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Core Skills for the Investigation of Cellular DevicesCellular devices such as smartphones are more common today than computers. Terrorist attacks, rapes, assaults, illegal drug operations, child exploitation, and evidence of many other crimes are captured on cell device cameras, videos and voicemail on a daily basis. To conduct a thorough investigation, data has to be retrieved from cellular devices and properly analyzed. In response to a need in the law enforcement community to keep current with criminals who use the latest technology to commit crimes, SEARCH is offering a course designed to offer investigators an understanding of the basics of cellular device investigation.
What you will learn
investigators will work hands on with multiple cellular devices and the various tools and current data collection methodologies. Course topics include:
- Cell phone systems-Students learn what information is available from cell phone providers.
- Tracking cellular devices-Students learn how to track a cellular device in use by a suspect.
- Cellular device seizure-Students learn what the risks are to retrieving data from the cellular device.
- Tools to retrieve data-Students learn how to deal with cable issues regarding data retrieval.
- Digital evidence recovery-Students work through step-by-step processes of recovering evidence from cellular devices.
- And more! See course overview
Who should attend
This course is targeted to enhance investigators' skills in the emerging area of digital evidence collection and is not just for the experienced high-tech investigator. Any law enforcement officer, analyst or forensic examiner will walk away from the course with the necessary skills to conduct cellular device forensics. Although this is not a computer forensic course, the student should be familiar with computer use and general Microsoft applications.
One of the primary missions of SEARCH is to provide cutting-edge High Technology Crime Investigation training to law enforcement officers nationwide. Check the SEARCH Web site for more details.
Contact Diane Chin at SEARCH at (916) 392-2550, ext. 244 (Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m. PT) or email email@example.com.