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Understanding the World of Electronic Media & Computer Crimes

Detectives and Investigators

Hours: 8
Tuition: $125

Program Information:

If you have trouble finding the computer on switch or you are technically savvy you’ll find this program both educational and engaging. This interactive hands-on training program has been specifically designed for detectives/investigators or officers  assigned to investigative duties.  Officers will be introduced to the criminal use of technology in the furtherance of Identity Theft, Cyber Stalking, Harassment and the targeting of children by sexual predators.

 Through demonstration and the use of the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy’s (SLEA’s) mobile computer lab, law enforcement professionals will gain a fundamental understanding of how the aforementioned crimes are committed along with learning general “best practices” that will facilitate conducting investigations and crime prevention initiatives.

Additional Topics:

  • Internet Protocols and Domain Usage

  • A Demonstration of Email Tracing

  • Phone Call Spoofing

  • Chat Rooms

  • Wireless Camera Technology

  • Searching Social Networking Sites

  • Covert Investigations and Technology

**Cancellations 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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Jim Kempinski
Program Manager

Voice: (630) 942-2939

Trisha Augustyn
Administrative Assistant

Voice: (630) 942-2295

General Information

Voice: (630) 942-2677
Fax: (630) 942-3766


The Technology Training Center at the Suburban Law Enforcement Academy (SLEA) now offers job-specific training, based on your job duties within the Law Enforcement or Education field.

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