Advanced Internet Investigations Course Evaluation Report

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Authors
  1. Daniels, K.
Corporate Authors
Canadian Police Research Centre, Ottawa Ont (CAN);Ottawa-Carleton Regional Police Services, Ottawa ON (CAN)
Abstract
The Canadian Police Research Centre's efforts to research and identify high quality training for Canadian high technology and computer investigators have resulted in a joint research effort with the Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section (CC&IP) of the United States Department of Justice. The CC&IP Section of the United States Department of Justice is coordinating the National Cybercrime Training Partnership (NCTP), which is composed of subject matter experts in high technology and computer crime investigations from approximately 50 North American law enforcement agencies. The NCTP has researched law enforcement training requirements and has had six investigator courses created to meet those requirements. The Ottawa-Carleton Regional Police Service (OCRPS) with support from the Canadian Police College, the Economic Crime Branch of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Canadian Research Centre has had the NCTP's recently developed Advanced Internet Investigations Course evaluated for Canadian requirements. This was done by sending Sergeant Keith Daniels, an experienced OCRPS computer crime investigator, to evaluate a pilot course in Sacramento, California in June 1998. Sergeant Daniel's evaluation of that course is the subject of this CPRC technical report.
Keywords
Computer crimes -- Investigation;Police training -- Evaluation
Report Number
TM-11-98;TM-11-1998E;HV8079.C65 — Technical Memorandum
Date of publication
01 Jun 1998
Number of Pages
17
DSTKIM No
CA031326
CANDIS No
530046
Format(s):
Electronic Document(PDF)

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