has been approved by the Illinois Training and Standards Board as (6)
hours training, meeting the requirements of Public Training Act 94-354
Mandatory Training for Police Chiefs and Deputy Chiefs.
of teens and adults using social networks in this generations is astounding,
it is the core of how people contact each other. Furthermore, it is
imperative that law enforcement understand how to obtain pertinent information
in criminal investigations with people who use these social networking
sites. Some of these sites include traditional social networking sites
such as Face book. However, the new technology spills over into social
networking applications used in cell phones. So much criminality ;is
done with suspects over their cell phones applications. This class will
address social networking on a computer as well as cell phones.
program has been developed to facilitate law enforcement executives
in understanding the use of social networking sites in building complete
cases that can ultimately be presented to local prosecutors for charging.
Law enforcement executives attending this training will gain first hand
experience in navigating computer sites through the use of the Suburban
Law Enforcement Academy’s Mobile Computer Lab.
Rich Wistocki is a veteran detective of the Naperville Police Department.
Rich is a nationally profiled police detective who actively works computer
crimes/sexual predator investigations and regularly educates the public
on internet safety. Besides many of his career achievements he currently
is the law enforcement liaison.
of this class:
of Face Book.com
Learning the Law Enforcement advantages of Social Networking
Create undercover accounts
Learn how to access “Private” pages
about how Social Networking sites and Cell Phone Application users place
information about themselves and the crimes they have or will be committing
on their accouts
for this class must be received by SLEA 35 days prior to the start of
the program in order to avoid being billed!**
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