Investigative Resources for Criminal Investigators
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Location: Fox Valley Technical College, Appleton Campus
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Training Topics Offered:
This 8-hour course has been designed to provide law enforcement investigators an overview of investigative resources that primarily focus on Internet based sources but also include numerous other less known sources of information.
Investigators today are challenged by diverse and complex criminal cases that are committed by more skilled criminals and criminal organizations. Fortunately, more information is available to law enforcement than ever before to assist them in the investigative process. The majority of law enforcement resources today are computerized and many are available over the internet. This course will provide a comprehensive overview of unknown or under-utilized resources at the Federal, State and Local level as well as numerous commercial information sources that when combined can assist investigators with; Locating and identifying persons, Locating evidence or obtaining information, challenging or verifying statements.
Investigators of all experience levels and specialties will benefit from the information sharing and updating of their investigative resource options during this course.
- Improved use of law enforcement and government resources
- Commercial information databases (Choicepoint, Accurint, Entersect, etc.)
- Locating subjects using GPS and cellular phones
- Obtaining and using cellular and internet records
This course will be taught by Investigator Dennis Carroll, Wisconsin Attorney General's Office, formerly Kane County Sheriff's Office.