SEARCH is pleased to announce that Mr. Eric Jollymore joined our Cybercrime and Digital Forensics Program on March 1. As a Digital Evidence Forensic Analyst, he will provide training, guidance, and assistance on a range of digital forensic topics to local, state, and federal public safety agencies.
Mr. Jollymore is a former Detective Sergeant/Digital Forensic Examiner with the Vermont State Police, where he was a senior examiner and cybercrime investigator in its Technology Investigation Unit. His law enforcement career began at the Northeastern University Police Department in 2008, and continued with the Town of Hartford (VT) Police Department and as a Patrol Trooper, Detective Trooper and Detective Sergeant with the Vermont State Police. He served as a member of the state’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, responsible for participating in child sexual exploitation investigations and analysis. He has had a 21-year career working with computer, mobile and networking technologies in government, corporate and freelance roles, and is an experienced state and national instructor on digital forensics topics and on-scene warrant execution.
Mr. Jollymore is a Certified Forensic Computer Examiner (CFCE) and a Certified Mobile Device Examiner (CMDE) through the International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists (IACIS), as well as an IACIS Training Coach. He is also a faculty member at Champlaign College (Burlington, VT) in their digital forensics program and develops course content for cybercrime, operating system forensics, and file system forensics. He was also an instructor for the Vermont State Police on the Identification and Preservation of Digital Evidence.
Mr. Jollymore earned a B.S. in Criminal Justice from Bridgewater State University (MA), an M.S. in Criminal Justice Leadership from Northeastern University (Boston, MA), and a B.S. in Computer Forensics and Digital Investigations from Champlain College.