SQLite is a self-contained, serverless database engine. It is found on nearly every operating system and dominates iOS, Android, and macOS as one of the most prevalent and relevant data storage mechanisms. Join Maggie Gaffney (Teel Tech) and Chris Atha (National White Collar Crime Center) for part three of a three-part Springtime SQLite Survival Series. Part III will tackle technical concepts such as decoding SQLite databases in hexadecimal and investigating blobs. This session will focus on leveraging Forensic Browser for SQLite to dive deeper into SQLite files.
This webinar provides an overview of human trafficking and how traffickers exploit adults and children in the United States and around the world for financial gain, among other reasons. Topics include financial and behavioral indicators of labor and sex trafficking, in addition to case studies of the four typologies of money laundering in human trafficking.
This webinar will explain how language can be used as a forensic science tool, underlying research rigor, and acceptable application. It will familiarize participants with historical and emerging use in investigations and prosecutions, the potential relevance to online and digital evidence, and the basic legal considerations for appropriate use in litigation.
Implementing a successful anti-money laundering training program is a challenge in a post-pandemic era. Combining the human element and technology is key to communicating the patterns of money laundering, terrorist financing, and national security threats to financial investigators and anti-money laundering compliance professionals.
The demanding schedule and wide array of responsibilities that professionals in law enforcement take on can make it difficult to sustain a healthy lifestyle. The tips and strategies that will be shared account for common challenges faced by professionals in this industry and will therefore help you efficiently and effectively overcome them. Specifically, we will help you:
- Enhance sleep quality
- "Win" at grocery shopping by finding affordable and delicious "grab-and-go" nutrition
- Strengthen your quality of life by strengthening the muscles that will keep you pain-free on the job and energized after you retire.
This session will be presented by National Strength and Conditioning Association Tactical Program Manager, Mandy Nice. She has over 15 years of experience developing and implementing national award-winning fitness and wellness programs and has presented/authored evidence-proven best practices for national and international organizations including the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the National Tactical Officers Association, the Bureau of Justice Assistance, and more.
The Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) and the American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) have joined together to develop a presentation specifically designed for law enforcement focused on cyber security and the roles our organizations play in helping to combat this ever-evolving problem. ICANN helps coordinate the names and numbers that are used as unique identifiers in the global Internet. It is tasked with helping make sure that the Domain Name System (DNS) remains stable, secure, and resilient. Carlos Alvarez, Director of Trust and Public Safety Engagement at ICANN, will provide an overview of security threats that target the DNS or that leverage it to attack others, and will share about anti-abuse efforts on the DNS and the domain name landscape that are relevant to law enforcement. The American Registry for Internet Numbers (ARIN) is a nonprofit, member-based organization that supports the operation and growth of the Internet. ARIN accomplishes this by carrying out its core service, which is the management and distribution of Internet number resources such as Internet Protocol (IP) addresses and Autonomous System Numbers (ASNs) within its defined service region: Canada, the United States, and many Caribbean and North Atlantic islands. Investigating fraud and abuse in the registry is of utmost importance accurately and reliably maintaining registration information is core to ARIN's mission. Number resource fraud threatens community trust in the registry and reduces the value of the registry to those who rely on it for network operations.
Lt. Bill Walsh from Voorhees (NJ) Police Department and Victoria Newman from How2LoveOurCops will discuss the importance of significant others and their support in the law enforcement career. Victoria will discuss the mission and history of How2LoveOurCops, how they support families of law enforcement professionals, and their partners that help them better serve cops. Lt. Walsh will share his experiences as both a current police officer, father, and husband, but also his experiences growing up as the child of a police officer. He will discuss how those experiences have been utilized in the development of wellness programming including police family.
Discuss an overview of peer recovery support services (PRSS) as part of a comprehensive program to address substance abuse within tribal communities. Explore specific models of PRSS implementation within tribal communities. Identify benefits of PRSS as well as common challenges and barriers. Examine important considerations related to building comprehensive intervention strategies to respond to alcohol and substance abuse issues in tribal communities including PRSS.
Previous webinars have laid the foundation regarding the impact of addiction on the brain, understanding mental health symptoms, and what tribal service providers and criminal justice professionals can do to support tribal members’ journeys out of addiction. Join this session for a facilitated discussion and open forum with subject matter experts who will answer your practical questions regarding working with individuals presenting with co-occurring disorder diagnoses (comorbidity).
Join the U.S. Secret Service National Threat Assessment Center (NTAC) for a free, virtual presentation on their latest study “Averting Targeted School Violence: A U.S. Secret Service Analysis of Plots Against Schools” on Tuesday, June 29 at 12:00–3:30 p.m. ET. The study examines 67 disrupted plots against K–12 schools and highlights the importance of proactive reporting and intervention. This presentation is a replay of a previously broadcast live event from March 30, 2021.