Training Delivery - Online Training

Cyber Investigation 152 - Search Warrants & Digital Evidence Web-based (Nov 2017)

This course provides information on obtaining and executing search warrants in cases involving digital evidence, with a focus on the similarities and differences between these and other search warrants. The course covers:

Cyber Investigation 152 - Search Warrants & Digital Evidence Web-based (Oct 2017)

This course provides information on obtaining and executing search warrants in cases involving digital evidence, with a focus on the similarities and differences between these and other search warrants. The course covers:

Cyber Investigation 156 - Post Seizure Evidentiary Concerns - LC6 WB

In contrast to the other LCDE modules, which deal primarily with the acquisition of digital evidence, LC6-WB addresses legal issues that appear relatively late in the investigative and judicial process. Topics include the Fifth Amendment as it applies to passwords and login credentials, determining the ownership of files on digital devices, and the admissibility of online evidence.

LC6-WB is the sixth of seven modules in the training series Legal Concerns for Digital Evidence Responders. It can be completed as a stand-alone course or in combination with the other six modules.

Cyber Investigation 157 - Mobile Digital Devices & GPS Web-based (Oct 2017)

"Cyber Investigation 157 - Mobile Digital Devices & GPS" (LC7-WB) addresses the legal issues surrounding mobile digital devices, including cell phones and GPS devices. Topics include seizing and searching mobile devices, the process of obtaining both historical and current location information from cellular service providers, and the legal process needed to install a GPS unit on a suspect’s vehicle. LC7-WB is the seventh of seven modules in the training series Legal Concerns for Digital Evidence Responders.

Drone Forensics 101: Extracting & Examining Data from Drones

The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) understands how important it is for law enforcement professionals to be up to speed on emerging technologies. In recent months, drones have been a subject of controversy and are being used more frequently by criminals. These devices store data and need to be handled appropriately. Active cases are currently being prosecuted in border, battlefield, and correctional facility scenarios. Having the capability to quickly recover and analyze data from drones has become critically important.

Counter Terrorism: Contingency Planning for Law Enforcement Agencies

Despite the best efforts of the Joint Terrorism Task Forces and Fusion Centers, organized or lone wolf terrorist attacks can still occur in the United States. When that occurs, it is the local law enforcement that has to respond. As in all police operations, it is better to have a contingency plan before a terrorist event. 

How to Hunt Criminals and Terrorists: The Actionable Intelligence Workshop

This webinar is designed to instruct law enforcement commanders, their police officers assigned to both patrol and investigative functions, and their analysts on how to aggressively collect and use actionable intelligence. The same intelligence techniques can also be used against both criminal and terrorist targets. The intelligence training taught in the webinar is designed to supplement the existing operational professionalism, skills, and experience within the audience.

Webinar: Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts: Key Components and Standards

Tribal Healing to Wellness Courts have experienced great success, even serving as models for other types of drug courts. Tribal values and the Tribal Key Components document are instrumental in their success. The Tribal Key Components form the foundation of all tribal drug courts. The Adult Drug Court Standards document represents the latest research-based best practices for what works within the drug court setting. Applicants for Wellness Court federal funding are now being asked to abide by both documents.

New Findings in the Smart Policing Initiative

On May 10, 2017 from 2:00 - 3:30 p.m. ET, the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Smart Policing Initiative (SPI) will present a webinar on "New Findings in SPI." Since SPI began in 2009, over 50 SPI projects have been funded to test and evaluate evidence-based policing tactics and strategies. This webinar will feature four SPI sites - Boston, Massachusetts; Cambridge, Massachusetts; Los Angeles, California; and Rochester, New York - that recently completed their evaluation research.

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