A full dinner is served at our evening meetings including non-alcoholic beverages, coffee and dessert. Beer and wine are available for sale.
Location: Colorado Auto Dealers Association, 290 E. Speer Blvd., Denver, 80203
Cocktail hour: 6:30, dinner 7 p.m. Program follows.
Criminal Procedures In Law Enforcement
Sergeant Amy Wheeler of the Loveland Police Department will discuss Criminal Procedures. This program looks at law enforcement practices and authority with emphasis on statutory and case law. We will explore crime scene processing, search warrant requirements, and establishing probable cause. The program is designed to provide the attendee with practical knowledge on how the police do their jobs.
Thursday February 6th
Program: Sgt. Amy Wheeler
RMMWA Contact: Margaret Mizushima
Thursday March 12th
Program: Short Story Panel with RT Lawton, Catherine Diltz, Manuel Ramos and Suzanne Proulx (M)
RMMWA Contact: Chris Goff
Thursday April 9th
Program: Mitch Morrisey, Former DA who runs a company solving Cold Cases using DNA
RMMWA Contact: Chris Goff
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The Golden Havana Night
CHAI ANOTHER DAY by Leslie Budewitz
The Big Dive
Crossing the Chicken
The Blue Pearl
Murder at the Petroglyphs
Lady Takes the Case
The Spirit in Question
Bolt from the Blue
The Extinction Agenda
The Subject of Malice
That Churchill Woman
Survive or Die
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