Training Delivery - Webinar

Ask the Expert: Homeless Outreach Teams

It can often be difficult to link people to the housing resources they need during periods of homelessness and housing insecurity. Homeless Outreach Teams (HOTs) are one approach to connect people to tailored housing and wraparound services in the community, rather than using emergency departments to provide crisis intervention with limited capacity for follow-up.

Field Wide Webinar: Improving Police and Mental Health Partnerships for Youth in Crisis

Law enforcement often respond to youth experiencing behavioral health crises as first responders to provide connections to emergency care. Unfortunately, law enforcement-only responses to youth in crisis can result in higher risk of involvement in the juvenile justice system and traumatization. Though trainings for law enforcement agencies on behavioral health crisis responses and trauma-informed care are increasing, many of them are not properly trained or do not have the resources available to effectively respond to the needs of youth in crisis.

What to Say or Not to Say: Crafting Accurate and Impactful Testimonies

The foundation of success is laid long before the trial begins. Strategic planning, meticulous investigation, and effective communication play pivotal roles in securing favorable outcomes. Join us for an insightful webinar where we will guide you through the essential elements of creating impactful reports and delivering compelling testimony. We will discuss what should and should not be in your investigative reports. Learn the secrets to winning cases and negotiating successful plea deals through articulate and well-crafted documentation.

Presented by:
John Pizzuro

New Approaches to IoT Crime Scene Analysis

This webinar will explore the ever-expanding importance of Internet of Things (IoT) crime scenes and the potential evidence generated by IoT and wearable devices. The session will include real-world examples showcasing IoT crime scene evidence and exhibits, illustrating how these interconnected devices can play a pivotal role in solving cases. The importance of lawful access to IoT devices, including appropriate legal processes and proper pre-planning considerations for IoT evidence searches, will also be discussed.

Cyber Sexual Abuse & Human Trafficking: Understanding the Nexus

In recent years, the digital landscape has provided perpetrators with new tools and avenues to exploit vulnerable individuals for sexual exploitation and human trafficking. Cyber sexual abuse crimes encompass a wide range of activities, including online grooming, non-consensual sharing of intimate images revenge porn, and sextortion. These crimes often serve as a precursor to sex trafficking, creating a dangerous overlap that demands urgent attention. The legal system is unable to keep pace with the rapidly evolving nature of technology and the sophistication of cybercriminal tactics. Goals of the Webinar: • Raise Awareness: Educate participants about the definitions, characteristics, and consequences of cyber sexual abuse crimes and sex trafficking. • Highlight the Connection: Examine the intricate connections between cyber sexual abuse and sex trafficking, emphasizing the grooming process and recruitment tactics used by traffickers. • Address the challenges in the legal systems that prevent victims from getting justice • Offer proposed next steps on how to address these issues Presented by: Melissa Kaiser, consultant, Melkai Consulting Lindsay Lieberman, Esq., Founder, Managing Attorney, Lindsey Lieberman, LLC NW3C does not share webinar attendees personally identifiable information with any third party without opt iin consent given during registration.

Investigating Swatting

Often viewed as a nuisance as opposed to a crime, swatting calls have become extremely common over the past decade. Intertwined with the online gaming culture, swatting has become so popular that there are Discord, YouTube, and Telegram channels dedicated to it. Many police departments feel that these cases will often lead them outside of their jurisdictions, or even their country, and thus they are fruitless and pointless investigations. Nothing could be further from the truth! This webinar will cover common swatting and VoIP abuse trends, best investigatory avenues, and case studies.

Presented by

Keven Hendricks, Dedtective, City of New Brunswick, NJ, Police Department

NW3C does not share webinar attendees personally identifiable information with any third party without opt iin consent given during registration.

The content, views, and opinions expressed in this presentation are those of the individual presenters and do not represent official policy, opinions, or view of NW3C.

Alternatives to Arrest: Improving School Safety Through Diversion Programming Knowledge College

Recognizing the importance of pre-arrest and pre-court diversions in reducing youth involvement in the justice system, this Knowledge College session, hosted by the Bureau of Justice Assistance’s Student, Teachers, and Officers Preventing (STOP) School Violence Specialized Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) for Law Enforcement Program, will focus on improving awareness around diversion strategies and their implementation in school settings.

Cyber Threats to Land Mobile Radio

The Public Safety Threat Alliance Intelligence team will present our observations and assessments on the trends and developments of cyber activity targeting land mobile radio operations in public safety globally.

Presented by:
Tyler Brodbeck, Threat Intelligence Manager, Motorola Solutions
Travis Randall, Senior Threat Intelligence Analyst, Motorola Solutions

Don't Gamble with Counterfeit Auto Parts

Some of the most dangerous counterfeits involve explosive elements of automotive airbags, which can literally explode in the victim's face during a low impact car accident. Join the Automotive Anti-Counterfeiting Council (A2C2) and learn how the members of the association can assist law enforcement with intellectual property investigations. Law enforcement has identified a trend of counterfeited automotive parts growing at an alarming rate. The Automotive Anti-Counterfeiting Council members include: Ford, GM, Honda, Hyundai, Kia, Mercedes-Benz, Nissan, Stellantis, Subaru, Toyota, and VW Group of America.

Presented by,
Thomas H. Kipelius, Brand Protection Investigator, Stellantis

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