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July 2024
June 2024

Child Exploitation Suspect Interviews

**Only available to ICAC Task Force members and affiliates registered with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program.**

This FREE experiential course addresses the history of police interrogations/interviews; introduces participants to a unique interview protocol for child exploitation suspects; demonstrates interview techniques to effectively elicit information; and discusses the importance of confessions. Participants will conduct experiential suspect interview exercises with feedback from instructors.
27 - 28 Jun
All Day
Huntersville, North Carolina
Huntersville, North Carolina

Advanced Child Exploitation Search Warrants

**Only available to ICAC Task Force members and affiliates registered with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program.**

This FREE course addresses child exploitation investigations from initial discovery of exploitative material to the search warrant service. Participants will discuss sources of ICAC investigations; identify elements of probable cause development; practice search warrant service preparation and execution; learn about scene management, interviews, evidence collection; and identify key components of post-search warrant debriefing.
25 - 26 Jun
All Day
Huntersville, North Carolina
Huntersville, North Carolina

You Want to Search Where?

Only available to ICAC Task Force members and affiliates registered with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program.

This FREE webinar explores methods of mitigating a judge's limitations by bolstering language in both search warrants and affidavits.
17 Jun
11:30 am - 1:00 pm
Zoom

What Prosecutors Want ICAC Investigators to Know about Search Warrants

Only available to ICAC Task Force members and affiliates registered with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program.

This FREE webinar will give ICAC investigators a prosecutor’s perspective on search warrants and investigations. Prosecutors and investigators often focus on different aspects of a case or different considerations in mind when looking at the investigative stage.
17 Jun
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Zoom

Abusive Head Trauma & Child Death: A Symposium for Prosecutors

Join us for a three-day, in-person training by Zero Abuse Project and the New York Prosecutors Training Institute, focusing on enhancing the quality of criminal investigations and prosecutions in cases of physical abuse and abusive head trauma. Learn from multidisciplinary experts on topics like medical findings, investigation techniques, and professional well-being
11 - 13 Jun
All Day
Renaissance Albany Hotel
Albany, New York

Mobile Forensics: Examination of MEGA

Only available to ICAC Task Force members and affiliates registered with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program.

This FREE webinar primarily focuses on the MEGA application and the forensic traces it leaves on both iOS and Android mobile devices. The webinar also offers a deep background on the MEGA application, and what information MEGA will provide when requested by investigators. A case study involving a mobile device and MEGA will be presented to enhance participant learning. For more information on this training, please visit the "Learn More" tab.
05 Jun
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Zoom

Virtual Reality and the Metaverse

Only available to ICAC Task Force members and affiliates registered with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program.

This FREE two-part webinar series explores emerging technologies like virtual reality, blended realities, and the Metaverse, and their impact on child exploitation investigations. Participants will learn countermeasures for crimes in virtual spaces and the challenges of tackling simulated child abuse imagery.
04 Jun
11:30 am - 3:30 pm
Zoom
May 2024

Protecting my Online Footprint (Cyberbullying Prevention Included): Grades 5-12

Teens will learn about the importance of making healthy choices online. Online risks and dangers will be discussed so youth are aware of behavior that should trigger warning flags. Risky behaviors of peers, including sexting and cyberbullying, will also be covered. The presentation also talks about positive ways that the Internet can be used to advocate for each other. This training is designed to empower teens and give them tools to make healthy decisions as they gain independence.
30 May
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Zoom

CyberTip Triage and Open-Source Intelligence

**Only available to ICAC Task Force members and affiliates registered with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program.**

This FREE experiential course teaches participants how to master the skill of handling large CyberTip workloads and how to identify high-risk suspects using open-source intelligence. Participants will learn from real-world child exploitation case studies, and will use Zero Abuse Project's new NOVA Tool (Nexus for Open-Source Virtual Assistance) to apply optimized open source intelligence to cases.
22 - 23 May
All Day
Stafford, Virginia
Stafford, Virginia

Investigating Sextortion

Only available to ICAC Task Force members and affiliates registered with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program.

This FREE webinar will address the prevalence of sextortion; ways to identify victims; case challenges; and techniques ICAC investigators can use to properly investigate sextortion cases using search warrants, subpoenas, and digital evidence.
09 May
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Zoom

What Prosecutors Want ICAC Investigators to Know about Search Warrants

Only available to ICAC Task Force members and affiliates registered with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program.

This FREE webinar will give ICAC investigators a prosecutor’s perspective on search warrants and investigations. Prosecutors and investigators often focus on different aspects of a case or different considerations in mind when looking at the investigative stage.
07 May
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Zoom
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