student rate: $200
$200 reduced registration fee for any analyst who takes the CLEA exam during the conference
Tuition includes breakfast Tuesday-Friday, Welcome reception dinner Tuesday evening, and luncheon Thursday.
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The Massachusetts Association of Crime Analysts
P.O. Box 6123, Chelsea, MA 02150