2011 Annual Report Available Online
During 2011, NFSTC provided support and assistance through a remarkable array of programs and services. From assisting soldiers to inspiring students, our team provided knowledge, skills and innovative solutions – and received numerous accolades in the process.
We invite you to take a moment to review the accomplishments of our previous year. View the 2011 Annual Report online as an eBook.
ICAC-SIT free digital forensics training featured in Evidence Technology
Evidence Technology Magazine featured the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Special Investigative Techniques (SIT) Cell Phone Collection, Investigation and Law training in its News From the Field section this month. The free, three-day digital forensics training course, which kicked off this week in Phoenix, is now accepting applications for upcoming classes held throughout 2012 at locations around the nation.
Training Announcement: ICAC Specialized Investigative Techniques – Cell Phone Investigation, Collection and Law
NFSTC and HTCI are teaming to deliver the Internet Crimes Against Children-Specialized Investigative Techniques training course in partnership with the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. The course will be offered at no cost to investigators and first responders with preference given to ICAC Task Force members. Multiple classes will be offered around the country through fall of 2012.
NFSTC Recognized with the 2011 Governor’s Business Diversification Award
NFSTC was selected by Enterprise Florida for the Governor’s Business Diversification Award in the Business Expansion Mega Market category. NFSTC, the only organization from the Tampa Bay area to be recognized with this honor, was chosen due to the organization’s growth over the past two years, launch of a subsidiary company, diversification of revenue sources and commitment to investing in the local community and economy of Florida.
Latent Print training featured in Evidence Tech Magazine
The just-released edition of Evidence Technology Magazine features an article on the Latent Print Training Program, which will be conducted for the third time at NFSTC starting in October. The article is perfectly timed to coincide with the application deadline for the class, which is August 21 at 11:59 PM (Eastern).