This is an innovative four and one-half day program designed to prepare law enforcement officers to investigate a wide range of Internet-related crimes, including:
The objective of this training program is to enhance investigating skills, with a focus on the technical and legal aspects of Internet crimes. This course provides law enforcement officers with techniques, tools, and protocols to successfully investigate crimes, identify offenders and prepare cases for prosecution. Learn about various Internet applications, what types of crimes are committed using the applications, and how to investigate and trace suspects.
- child exploitations
- computer intrusions
- hacking & cracking
- threats & stalking
- network-based computer crimes
Note: This is a hands-on computer lab training course. Participants need not have a comprehensive understanding of the Internet, but should be familiar with basic Window skills, including the use of a mouse.
Computer lab instruction with online Internet access allows students to model the techniques and analyze case scenarios to know how and when to apply the tools. To facilitate the individualized hands-on nature of the instruction, class size is limited to 24 participants. Registrations are processed in the order they are received. Plan now to attend this comprehensive, informative training program.
Who Should AttendThis training is for law enforcement and justice personnel, criminal justice planning and research analysts, criminal and juvenile justice department administrators, criminal investigators, child welfare professionals, school counselors and resource officers, and interested criminal justice and security professionals.
The fee is $525 per participant, which includes instructional costs, program materials and refreshment breaks. Participants are responsible for travel costs, lodging, and meals.
Participants will receive 36 hours (or .9 credits) of Continuing Education Units through Fox Valley Technical College for attending this course.
For questions or to schedule this training at your location, contact Kristina Mahloch