Law Enforcement

Why'd It Have to Be Snakes?: Python Programming for Law Enforcement Part 3

Python is a powerful programming language designed with the beginner in mind. With its endless tutorials and extensive libraries, Python is a perfect addition to any officer or analyst's repertoire. Python for Law Enforcement is a four-part webinar series that is geared for law enforcement. Attendees will start with the basics and learn what Python is and how it can be used to simplify their day-to-day taskings. Attendees will also be provided with coding examples as well as resources available to help aid them in learning Python. This series is designed for the novice programmer, but any law enforcement can attend. 

Session 3 will discuss the following: while loop, for loop, break/continue, coding example, functions, inheritance, modules, coding example, print, userinput, conditional statements, coding examples, and questions. 

This webinar is intended for law enforcement personnel: those who are directly attached to or work in support of a law enforcement agency. Please register using your agency-issued email. 

Financial Crimes Against Seniors Part 3: Response, Prosecution, and Prevention

Join the National White Color Crime Center (NW3C) and the Elder Justice Initiative for the third webinar in a three-part series based on the NW3C Financial Crimes Against Seniors class. The webinar will include information about the following:

  • Responding to a senior call.
  • Prosecuting elder exploitation.
  • Promoting awareness and prevention.

Why'd It Have to Be Snakes?: Python Programming for Law Enforcement Part 1

Python is a powerful programming language designed with the beginner in mind. With its endless tutorials and extensive libraries, Python is a perfect addition to any officer's or analyst's repertoire. 

Python for Law Enforcement is a four-part webinar series geared toward law enforcement. Attendees will start with the basics by learning what Python is and how it can be used to simplify their day-to-day taskings. Attendees will also be provided with coding examples as well as resources available to help aid them in learning Python. This series is designed for the novice programmer, but any law enforcement can attend. 

Session 1 will cover the following: introduction, problem statement (is the data format different?), programming language, analyzing data, automating process, description of Python, law enforcement software that uses Python, IDE, resources, versions, Python docs, W3 schools, forums, and questions. 

This webinar is intended for law enforcement personnel: those who are directly attached to or work in support of a law enforcement agency. Please register using your agency-issued email. 

The Art of Social Engineering: How to Understand and Use It As a Tool for Proactive Investigations

The use of electronic devices have influenced most of our interactions in the online world. Technology contributes to people's perception of things being real when they are not, which has enabled people to be manipulated through the art of social engineering. This webinar will delve into the science of social engineering and explain how people get manipulated. This webinar will also discuss social engineering in proactive investigations to engage suspects and have them unwittingly provide information and, more importantly, evidence that can be used for investigations.

Collecting Advertiser ID Evidence in Criminal Investigations

Many mobile phone users choose to share Advertiser ID information with app developers and social media companies. This includes precision handset geolocation information. Advertiser ID handset geolocation information is separate and distinct from handset geolocation information collected by cellular carriers, by Google for Android OS devices, or on iOS handsets in Significant Locations. Commercially available Advertiser ID information can be used during criminal investigations to determine if a handset was at multiple crime scenes near the times of those crimes and to determine specific locations where a handset was previously located. This webinar will discuss Advertiser IDs, show where Advertiser ID controls are located on iOS and Android OS handsets, outline investigative use and considerations, and detail specific instances when evidence collected from commercially available Advertiser ID information was used during the investigations of serious crimes.

Webinar – “Maricopa County: Leveraging Forensic Genetic Genealogy to Solve Cold Cases”

This webinar will provide a brief overview of the Maricopa County, Arizona Attorney’s Office (MCAO) Sexual Assault Kit Initiative (SAKI) project and how it used funding to provide advanced/additional DNA testing to the 25 police agencies within its prosecutorial jurisdiction. SAKI Site Coordinator Cesar Tirado will discuss the procurement process used to identify vendor labs, how requesting police agencies obtain funds, and some of the unique challenges encountered as part of this funding opportunity.  

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