Cyber-Bullying/Sexting Investigations

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Date: Friday, January 26, 2018
Registration Deadline: Friday, January 19, 2018
Time: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Instructor Location:
John Wood Community College
1301 S. 48th Street
Quincy, IL 62301
Instructor: Richard Wistocki, BeSure Consulting and Detective with the Naperville Police Dept for 28 years
Member's Fee: $0
Non-Member & Civilian Fee: $0
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Meets IL Mandates:  Civil Rights|Procedural Justice|Constitutional and Proper Use of LE Authority|Human Rights|Law Updates

Upon completion of the training exercises, participants will:

*Obtain the basic overview of various social networks and what information they possess

*Understand the research of the Thorn Sextortion Study and how it effects our students

*Learn the online investigative tools that are free and open source in their use 

*Know items of evidence needed to successfully identify suspects who Cyber-Bully and are Sexting

*Discuss the three-step process in investigating internet crimes

*Discuss the importance of Preservation, Subpoena and Search Warrants if needed

*Understand how to obtain IP’s, screen names, screen captures, email headers, and statements for the investigation

*Discuss the laws in that state in reference; Harassment through Electronic Communication, Sexting, Indecent Solicitation of a Child, Sexual Exploitation of a Child and Child Pornography

*Overview of computer and cell phone forensics and when it is appropriate to seize these items from a victim or a suspect to be analyzed

*Once the suspect is identified, the importance of the interview with Parents and Students Together

*We will effect a Diversion protocol and use the online program of JuvenileJusticeOnline.org

*Learn the appropriate consequences for these crimes in order to effect behavior modification through properties of Restorative Justice and Education