There is a prerequisite class which goes over the fundamentals necessary for understanding the rest of the classes which may be taken in any order. Classes have qualified for four CLE credits each.
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Our CLE Qualified Courses
Each 4 credit class is broken down into 2 modules. We have a prerequisite class which covers the foundations for the rest of the classes which can be taken in any order afterward.
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- What is digital crime? What is digital evidence?
Why is it so important?
- Preserving a digital crime scene is the first step
- Digital evidence is arguably the easiest to spoil. Technology is ever‐changing.
- Case examples will be provided detailing both correct procedures and mistakes
- Both modules are tailored directly to the audience.
- Covers several stages in chain of events from first response to closing arguments
- Ideal for inter-department rates. Ask for details.
- Proper terminology is critical in providing the proper information to all parties involved.
- Understanding popular applications, websites, and locations where digital evidence can be located.
- Digital evidence is far more prevalent than DNA. Every case has the potential to contain digital evidence.
- Specific instances where digital evidence could be beneficial will be discussed.
- This module will discuss the digital evidence on more basic devices such as computers, hard drives, SSD drives, and other flash media.
- Mobile devices require more advanced knowledge to extract and investgate the evidence contained therein
- What is a digital crime scene? How does that compare to processing a physical crime scene?
- Processing of a digital crime scene utilizing industry standard techniques and best practices will be detailed.
- A best practice plan of ac on must be put into place prior to investigating the digital evidence.
- With digital crime scenes the potential for spoliation is great and the ways in which it can occur are also great.
- Prior to analyzing and investigating any digital data, proper extraction techniques must be followed in order to preserve any potential evidence.
- Once a proper extraction is complete, examination and analysis can begin.
- When do you determine an expert is required?
- What types of cases warrant calling in an expert from the beginning of the case?
- How can the assistance of an expert be beneficial knowing your case could go to trial?
- Evidence speaks. We must go where the evidence takes us. However, we must ensure the evidence speaks for us using a detailed content examination based upon our findings.
- Having a strategy based upon best prac ce for digital evidence will not only help you present a stronger case but will provide the information necessary for the judge and jury to determine the validity of the evidence as applied to the law