1 C I S Consulting Investigation Services Texas License: A-8429 P.O. Box 2097 Waxahachie, Texas (972) Brian K. Ingram, CMI Owner Curriculum Vitae for Brian K. Ingram Education: High School: Corsicana High School 1982 Graduate College: Navarro College Corsicana, Texas Major: Law Enforcement/Police Sciences Degree: Associates in Applied Science- Jan Sam Houston State University Huntsville, Texas Major: Criminal Justice Degree: Bachelor of Science-Dec Basic Police Academy: Central Texas College-Killeen, Texas Honor Graduate (Valedictorian) average Training: Certifications/In-Service Training Child Sexual Assault Investigation: Investigation of Child Sexual Assault; Secret Wounds; Occult/Cult/Ritualistic Abuse Investigations; Child Abuse Investigations. Total Hours: 128 Homicide Investigations: Homicide/Death Scene Investigations Total Hours: 20 Sexual Assault/Rape Investigations: Investigation of Sexual Assault-Adult Total Hours: 20 Interviews/Interrogations: Non-Verbal Indicators of Deception (FBI) Basic Interviews/Interrogations-Reid Method Total Hours: 48 Narcotics Investigations: Crack, Speed and Ice in Texas; Patrol Drug Interdiction; Narcotics Investigations; Use of Informants in Narcotics Investigations. Total Hours: 80 Excellence is Our Standard, Customer Satisfaction Our Goal Jesus is the WAY to Both
2 Page 2 March 16, 2010 Crime Scene Investigation: Fingerprinting, Crime Scene photography, Crime Scene evaluation; Crime Scene Diagram, Evidence Collection and Preservation Total Hours: 40 Other Training Areas: Hostage Negotiation; Anti-Terrorism; Explosive Ordinance Recognition; Advanced Field Sobriety Detection; Horizontal Gaze Nystagmus; Tactical Officer Training; Officer Survival- Street Combat; Nuclear Materials Transport. Total Training Hours (Law Enforcement) : Advanced Peace Officer s License Other Certifications: 2005: FTK Intermediate Certification in Forensic Data Recovery. 2009: SANS Institute: Windows Forensics C.I.S. and Brian Ingram are THE certifying authority in Internet Investigations and Tracing, being one of only two approved schools in the country to offer basic and advanced training in these areas. Professional Experience: : Police Officer, duly licensed and sworn. During this time Brian worked for several different departments, in varying capacities. These areas include; Un-Paid Regular(classification that allowed me to keep my commission while not working full time) Patrol, Investigations, Field Training, Tactical, Supervisory Senior Officer and Chief of Police. Agencies employed by include: Rice, Texas Groesbeck, Texas Temple, Texas Bruceville-Eddy, Texas (Chief of Police) Gun Barrel City, Texas (Interim Chief of Police) Ellis County Texas Sheriff s Dept Red Oak, Police Dept Present Owner/Operator of Consulting Investigation Services. CIS is a full service Private Investigations agency serving all of the state of Texas. CIS also trains other Private Investigators and Law Enforcement Agencies in a variety of areas, mainly in Internet Investigations. CIS and Brian Ingram are approved Schools and Instructors, meeting the Texas Private Security Bureua s standards. School Approval Number: N-204 Instructor Approval Number: I-405
3 Page 3 March 16, 2010 To date, CIS has trained approximately 1500 Private Investigators and 850 Law Enforcement Officers. Law Enforcement Agencies that have participated in this training include; U.S. Postal Inspection Service, FBI, Secret Service, Customs, IRS-CID, DEA, ATF, Indiana State Police, Bloomington, IN Police, Ventura, CA Sheriff s Dept., Ventura Police Dept. New York City Police Dept. City of London, England, Lothian and Borders, U.K. Police, Ohio Attorney-General s Office Computer Crime Division, New York Attorney-General s Office and many others. Expert Witness Information: 1. December 2009 and Ongoing- 254 th District Court, Dallas, Texas. Dyer v Dyer. Accepted by court as expert in Computer Forensics in civil matter pending before the court. 2. Case: April 2005 through January 2007 PWA v Aerobotix. District Court Huntsville, AL. Intellectual Property case involving the analysis of 51 forensic images of hard drives, thumbdrives, CDs and other related media. Case settled in favor of my clients. 3. State of Indiana v Eugene White (Criminal Defense Case all charges dropped against defendant.) 4. Case: State of Texas v Owens District Court of Ellis County, Texas 40 th Judicial District, Public Speaking: March 11, 2010: World Investigators Conference-Dallas, Texas. One 8 hour presentation on Internet Investigations and Tracing. August 2009: Texas Assocation of Licensed Investigators yearly conference: Advanced TCI Internet Investigations/ Tracing August 2009: Florida Association of Private Investigators yearly conference- Tracing and Internet Investigations/Trends for the Future. September 2008: Washington Association of Licensed Investigators: Annual Conference. 2 days (16 hours) on Tracing and Internet Profiling. April 2008: National Defender Investigator Association Annual Conference, Las Vegas, NV. 8 hour session on Tracing and Internet Profiling. December 2007: Washington Association of Licensed Investigators Mid Winter Conference: One 2 hour session on Tracing. October 25, 2007 Insurance Institute of Alberta (Canada) 8 hour session on Identity Theft- Current Methods and Prevention. October 2007: Washington Association of Licensed Investigators Mid-Winder Conference: Internet Investigations-An Overview May 2007: CEIC Conference Lake Las Vegas, Nevada: Two sessions on Data Carving with Kevin Ripa and one session on Forensics from a Defense Perspective. March 2007: Southeast Cybercrime Summit, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw, Ga. Two sessions on Forensics from a Defense Perspective and three sessions on Forensic Internet Investigations/ Tracing. Assisted Kevin Ripa in presentation on Data Carving.
4 Page 4 March 16, 2010 February 27- March 3, 2006: Southeast Cybercrime Summit Kennesaw State University Kennesaw, Ga. (Atlanta)- Three sessions on Internet Investigations in a Forensic Environment. November 2005: Oregon Association of Licensed Investigators Mid-Winter Conference. October, 2002: California Association of Licensed Investigators Annual Conference. February 2002: Oregon Association of Licensed Investigators Winter Conference November 2001: Oklahoma State Bar Convention: two sessions; featured national speaker. February 2001: Indiana Chiefs of Police Association Mid-Winter Conference February 2001: 1 st Annual Las Vegas Intelligence Gathering Symposium. October, 2000: Consulting Computer Expert to the American Bar Association s Winter Conference. Tampa, Florida. Addressed approximately 250 Attorneys on Computer and Internet related Investigations. Sept. 2000: Indiana White Collar Crime Conference- U.S. Attorney s Office, Southern District of Indiana. Addressed approximately 110 State, Federal and Local Law Enforcement from Indiana in Internet Investigations/Trends for the Future. June 2000 National Association of Legal Investigators National Convention in Denver, CO April 1999: Iowa Private Investigators Association State Convention Publications: Internet Investigations Manual: First, Second, Third and Fourth Editions Pursuit Magazine: Fall Tracing for Beginners Joseph Culligan Newsletter: Internet Investigations Seminars Taught: Des Moines, Iowa Allentown, PA Atlanta, GA Portland, OR (2) Dallas, TX Ventura, CA Los Angeles, CA Denver, CO Salina, KS Orlando, FL (2) New York City, NY Burbank, CA Edinburgh, Scotland U.K. Shreveport, LA Indianapolis, IN (3) Cleveland, OH Houston, Texas (2) Fishers, Indiana Austin, Texas Calgary, Alberta, Canada (2) Toronto, Ontario, Canada Milwaukee, Wisconsin (2) Salt Lake City, Utah Tampa, FL Reno, NV In addition to the training and experience listed above, Brian Ingram has been consulted by several Law Enforcement Task Forces concentrating on Child Pornography on the Internet. Major Case Experience: Investigated and Solved the ONLY confirmed Cult related kidnapping in U.S. History. Suspect caught and victim rescued in a daylight operation involving only two officers. The information Brian was able to glean from informants pinpointed the location of the suspect and victim, a 12 year old Missouri female, and the Rescue/Apprehension was
5 Page 5 March 16, 2010 affected without harm to the victim. Before capture, the suspect had eluded the FBI and Missouri officers for 11 months. During his career as a police officer, Brian Ingram solved several major narcotics cases, burglary rings and other major cases. In that time period, Brian Ingram never lost a felony case, a record of approximately 235 felony convictions. As a Private Investigator, Brian has been responsible for investigating and solving several child predator cases internationally as well has some major Internet Fraud rings. Criminal Defense Case Work includes working on the defense team on a high profile, Capital Murder case in which the result was an acquittal. C.I.S. also worked on a locally high profile murder case in 2004 in which an acquittal was won through finding witnesses, previously not interviewed, that were able to identify another person as responsible for the homicide. C.I.S. has participated in approximately 200 Criminal Defense Cases, mostly felony cases, since opening. Areas of specialization in Criminal Defense cases include Homicide, Sexual Assault (both adult and child) and all High Technology/Computer and Internet related crimes. C.I.S and Brian Ingram have successfully investigated a major international credit card processing fraud, resulting in identification of the suspect, location of assets stolen and civil litigation instituted to recover damages arising from the fraud. C.I.S. and Brian Ingram have also investigated an international breach of fiduciary duty case involving a Fortune 100 company and several companies in the Philippines. The case revolved around anonymous s originating from within a Philippines based supplier and the tracing of those s and subsequent recovery of three computer hard drives which proved whom had authored the s in question. C.I.S personnel traveled to the Philippines for the case and were able to get a full confession from a co-conspirator confirming our original findings. Brian Ingram teaches the much talked about Internet Investigations Seminar to Investigators throughout the United States and in several foreign countries. To date, the Internet Investigations Seminar is approved for C.E. credits for Private Investigators: Texas Louisiana Florida Ohio Michigan Kansas Iowa New York Oregon Indiana The seminar has also been approved for Law Enforcement C.E. credits in: Michigan Louisiana Arizona Ohio Texas Florida Indiana New York Courses under development: We are currently developing a C.L.E. course for Criminal Defense Attorneys on the subject of Forensic Data Recovery and Internet Child Pornography Cases: A Criminal Defense Perspective.
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