The "Enhancing Law Enforcement's Analytical Capacity: Technology Integration in West Memphis, Arkansas" webinar will review the recent technology integration effort undertaken by the West Memphis, Arkansas Police Department (PD), as part of the West Memphis, Arkansas National Public Safety Partnership site, to enhance its data-driven policing mission.
Although crime control policy and program development processes are increasingly being informed by scientific evidence, identifying and adopting what works is only part of what’s needed to realize positive outcomes. Evidence-based programs and practices (EBPs) still have to be implemented with fidelity and integrity in order to be successful. Unfortunately, implementation is not an easy task. Implementation science, however, can help practitioners tackle implementation challenges so the promise of EBPs can be more fully realized.
The "Financial Crime (FC) 101 - Financial Investigations Practical Skills" (FIPS) course provides hands-on training at a basic level. Students develop the practical skills, insight, and knowledge necessary to manage a successful financial investigation from start to finish, including the acquisition and examination of financial records, interview skills, and case management and organization. Additional topics include securities fraud, insurance fraud, financial exploitation of the elderly, financial profiling, and state-specific statutes and legal issues.
In 2017, the Association of State Criminal Investigative Agencies (ASCIA) recognized the challenges facing many agencies that are tasked with investigating officer-involved shootings and other uses of force. As an association of statewide investigating agencies across the United States, ASCIA recommended the development of peer-agency guidance to assist state investigative agencies, as well as local agencies, conducting their own investigations into these incidents.
With the vast amount of data available and the calls for stopping law enforcement's access to data, this two-part webinar series will act as a guide through it all. Part two will cover tracking and using international phone numbers, Internet Protocol addresses, social media tools and techniques, tips for legal process to social media companies, and free law enforcement tools. The webinar will also discuss rules for using social media in investigations.
With the vast amount of data available and the calls for stopping law enforcement's access to data, this two-part webinar series will act as a guide through it all. Part one will cover:
The landscape of terrorist attacks has changed, the frequency of attacks has increased, and the targets are anywhere or anyone. Cops play a crucial role, as they are positioned to be the first and last line of defense. This webinar will take a look at ISIS tactics; the people committing acts of terrorism; intelligence collection before, during, and after an event; training; and event preparation. The webinar will look at how ISIS is convincing its followers to take up arms and what that might mean in the immediate future.
This webinar will provide a forensics examiner's approach and views on jailbreaking modern iOS devices and rooting Android devices to further investigations and verify artifacts. Attendees will be provided other topics and information to provoke thought and inspire new ideas for forensic examinations. Additionally, this webinar will act as a primer to highlight new topics that will be covered in a new class on the horizon from the National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C).
This webinar will discuss the impact that virtual currency has on investigations. Starting with a brief introduction on what virtual currency is, how to get it, and who is using it and why, the presenters will then discuss some high profile cases, such as Silk Road and the recent Alpha Bay and Hansa takedowns.
"Overview of White Collar Crime" is designed to provide the learner with awareness-level information on white collar crime. This course covers a variety of topics in the world of white collar crime, including: