This training will help police supervisors, who either supervise DMIs (digital media investigators) or utilise their skills, much better understanding of the DMI role and its capabilities, so they can utilise this powerful and valuable resource in the very best way for investigations.
The day will cover opportunities which can be identified in open source, communications data acquisition and digital forensics.
This day will emphasise the principles defining investigation strategy, providing best evidence in a timely manner and maintaining an effective log of events, key decisions and rationale.
It will also seek to maximise investigative opportunities by introducing and increasing awareness of a wider network of opportunities from digital devices and solutions that can provide intelligence and evidential opportunities to an investigator.
Finally, the training will identify a number of key products, each of which will showcase to the supervisors how the unique solutions can benefit an investigation through swifter or improved data acquisition or analysis in a particular specialist field.
This event is a key opportunity for individuals of people with various levels of experience or expertise to immerse themselves into an environment where they can increase their understanding of how current and emerging technical solutions will assist and support their role and that of their staff.
During the session, delegates will be provided an opportunity to get hands on with relevant products and solutions and utilise them within an operational environment during the investigative scenario taking place across the day.
Areas covered include (but are not limited to):
By the end of the course you can expect to:
Police supervisors who have responsibility for digital media investigators or those that utilise or direct digital forensics during an investigation.
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