Key Learning Points
- Explaining and applying relevant legislation, legal requirements and Codes of Practice in search and seizure of electronic and digital evidence in investigations
- Gaining a working knowledge of the Computer Misuse Act
- Planning and preparing for the search and seizure of electronic/digital evidence
- Collecting electronic/digital evidence using procedures that ensure the continuity of the evidence is preserved
- Complying with the guidelines for dealing with computer-based evidence identified by the College of Policing
Collecting Electronic/Digital Evidence - overview
Electronic/digital evidence is now an integral part of many investigations. Investigators must know how to secure and preserve electronic/digital evidence so that it will be admissible in court.
This practical 2-day Collecting Electronic/Digital Evidence training course will give you a thorough understanding of how to secure electronic/digital evidence so that it can be used in a court of law.
The Collecting Electronic/Digital Evidence training course can count towards the 8-day nationally recognised qualification - the Advanced Professional Certificate in Investigative Practice - or towards the 2-day Professional Award in Collecting Electronic/Digital Evidence.