This training is intended for U.S. Criminal Justice
Practitioners. Please register using your agency-issued email.
This course introduces the information and techniques law enforcement personnel
need to safely and methodically collect and preserve digital evidence at
a crime scene in a forensically-sound manner. Topics include recognizing potential
sources of digital evidence, planning and executing a digital evidence-based
seizure, and the preservation, collection, documentation, and transfer of digital
Key concepts covered in this course include:
• Preparation for incident
• Identification of relevant sources
of digital evidence
• Proper collection of
• Legal and
valid preservation of digital evidence
complete this course and pass the post-test are eligible for 1.0 point toward
the 3CE certification.
This course has been certified by IADLEST as
part of the National Certification Program.
"This course helped me to be more aware
of the different types of storage devices that are available, and how to obtain
the information from these devices." -Wellington, Ohio
"This class helped me with a case involving a female
who was laundering money through her bank account for a "crypto coin" company.
After seizing her cell phone, laptop, and computer, I was able to identify
several banks she was using to launder money and she was charges accordingly. I
was also able to get the account information for the other individual which
returned as a dummy account." -Casper, Wyoming
To receive a certificate upon completion
of this course, the following must be completed:
• Score of 80% or above on post-test
• Complete all in-class exercises
NW3C may cancel any class for any reason
notice. NW3C is not responsible for non-refundable travel accommodations lost or rendered moot as a
result of a class cancellation.