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Indiana Prosecuting Attorneys Council
302 W. Washington St., Rm. E-205
Indianapolis, IN 46204
David N. Powell
Application deadline: July 17
National Computer Forensics Institute
Computer Forensics in Court for Prosecutors is a five-day course taught by nationally recognized instructors and computer forensic experts on these dates:
The course offers hands-on experience with computer and networking technology providing prosecutors with knowledge and insight for criminal cases involving digital evidence. The course combines instructor led discussions and practical exercises to teach methodologies and techniques used by investigators, as well as instruction of digital evidence legal issues. All costs associated with the course (including travel) are covered by the United States Secret Service.
The National Computer Forensics Institute (NCFI) is a partnership between the United States Secret Service, Department of Homeland Security, and the Alabama District Attorney’s Association to facilitate the training of state and local judges, law enforcement and prosecutors in the areas of computer forensics and digital evidence.
Saint Joseph College
1498 S. College Avenue
Core Education Bldg, Courtney Auditorium
You will learn how to assess the credibility of statements ● structure the interview to maximize the flow of information ● use behavior provoking questions in the interview process ● persuade a suspect to tell the truth about their involvement in criminal activity ● develop interrogation themes ● handle denials, overcome objections and use alternative questions
JW Marriott Hotel
Featuring 66 workshops, two keynote speakers and three plenary sessions, we will elevate the national discussion of the need for pretrial services and the incredible work being done by pretrial professionals at the local, state and federal levels. Single-day registrations are also available and workshops have been strategically placed on the agenda to accommodate single-day registrations for various pretrial disciplines.
NorthWest Arkansas Community College
This course is designed for teams of two, consisting of one attorney and one forensic interviewer. Individual applicants will not be accepted. Teams will learn to work together in preparation for a child abuse trial. The course combines lectures and practical court exercises to enhance the ability of the forensic interviewer and prosecutor or civil child protection attorney to defend the forensic interview and multidisciplinary team investigation from attacks by the defense.