Patrol Response to Internet Crimes
The decisions made by the first
responder can either make or break a sometimes sensitive
internet/digital investigation. This 8 hour program will address the
patrol response which is crucial in the handling of
complaints and investigations related to internet based crimes, i.e.
Fraud, Sexting, Cyberbullying, Sex Predators, Stalking etc.
The Patrol Officer will learn
Obtain the basic overview of
Craigslist, EBay, Facebook, Form Spring, Various email services,
Google, YouTube and Match.com.
To search a live hard drive
for pictures and videos.
How to detect if software
based key logging software is attached to the computer.
Obtain crucial information in
Internet/Computer Fraud Cases.
Understand how to obtain
IP's, screen names, email headers, Facebook user I.D. Banking
information and Cell Phone data for the initial report.
Various laws concerning
Internet Crime such as Computer Tampering, Stalking, Computer Fraud,
Identity Theft, Harassment through Electronic Communication, Sexting,
Indecent Solicitation of a Child, Sexual Exploitation of a Child and
Overview of computer and cell
phone forensics and when it is appropriate to seize these items from
a victim or a suspect to be analyzed.
The differences in charging
Harassment through Electronic Communication and Cyber-Stalking.
Procedures involved in
obtaining a Stalking No Contact Civil Order of Protection.
When it is appropriate and
not appropriate to contact a suspect in any of the aforementioned
Officers will be given a flash drive with all the
necessary documents to start a computer crime report such as:
Computer consents to search,
seize, and analyze forms
Consent to assume online
Consent to use photos
Exigent Circumstance Forms
Letters of Preservation Forms
**Cancellations for this class must be received
by SLEA 35 days prior to the start of the program in order to avoid being
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