To help busy law enforcement investigators continue to get the skills enrichment they need, SEARCH recently updated its online high-tech crime training curriculum. The courses are available 24/7, and they’re free.
SEARCH has released a white paper that examines five key ways information sharing supports justice reform—specifically, initiatives that seek alternatives to incarceration and pretrial detention.
Information Sharing Specialist Michael Jacobson is SEARCH’s new representative to the FirstNet Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC), it was announced April 9 by Chief Harlin R. McEwen, PSAC Chair.
Free Online Course Helps Prepare Law Enforcement Professionals For Cell Phone and Other Handheld Device Investigations
Law enforcement continuously struggles with digital evidence seizure, recovery, and analysis. Efforts to keep pace with advancing technologies challenge agencies large and small. Shrinking department budgets and growing caseloads only make matters worse.
As the demands on policing change due to technology, officers need to know how to make defensible decisions about the digital evidence they encounter. Identifying, handling, and preserving digital evidence are three skill sets that every law enforcement first responder needs today.
The National Criminal justice Association (NCJA) works with the Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) to host monthly webinars that feature justice information sharing technology discussions that are of interest to practitioners at all levels of government.
SEARCH to Demonstrate Best Practices for Using Social Media Sites in Child Abuse Investigations at Upcoming International Symposium
SEARCH High-Tech Crime Training Services staff will participate in the 31st International Symposium on Child Abuse, March 23–26, 2015, in Huntsville, Alabama.
The past decade has seen huge strides in making mental health records available to the NICS—the system used to determine a prospective gun buyer’s eligibility to buy firearms or explosives.