This in-person course has a $450 registration fee and you can register here.
An engaging course providing attendees with effective analytical concepts/tools and strategic techniques to be utilized with investigations and in progress calls for service.
This is a free online course. You can register here.
The Internet of Things involves a web of data which requires planning to access and manage. During this training, we will explore devices and their connected systems, to understand how they create valuable evidence and could have significance at crime scenes. Examination through live demonstrations on how to retrieve and review the data, identify applicable Fourth Amendment concepts, and apply them to build a legally defensible and ethical case will be discussed.
Registration for this course is $50 and you can find the flyer here.
NIBIN, which stands for the National Integrated Ballistic Information Network, gives Forensic Scientists the ability to search their ballistic evidence against a nationwide database of ballistic evidence collected from other criminal investigations for the purpose of providing actionable investigative leads. With over 300 NIBIN sites now operating in the United States, there is certainly a NIBIN site near you that you can tap into as a resource.
Want to find out if multiple firearm-involved cases within your department are related? Does a neighboring jurisdiction have a firearm from one of your crimes in their custody? Want to know what people were involved in the other shootings your ballistic evidence connected too and where those shootings happened? Come learn how you can most effectively utilize this resource to solve crimes.
This course has a cost of $450 and you can find the flyer here.
Microsoft Access is a powerful database management program that many crime analysts already have. This hands-on course provides students with an introduction in using Microsoft Access for Crime Analysis. Students will use Microsoft Access to create and import tables, perform several different types of filters and queries, and create useful reports. Students who complete this course are able to import crime and offender data into Access, query the data to find patterns, and produce meaningful reports.
Registration for this course is $499 and you can find the flyer here.
This two-day course uses actual case studies from notable vehicle-involved violent crimes, missing persons, missing vehicles, carjacking crimes, and vehicle identification investigations to provide attendees with connected car information and investigative context in addition to hands-on vehicle experience. This course will familiarize investigators with modern car computing systems, the data stored locally within the vehicle, the data transmitted to third parties, and specific probative value to a broad range of major case investigations. Topics include connected car history, introduction to case studies, infotainment systems, telematics, uses for radio frequency identification (RFID), digital license plates, fleet management systems, connected vehicle peripherals, car services, high-tech Internet resources, search warrants, court orders, and legal challenges. Attendees will not only learn the information from a traditional lecture, but will also get an immersive, hands-on lab experience with a vehicle analyzing the raw data the vehicle is creating, and working on case studies using the techniques being taught to become a more skilled investigator for cases involving connected cars. This class is directed to all skill levels.
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