North Carolina Justice Academy

North Carolina Department of Justice

Communications Evidence Collection Methods (NDCAC)

 
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Date:

Place:

June 20, 2017

Woodman Community Center, 2602 W. Vernon Ave., Kinston, NC

June 22, 2017 Edneyville

Please check our "Available Training" page for the most current status of the course. 

Who Should Attend:

Investigator, criminal analysts and other law enforcement officers who conduct investigations where data from cellular and broadband providers, “apps” providers are used by subjects of their investigation.

Course Goal:

To provide students with an understanding of the services offered through the NDCAC, and improve investigator/analyst awareness to new communication services and technologies which will enhance their criminal investigative techniques. Students will be introduced to packet data communication, how it impacts a criminal investigation, and how law enforcement can interpret and process legally authorized collected data.

Course Objectives:

1. Discuss the evolution of communications services and electronic surveillance (ELSUR). 

2. Discuss the “Going Dark” initiative and its relevance to law enforcement.
3. Describe the Communications Assistance for Law Enforcement Act (CALEA).
4. Describe the function and purpose of the National Domestic Communication Assistance Center (NDCAC). 
5. Describe the various programs of the NDCAC and their functions.

Methodologies:

Lecture, PowerPoint and demonstration.

Course Requirements:

This event is free.  However, transportation, lodging, M&IE, and other expenses will NOT be covered by the NDCAC for this event.

Registration:

Register for ALL NCJA classes (online, traditional, web-based) on our North Carolina Justice Academy Training Portal. After signing in to the portal, you can view ALL available classes. If you don’t have a portal account, instructions for creating one are located here.

 

 

 


Course Coordinator:

Doug Robinson
 

Length of Course:

Eight hours - One day
 

CICP Credit