Computer Forensic Training in Child Pornography Investigations - Montgomery
|Dates:||October 18-19, 2017 Other Dates|
|Meets:||W and Th from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM 2 sessions|
|Location:||Center for Lifelong Learning|
Notes: Please note this is a two day class: October 18, 9:00-4:00 pm October 19, 9:00-Noon
There are still openings remaining at this time.
Computer Forensic Training in Child Pornography Investigations
Location: Center for Lifelong Learning
Address: 75 TechnaCenter Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117
Date: October 18 and 19, 2017 Wednesday and Thursday
Time: October 18, 2017: 9:00am - 4:00pm - Wednesday
October 19, 2017: 9:00am - 12:00pm - Thursday
Law Enforcement Contact Hours: 9 hours
Who Should Attend: Computer Forensic Examiners, Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Investigators who work Child Pornography matters.
*This is not a class to take just for the credit hours. This class is for computer forensic examiners, prosecutors and Investigators who currently work on, or will work on child pornography (CP) cases
*All attendees are required to provide a statement or email from their supervisor confirming they serve in a computer forensic examiner, prosecutor or investigator role and work CP cases to email@example.com.
Materials Needed: None.
The training will consist of several modules designed to educate computer forensic examiners and prosecutors of the evidence needed to prove child pornography crimes. A description of the modules are described below:
1. "Investigative Steps: Search Warrant Lightning Round" - This module will provide a quick overview of the wide variety of issues to be aware of when obtaining and executing search warrants in child pornography investigations.
2. "The Forensic Exam: What Prosecutors Need to Prove Their Case" - This module will provide a discussion on the forensic artifacts needed to prove the elements of a crime and the importance of conducting time line analysis to display legal and illegal offender conduct surrounding child pornography.
3. "Technological and Legal Options when Digital Media is Encrypted" - This module will provide information on dealing with the legal options when encountering encrypted computers and mobile devices, how to detect and combat encryption forensically, and taking advantage of the opportunity to ask the right questions during an offender interview.
4 "Digital Forensic Must Haves in Peer to Peer Cases" - This module will provide information concerning identifying peer-to-peer software and the artifacts and evidence needed to prove knowing intent.
5. "Effective Foundations and Presentation of Digital Evidence" - This module explores the practice of creating exhibits that clearly display an offender's conduct to better assist a jury in understanding events that occurred surrounding the child pornography.
Instructors will be Department of Justice officials including a computer forensic examiner from the Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section's High Tech Investigative Unit, and Leslie Fisher with the Child Exploitation & Obscenity Section in Washington DC.
This seminar is sponsored by AUM's Alabama Crime Prevention Clearinghouse & Training Institute, the Institute for Criminal Justice Education, Inc, Alabama Peace Officers' Association, U.S. Attorney's Office, MDA, and ADECA Law Enforcement Planning/Traffic Safety Division. This training is funded by an ADECA Law Enforcement Planning subgrant #15-DJ-ST-008 awarded to AUM and its Alabama Crime Prevention Clearinghouse.
This APOST Certified (9 hour) training seminar will begin at 9:00 a.m. (registration at 8:30), and will end at 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday and 9 am to 12 pm on Wednesday. This seminar is open to law enforcement officers only and there is no cost to attend.
For assistance with registration please contact Margaret Faulkner.
Phone: (334) 244-3116