As use of social networking sites such as Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat and Twitter has expanded, they have created new channels for sharing information that can also be used by law enforcement to investigate crimes and identify suspects. This course provides detectives, school resource officers, and anyone involved in conducting investigations involving social networking sites with the basic information and tools to accomplish investigations more efficiently. This trainging session will focus on three specific areas:
– The user interface of popular social networking sites
– Built-in search functions
– Properly identifying user profiles
– Legal process, including warrant language
– Third party tools to document posts
– Built-in user tools for downloading profiles
– Viewing and navigating downloaded profiles
– Validating preserved data
During the webinar, instruction will be given on how to download a copy of the instructor’s PowerPoint as well as additional resource materials pertaining to the topic.
PLEASE NOTE: When registering for this webinar, you will see a button to pay with PayPal. Even if you wish to pay with a debit or credit card, click on this button. On the next page, you will be given the option to log into PayPal and pay. Below the login is a button that says “Pay with Debit or Credit Card”. Select this button to pay by these means.
PLEASE NOTE: Unless otherwise stated, registration for our live webinars also includes 30 days of access to the recording of the webinar once the live session has ended. You may view the recording as many times as you wish from as many devices as you wish during this time.
As we always have, we encourage group viewing for the majority of our on-line training. Whether you are one person watching on a mobile device, or a whole shift watching on a projector, one registration for the live session will cover as many viewers as you wish on a single screen. At the end of the training, each viewer can take a content based quiz and print an individual certificate of attendance.