This course was funded by the Bureau of Justice
This course establishes a basic understanding of the concepts and
components of the Global Positioning System (GPS). Students are introduced to a
wide variety of GPS devices. Topics include best practices for seizing and
preserving the vast amount of location information stored on GPS-enabled
hardware, the use of forensically-sound tools and techniques to extract and
analyze GPS data effectively, and proper methods for documenting and presenting
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| Length ||Class Part/Link ||Status |
After completing the pre-test, proceed to Module
|25 min||Module 1: Introduction to the Global Positioning System|
This module presents the fundamentals of GPS technology,
identifying various GPS devices and information that can be
|20 min||Module 2: Examining Portable Navigation Devices|
This module covers the basic functions and features of common navigation
devices, best practices for seizure and analysis, and methods for device
Students who score 80% or higher have passed the post-test and will be
awarded a certificate of completion.
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the following evaluation to assist us in determining the effectiveness of our
training and to obtain 100% completion for this course.
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