Internet Based Investigative Resources
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton Campus
As investigators continue to be challenged by more diverse and complex criminal cases, more information has become available through the use of the Internet to assist investigators. This course will outline the most effective resources available from various sources including law enforcement only, public and private information sources to assist investigators handling all types of criminal cases. This course will also cover various other investigative tools that can be used over the Internet by computer or smart phones such as video surveillance and GPS tracking.
- Identify most effective sources of information available for law enforcement
- Identify and understand various data aggregation sources
- Sources for obtaining and analyzing cellular records and information
- Information sources available at various governmental levels
- Investigative specialty areas such as financial crimes, narcotics, internet crime investigative sources
- Law enforcement surveillance available over the internet
- Various other resources, tips and tools to assist investigators in the technical age of investigations
This course will be taught by Special Agent Dennis Carroll, Wisconsin Dept. of Justice/DCI.