ICAC-GPSI Class List
ICAC-Cyber Investigation 210 - GPS Interrogation
This course is funded through OJJDP. To register for this class, you must be affiliated with an ICAC Task Force. Furthermore, you must agree to comply with the Best Practices and Standards established by ICAC. If you have any questions about the ICAC Best Practices and Standards, please contact your ICAC commander.
This 1 day course begins by establishing a basic understanding of the concepts and components behind the Global Positioning System (GPS). Students will then be introduced to a wide array of GPS devices, ranging from portable and marine navigation units to tracking devices. Focus will then shift to best practices for seizing and preserving the vast amount of location information that could potentially be stored on GPS-enabled hardware. From there, instructors will guide attendees through the use of forensically-sound tools and techniques designed to extract and analyze GPS data in the most effective manner possible. Proper methods for documenting and presenting location-based data will also be discussed.
This course is designed for individuals who possess a basic understanding of computer software. It utilizes applications, both free and commercial, currently in use by experienced practitioners as well as those new to the computer forensics discipline. While previous experience in the field of computer forensics is preferred, it is not a requirement of this course.
There are currently no scheduled classes for this course. If you are interested in knowing when the next class might be offered
or would like more information in general please see the training contact information on this page.
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