Cybercrime course – Online Investigations and Evidence Collection
The purpose of this course is to provide training on conducting criminal investigations online, including investigative techniques and the collection of electronic evidence. The course assumes that investigators have a basic understanding of electronic evidence collection and collection of non-electronic evidence, such as interviewing witnesses.
The course will be conducted over three and a half days, from Sunday to Wednesday. The course of instruction is divided into blocks of training with an overall theme for each block. Students will be expected to follow the lectures and participate by completing online exercises in class, during breakout sessions, and as homework assignments, as needed. On the last day of class, students will be given a scenario and be asked to use the training, tools, and resources provided during the class, to analyze the scenario and design an initial investigative plan and present it to the class.
This training is open to law-enforcement representatives and investigative journalists. Some sessions will be conducted in a format law-enforcement-to-law-enforcement and might not be available for investigative journalists.
To apply, please complete this digital application form by 9:00 am CEST on 10 August 2022.