This course is an add-on module for Social Networking Sites: Investigative Tools and Techniques. After completing Social Networking Sites: Investigative Tools and Techniques, you have the basics necessary to complete these add-on modules.
This module focuses specifically on investigative tools, tips and techniques for investigations on the social networking website, Facebook.com.
The Basic Computer Skills for Law Enforcement course (a collaboration by the National White Collar Crime Center, the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program, and SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics) provides prerequisite computer skills training for investigators.
Many of the attributes of the Internet and other telecommunications technologies, including its low cost, ease of use and anonymous nature make it an attractive medium for fraudulent scams, child sexual exploitation, gang violence, hate crimes, cyber stalking and bullying. These are just some of the issues encountered by law enforcement on a daily basis. This course introduces investigators to networking, lays the groundwork for how the Internet works, and shows how to determine the legal compliance resources for an IP address and a domain name.
This online training course for Internet Crimes Against Children investigators covers the aspects of conducting an investigation using the social networking website, www.myspace.com. Topics covered include a brief introduction and overview of social networking websites; dissecting a Myspace profile; creating a Myspace profile; how to search www.myspace.com; how to capture a page for investigative purposes; and how to use the Myspace Visualizer.
The JIEM 4.1 Certification e-Learning course is for new JIEM users who wish to be JIEM-certified in version 4.1. This course provides detailed instruction to use the JIEM Tool to establish and document business context and content for automated information exchanges among public safety agencies.
This comprehensive web presentation series is designed to provide public safety practitioners with knowledge in the emergency communications field to assist them in making informed decisions. This presentation series introduces public safety practitioners to six current and relevant subjects impacting public safety communications projects and system issues.
Each subject in the series is less than 30 minutes in length and is designed under the assumption that listeners may represent mid-level managers or individuals coordinating public safety communications projects and interoperable communications at the local/regional/or state level. Listeners may also represent someone that is responsible for planning and operating interoperable public safety systems within their agency. Examples include project managers, elected officials, board members, emergency management, or personnel within planning sections of their agency of department. The series material was developed to provide an overview of each subject with the opportunity to seek additional training in subjects of particular interest.
Through this course, students will learn about the top ten public safety project management success factors, view and discuss relevant audio-visual materials, and work with four critical project tools. Students will also participate in breakout and self-assessment activities.
The course is scheduled to be four (4) hours in length and was designed under the assumption that students have a minimum of 5–10 years of experience in public safety and have some accountability for public safety projects within their organization. The course material was not developed to substantively delve into the basics of project management or provide step-by-step instructions for deploying the critical factors; rather, this is a course focusing on the duties and responsibilities of a senior-level public safety professional as they relate to executive sponsorship and improving project success.