CI131 Introduction to Social Media and Networking

This training is intended for U.S. Criminal Justice Practitioners. Please register using your agency-issued email.

This course was funded by the Bureau of Justice Assistance.

This course provides an introduction to the digital space commonly referred to as social media and networking. Terminology used to describe how social media and networking services are accessed, statistical data on users and mobile devices, and a variety of popular services are covered in the first part of the course. This course also identifies and explains law enforcement uses of social media and networking services, the value of open source intelligence (OSINT), and important considerations such as social media policies, ethics, and privacy issues associated with social media and networking services.


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  Length Class Part/Link Status
5 minPre-test

After completing the pre-test, proceed to Introduction to Social Media and Networking.

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85 minContent

After completing this module, proceed to the post-test.

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5 minPost-test

Students who score 80% or higher have passed the post-test and will be awarded a certificate of completion.

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5 minEvaluation

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 obtain 100% completion for this course.

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 Print Certificate of Completion

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