Join a team of experts from NW3C as they provide thoughtful and detailed answers to the intelligence analysis questions you submit.
Heightening your daily energy level, increasing your strength, and optimizing your health substantially increases your quality of life. Despite having a tightly booked schedule and heavy workload as a law enforcement professional, all of those benefits are still within your reach. You can attain them by properly preparing your work environment, home environment, brain, and body. Join Pinole Police Chief Neil Gang and National Strength and Conditioning Association Tactical Program Manager Mandy Nice for field-tested, evidence-proven best practices. Chief Neil Gang of the Pinole Police Department brings over 30 years of law enforcement and leadership expertise to this presentation. He will share the outstanding best practices he has used to create a culture of wellness and positive morale at his agency.
Mandy Nice, Tactical Program Manager of the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA), brings over 15 years of professional experience in the health and fitness industry. She will share practical strategies you can use to make the healthy choice the easy choice. Both speakers are subject matter experts for national and international law enforcement organizations, including the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Subject Matter Experts and more. They share a passion for helping law enforcement professionals lead strong careers with excellent health and quality of life.
Chief Neil Gang, Chief of Police, Pinole Police Department
Mandy Nice, Tactical Manager, National Strength and Conditioning Association
Tradecraft is the analyst/investigators competency. Join Robert Bacon for a discussion of the integrated application of criminal analysis tools, and to learn why analysis is such a vital part of any investigation. He will discuss why it is essential to develop a fact-based argument to support the theory of the criminal case within the parameters set by U.S criminal procedure and the standards of proof needed to progress an investigation and the protection of rights.
It is commonly quoted that only 10-20 percent of cybercrimes are reported to law enforcement. Join Cybercrime Support Network (CSN) as it explores statistics that shed light on the unreported incidents with insight from law enforcement officers, investigators, and justice experts on how to use this information to make your jurisdiction more secure.
Asked and Answered Episode II: Join a team of experts from the NW3C as they provide thoughtful and detailed answers to the CTF questions you submit. Head over to https://nw3.ctfd.io and click the link on the home page to submit any question regarding CTF, digital forensics, cyber investigations, or information security and A panel of NW3C experts will provide answers during this live session.
What do you do when you are confronted with a large-scale financial crime case that has taken place over years? What investigative steps do you take? Where do you begin with the audit?
This webinar looks at complex money laundering audits and investigations to show things you may want to consider in successfully prosecuting these crimes.
John R. Healey, Assistant Attorney General, CECFE
Philip V. Apruzzese, Director, CUFFS Initiative, Assistant Attorney General, CECFE
Meaghan, Scotellaro, Principal Auditor Investigator, NYS Office of the Attorney General
Mark J. Terra, Detective Investigator, NYS Office of the Attorney General
Have you ever wondered what happens when you send a subpoena seeking financial records to one of the large Banks? Do you want to learn how large Banks receive, interpret, fulfill, and deliver subpoena responses? In partnership with the American Bankers Association, this interactive webinar will include panelists from Capital One, Fifth Third Bank, JP Morgan Chase, Key Bank, and US Bank sharing their perspective on third-party subpoena processing as well as industry trends. This is your chance to find out more about the process and learn how these big Banks are implementing technology into the overall subpoena process. Have specific questions? Bring it! After a brief presentation, panelists will hold a Q&A session with the audience.
When it is your life, it can be hard to identify that any significant changes are taking place. Other times, you may know things are having an impact on you, but it is unclear when therapy might actually be beneficial. This presentation will cover how traumatic events from the job can have an impact on first responders, how to identify the impacts that the job is having on you, and how to know when it is time to seek help from a professional.
Dr. Rachelle Zemlock, Licensed Clinical Psychologist, First Responder Family Psychology
This webinar will discuss the inherent stresses of working as a first responder, and how post-traumatic stress, grief, and suicide emerge. We will also discuss ways to curtail stress and build resiliency on and off the job.
The Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Northern and Middle States Rural Law Enforcement Training and Technical Assistance Grant Program is a new initiative designed to provide resources to small, rural, and tribal law enforcement agencies within the northern and middle region of the U.S. This program will support efforts in addressing precipitous increases of all types of crime unique to this region, including human trafficking, sexual assaults, extortion, gang activity, murder, drug trafficking, and other forms of violent crime. The purposes for the awards under this program are to: Improve the agency's investigative, intelligence, and/or interdiction capabilities. Enhance information sharing, including investigative and intelligence data sharing with other agencies. Assist in projects/initiatives unique to an agency or its region. Improve dedicated communications capabilities. Provide specific technical assistance that could include hardware/software, specialized equipment, and peer assistance. Applicants must meet the following eligibility requirements to be considered for this program: Must be a small, rural, or tribal law enforcement agency located within the northern and middle region of the U.S. to include: Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota, Minnesota, North Dakota, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Idaho, Nevada, Louisiana, Oregon, Washington, Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Alaska and serving a population size of 100,000 or less.