Social Media 101 Seminar Class List

Social Media 101 Seminar - What Law Enforcement Needs to Know

Over the last five years, social media has transformed how people communicate. Individuals around the globe now use social media to easily share ideas, opinions and updates. Because it is new and still evolving, law enforcement needs to educate itself about how it works in order to utilize it to both gather and distribute valuable information.

This seminar is intended for law enforcement personnel who want to learn more about using social media for both investigations and public awareness campaigns.

This one day seminar will cover topics of interest such as:

  • How the most popular social media applications and websites work
  • What investigative tools are available to search social media
  • Social media model policies and procedures for law enforcement
  • Identifying what’s next in the field of social media

There is no cost to attend this seminar and your agency does not need to be a member of NW3C.

There are currently no scheduled classes for this course. If you are interested in knowing when the next class might be offered or would like more information in general please see the training contact information on this page.


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Forensics Tool Testing

National Institute of Standards and Technology

In an effort to enhance its support for law enforcement at the state and local level, NW3C participates in the National Institute for Science and Technology’s Computer Forensics Tool Testing (CFTT) steering committee.

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Hosting NW3C Classes

If you are interested in hosting NW3C’s training in your area please review the appropriate information below. Note that your agency will be allowed to reserve seats for the class(es) and must meet the criteria described in the document associated with the type of hosting you request.


Training Contacts

Instructor Led
Phone:   (877) 628-7674
Email: training@nw3c.org

Online
Email:     onlinelearning@nw3c.org


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