Training Delivery - Classroom Training / Onsite

Cyber-Investigation 100: Identifying and Seizing Electronic Evidence

This six-hour course provides law enforcement professionals with the knowledge and skills necessary to respond to an electronic crime scene and to safely and methodically collect and preserve items of evidentiary value that may be used in court proceedings.

At the end of instruction students will be able to:

• Recognize various types of electronic media and hardware used for storing electronic data. Items include computers, thumb drives, media cards, PDAs, etc.

ASCA Special Issues Seminar and All Directors Training

The 2012 Special Issues Seminar and All Directors Training will be held at the National Institute of Corrections Training Academy in Aurora, CO on October 25, 26 and 27, 2012. Accommodations will be at the Denver Airport Marriott Hotel beginning Wednesday evening, October 24 for those attending the Special Issues Seminar, and departing Sunday, October 28.

Methamphetamine Investigative Workshop

Organizations:
Institute for Intergovernmental Research, Boston Police Department, East Coast Gang Investigators Association, Massachusetts Executive Office of Public Safety and Security, New England High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA), New England State police Information Network (NESPIN), United States Attorney’s Office (District of Massachusetts)

Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) Workshop (Sep. 17, 2012)

Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) is a law enforcement operational model that integrates location based crime and traffic crash data to determine the most effective methods for deploying law enforcement and other resources. The goal of DDACTS is to reduce crime, crashes, and traffic violations across the country.

Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) Workshop (Sep. 24, 2012)

Data-Driven Approaches to Crime and Traffic Safety (DDACTS) is a law enforcement operational model that integrates location based crime and traffic crash data to determine the most effective methods for deploying law enforcement and other resources. The goal of DDACTS is to reduce crime, crashes, and traffic violations across the country.

LGBTQ Youth and Juvenile Justice: Emerging Policy and Practice Lessons

Please join Vera for a panel discussion about LGBTQ youth in juvenile justice featuring an expert researcher, policy maker, and practitioner.

The panelists will discuss research on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) youth in the juvenile justice system and how juvenile justice departments are better serving LGBTQ youth through changes to policy and practice. The discussion will also include considerations for social service agencies and juvenile justice systems in working with youths’ families.

Peer-to-Peer Investigations

Unquestionably, the Internet today provides new and unprecedented opportunities for sex offenders to meet and share explicit images and predation methods. Peer-to-peer (P2P) networks are one way these individuals share child pornography and other explicit materials. P2P networks allow collectors of child pornography to download and trade movies, images, and pornographic text with others in the network. In effect, individuals in these networks maintain "libraries" of images for others to share.

Online Investigations: Tools, Tips, and Techniques

The constant evolution of technology and its use by criminals is a challenge investigators face on a daily basis. Law enforcement is hard-pressed to stay on top of technological trends—new ways for people to share information online seem to crop up every day. Agencies struggle to get their personnel the knowledge, skills, and capabilities they need to incorporate technology into their investigations. Investigators have an urgent need to learn how to search for, locate, save, and replicate online information relating to all areas of crime.

Grant Writing and Administration

This training session is designed to provide the participants with extensive instruction on grant-making and the administration of grants. This session will examine the various grant programs for tribal communities and the rules for writing them. We will examine federal, state, and private grant-making resources and the strategies needed to develop proposals. Participants will receive instruction on the principles of grant management, modifications, monitoring, reporting/audits, and evaluation. All attendees will receive a comprehensive training manual and a certificate of achievement.

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