Out of Stock

Online Investigations

$1.00

SKU: PLI001 Category:

Conducting online investigations presents a unique set of challenges and opportunities for law enforcement personnel.  These challenges and opportunities demand new skill sets in order to evolve with technological change.  This course will provide the student with the knowledge to cultivate and develop that skill set.  This course will empower the student with the ability to effectively conduct online criminal investigations, engage in online undercover investigations, and locate track and apprehend criminals blending yesterday’s, today’s and tomorrow’s technology.

Description

Overview

The National Standard for Online Investigations for Law Enforcement

Conducting online investigations presents a unique set of challenges and opportunities for law enforcement personnel.  These challenges and opportunities demand new skill sets in order to evolve with technological change.  This course will provide the student with the knowledge to cultivate and develop that skill set.  This course will empower the student with the ability to effectively conduct online criminal investigations, engage in online undercover investigations, and locate track and apprehend criminals blending yesterday’s, today’s and tomorrow’s technology.

This course will provide law enforcement personnel with an accelerated introduction to the constantly evolving dynamics of online criminal investigations.  Students will explore unconventional investigative techniques and approaches to conducting online investigations.  This course will emphasize learning by doing activities involving actual and relevant case examples of online homicide, robbery, narcotics, property and vice related crimes.  No technical background is required.

Agenda

Day One

  • Foundation of Online Investigations – You can run but you can’t hide. Understanding the basics.
  • Online Security – Are you the hunter or hunted?
  • Craigslist – The mighty classified. How to initiate a proactive case.
  • Backpage – Exploring illicit activity and advanced search techniques
  • Gmail – Using traditional email to further your investigation
  • Google Voice – What is it and how can it benefit you?

Day Two

  • Metadata – What is it and what can it do for you?
  • Social Media Overview – Exploration of the major players and Intel and investigations
  • Tools and Resources – Must have resources to help you further your case
  • Search Warrant Tips – Search warrant tips and trick for online investigations
  • Case Management/Organization – Resources you likely have but are not utilizing
  • Future Trends of Online Investigations – The future of online investigations
Instructor(s)
  • Sgt. Daniel Nieters Instructor

    Daniel is a graduate from North Carolina State University and a 14-year police veteran of Raleigh Police Department. He was promoted to corporal in 2004. He was promoted to sergeant in 2010 and remained at the Training Academy as the Raleigh Police Commandant, where he is still assigned. During his career, he has trained over 400 basic and lateral police recruits. Daniel has presented at the Problem Oriented Police Conference for Speeding in Residential Neighborhoods in 2002 and received a Goldstein Award for his effort. Daniel developed and implemented a Field Training Program for Raleigh Police Department creating consistency between the Academy and the field.

    Daniel is an instructor in Defensive Tactics and is very passionate about training police officers in the articulation of force used by officers in the line of duty. He illustrates simple indicators for police officers to recognize prior to an assault. These indicators and body language will allow the officers an opportunity to prepare for or repel an attack by an offender.

Location

To Be Determined

Upcoming Classes

TBD

Contact Perpetual Learning Institute

0
0