Webinar 4: Evidence Collection in Technology-Assisted Crimes

When: 
May 23, 2013 3:00 PM ET – 4:30 PM ET
Where: 
online

 

From Cell Phones to Facebook: Technology Safety in a Digital World Webinar Series

Webinar 4: Evidence Collection in Technology-Assisted Crimes

May 23, 2013

3:00 PM ET – 4:30 PM ET

Presented by: Detective Bryan Franke, Longmont Police Department and President/Founder of 2C Solutions, LLC & the Safety Net Project at the National Network to End Domestic Violence

For many survivors, one incident of harassment or stalking may not be enough to show abuse or stalking. Documenting the abuse or stalking is one way for them to show law enforcement or judges that stalking and harassment is occurring. However, once law enforcement starts investigating tech-assisted crimes, what is the best way to collect the evidence? How does one preserve text messages, track an IP address, or seize a cell phone or computer? This webinar will explore some of these issues and provide tips and strategies on evidence collection.

This webinar will be most useful for law enforcement, community corrections, prosecutors, and civil attorneys for understanding how to secure evidence to support claims or protection orders on behalf of clients; and advocates so they can help the survivor start thinking about ways to preserve evidence. Feel free to forward.

 

Please register by May 22, 2013. Register for this webinar here:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/techsafetywebinars

** Note: This webinar was original scheduled for June 26, 2013. If you registered for that webinar, please do not register again. You will automatically be included in this one. **

The Safety Net Project at the National Network to End Domestic Violence is presenting a 5-part webinar series, supported by the Office for Victims of Crime, on technology safety in a digital world. While each webinar will focus in-depth on a certain subset of technology and can stand alone, together, the series offer a comprehensive understanding of technology abuse as well as best practices for agencies in using technology to enhance their services for victims.

Questions? Email safetynet@nnedv.org.

National Network to End Domestic Violence1400 16th Street, NW, Suite 330Washington, DC 20036P: 202-543-5566 ext. 117 (office); F: 202-543-5626www.nnedv.org