Child Abuse & Family Violence Summit Features Specialized Instruction by SEARCH High-Tech Crime Training Team
SEARCH’s High-Tech Crime Training Services (HTCTS) team is in Portland, Oregon, this week, presenting at the 2017 Child Abuse & Family Violence Summit.
The April 11–14 event is hosted by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Child Abuse Team and Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team. SEARCH is proud to co-sponsor this annual summit, which is marking its 18th year.
The 3 ½-day multi-disciplinary conference is geared to professionals who work to investigate, interview, prosecute, and treat child abuse, neglect, and domestic violence cases. The summit’s goal is to educate these professionals on the complex issues associated with these cases, broaden their knowledge base in multiple areas, and increase awareness of the roles and responsibilities of other agencies working in the field.
Tim Lott, Director of HTCTS, Justin Fitzsimmons, Program Manager of HTCTS, and Lauren Wagner, High-Tech Crime Training Specialist, will present on these specialized topics, which focus on technology and social media investigations, tools and techniques for law enforcement and prosecutors—and some of which include hands-on computer lab components:
- Introduction to Open Source Digital Forensics
- Twitter Investigations
- Become a Google Jedi: Save Yourself from Information Overload
- Introduction to the DarkNet
- Protecting Yourself in a Tech World: Digital Officer Safety and Ethical Concerns
- The DarkNet and Emerging Technologies
- Tech Tools for Prosecutors
- Corroboration: The Key to Child Exploitation Cases
- Facebook Investigations: Advanced Searching and Saving
- Cross-Examination of Defense Experts in Technology-Facilitated Child Exploitation Cases
- The Forensic Interviewer in the Witness Chair
Learn more about SEARCH’s high-tech crime investigation training, including instructor-led or self-paced courses, as well as material offered at conferences or meetings.
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