Successful Use of Online Social Networking for Investigations & Intelligence  (2 Days)

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Oxford, GA
Thu 06/28/2018 - Fri 06/29/2018
8:00am-5:00pm
Oxford College of Emory University

110 Few Circle
Science Building
Room 115
Oxford, GA 30054

Course description
This course provides students with an up-to-date understanding of how social networking sites work and how members act and interact. Students learn what information is available on various sites and how to integrate that information into criminal investigations and criminal intelligence analysis. Topics include the phenomena of virtual worlds and massively multi-player games, and how criminals recruit, communicate, and launder money in these environments; the operation of the largest sites; ways of concealing the location from which the internet is accessed; how criminal organizations use online social networks to interact, identify victims, and conceal their identity; and the risk to law enforcement officers (especially undercover investigators) posed by online social networking, social media, and viral videos.

This course contains graphic content including profanity, sexual images, and violent images.

This course is ideal for analysts and investigators.

If you have questions about this training, please email Training Support.

About the Instructor:

Capt. Chuck Cohen has a MBA from Indiana Wesleyan University and an undergraduate degree from Indiana University with a double major in Criminal Justice and Psychology.  He is the managing member of Cohen Training & Consulting and speaks nationally and internationally on the implications of online social networks in criminal investigations and criminal intelligence gathering. Capt. Cohen is a 20-year veteran with the Indiana State Police currently serving as Commander, Cybercrime and Investigative Technologies.

Supplemental Material

OSNII About the Instructor
Sample OSNII Justification Letter (Download/save and then modify to fit your needs.)

Class Fee: $399
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