This course was funded by the Bureau of Justice
This course provides information on what constitutes cyberstalking in a legal
context and information on handling cyberstalking complaints. Common elements of
cyberstalking cases, potential tools and platforms used by cyberstalkers, and
behavioral indicators are also covered in this course. Developed with a
victim-centered approach, this course provides information on establishing a
relationship with victims to maximize their safety and further investigative
efforts. The course concludes with guidance on developing an investigative
checklist and additional resources available to law
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After completing the pre-test, proceed to
After completing this module, proceed to the post-test.
Students who score 80% or higher have passed the post-test and will be
awarded a certificate of completion.
Student feedback is an important part of the training cycle. Please complete
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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