This course introduces the problem of intellectual property (IP) theft and provides tools, techniques, and resources for investigating and prosecuting these crimes. A combination of lecture, discussion, and interactive exercises illustrates the potential dangers and economic repercussions of counterfeit products, as well as best practices and techniques for investigating IP theft. Students are provided with a state-specific workbook that includes relevant statutes, sample organizational documents for IP investigations, and additional resources for investigators and prosecutors.
The Prescription Drug Monitoring Program (PDMP) Training and Technical Assistance Center at the Institute for Intergovernmental Research, in partnership with Brandeis University and supported by the Bureau of Justice Assistance under the Comprehensive Opioid Abuse Program (COAP), is pleased to announce that "The Integral Role of PDMPs and Comprehensive Data in Combatting the Opioid Epidemic National Meeting" will be held on June 26–27, 201
It is widely acknowledged that phishing is responsible for more than 90 percent of breaches occurring today. Basic phishing primarily exploits human behavior to entice a victim to ‘click the link’ or ‘open the attachment,’ thus often handing over to the criminal the golden nugget – valid access credentials. While we are all taught not to click or open the attachment, the scheme is still highly successful and profitable.
This second session of Personable’s ScanWriter will demonstrate the newest features and capabilities of the program’s data capture and data analytics functions, to include:
The Bureau of Justice Assistance and the National Resource and Technical Assistance Center team will provide an overview of the 2019 Crime Gun Intelligence Center (CGIC) Solicitation. This webinar will review eligibility, program essential elements, roles and responsibilities of a CGIC, and much more. The solicitation can be found here: https://www.bja.gov/funding/CGIC19.pdf.
Webinar Date and Time: Thursday, May 16, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m. ET.
This course covers basic intelligence writing and briefing principles, as well as methods to facilitate increased intelligence sharing. Topics include creative/critical thinking and critical reading skills, source evaluation, privacy and civil rights, intelligence product writing structure and style, and creating and presenting intelligence briefings. An instructor and peer feedback process is applied to the reports and briefings produced in class.