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Training Announcement: ICAC Specialized Investigative Techniques – Cell Phone Investigation, Collection and Law

In partnership with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, the National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC) and the High Tech Crime Institute (HTCI) are teaming to deliver the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force Special Investigative Techniques (SIT) – Cell Phone Investigation, Collection and Law course at no cost to ICAC Task Force members and other investigators. This course provides crucial skills for investigators and first responders responsible for handling cellular and other mobile devices including effective techniques for properly obtaining, collecting and storing digital media devices and evidence. The three-day, hands-on program will be offered multiple times through fall of 2012 at locations throughout the country. There is no prerequisite for this course; however, participants should have a working knowledge of the Internet and basic computer skills.

For additional details, download the flyer here:

  ICAC-SIT Training Course Informational Flyer (264.2 KiB, 1,626 hits)

Registration Now Open

NFSTC is currently accepting applications for the following classes:

  • October 18-20, 2011 in Phoenix, Arizona
    (Registration closes September 28, 2011 at 11:59 PM EST)
  • November 8-10, 2011 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana
    (Registration closes October 17, 2011 at 11:59 PM EST)

Candidate selection and notification to approved participants will occur shortly after the registration deadline for each course. Preference will be given to ICAC Task Force members from the surrounding area.

To Apply:

To learn more about this program and to register, visit http://www.nfstc.org/meetings/. When registering, please use the invitation code ICAC-SIT.

For information on future course dates and locations, visit the HTCI page on the ICAC Task Force training portal at http://thecjportal.org/ICAC/Courses/Pages/HTCI.aspx

This training is made possible through a grant from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, award number 2010‐ MC‐CX‐K063.