Exploiting Technology in Organized Crime Investigations
This course is hosted by the DuPont Police Department.
This two-day Exploiting Technology in Organized Crime Investigations course is designed to teach law enforcement personnel how to take their investigations to the next level when investigating gang members and other repeat offenders. Frequently law enforcement is tasked with investigating offenses involving the same individual(s) over and over, which leads to minimal or no prosecution. This course focuses on technology that can be exploited during these investigations with specific emphasis on utilizing various federal statutes to maximize sentences for violent offenders. The entire course is built and taught using real life case. Initiation of an investigation, building the case, roadblocks you may encounter, and how to work around them will all be discussed. Numerous electronic surveillance techniques will be demonstrated that are applicable to criminal investigations and fugitive apprehensions. The investigative techniques taught in this class apply to Patrol Officers, Detectives, VICE, NARC, Gang Unit, Crime Analysts, etc.
Please refer to the flyer linked below for registration information.
Who can attend our classes?
Officers, Detectives, VICE, NARC, Gang Unit, Crime Analysts, etc.
RESTRICTED TO LAW ENFORCEMENT PERSONNEL