January 10-12, 2023 | Orlando, FL
IoT Devices are always watching, listening and sensing. They are an important consideration at any crime scene. The logs and other data created by them can help place a subject at the scene or elsewhere, establish the time of the crime, and corroborate or impeach a subject's statements. Join us as we bring hundreds of law enforcement professionals and industry leaders together to explore emerging Internet of Things (IoT) technologies, discover investigative methods and consider how navigating the landscape of the IoT can help solve crimes and make communities safer.
Can't wait for the conference to learn how Internet of Things (IoT) should be a part of your investigations? Watch our 2-part webinar series,** The Internet, Technology, and the Crime Scene: Considering the "Electronic Witness!** Hear from conference presenter Kevin Branzetti, Vice-president and co-founder of the National Child Protection Task Force, as he shares victim-based, suspect-based, and location-based ways of finding evidence including innovative ways of seeing a crime scene through different technologies. **[Part 1 Recording](http://ncjtc.fvtc.edu/trainings/TR01395391/TRI1395392/the-internet-technology-and-the-crime-scene-considering-the-electronic-witness-part-1-1)** **[Part 2 Recording](http://ncjtc.fvtc.edu/trainings/TR01424002/TRI1424020/the-internet-technology-and-the-crime-scene-considering-the-electronic-witness-part-2-1)** Training Schedule: Jan 10 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Jan 11 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Jan 12 | 8:00 am - 5:00 pm **We have a special visitors perk for registering and attending the conference. Please watch your registration approval email for further information.**
During the conference, we will dive into the data and information internet-based devices create/record which can indicate a person’s proximity to a crime and establish relationships between victims and suspects. Industry trends, techniques and emerging opportunities that internet-based technologies present for criminal justice officials will be discussed. In order for communities to support law enforcement’s use of these technologies, they must be accessed in a legally and ethical manner. Current case law and best practices will be discussed by experts in the field. Specialized training tracks will be offered in the areas of home monitoring and security devices, smart wearables, tracking devices and vehicle data systems. Other internet-based devices will be considered as well.
* Crime Analysts * Community Corrections Officer * Law Enforcement * Prosecutors * Tribes/Tribal Partners
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This fee includes 24 hours of training, program materials, and instructional costs. Participants are responsible for costs and arrangements related to meals, travel, and lodging.