46 pages tagged with Information communication technology (ICT)
Railway Guardian – British Transport Police
A mobile app to address violence and intimidation against women and girls on the rail network.
Railway Guardian safe rail travel app
Combines tools to support safer travel across Transport for London (TfL) and the rail network in England, Scotland and Wales.
ID scan for identifying people banned from licensed premises
ID scanning technology for late-night licensed premises pubs and clubs, linking information about banned people and night-time economy venues.
Crime hot spots mobile phone app
An application that directs officers to geographical locations with high concentrations of serious violence.
Echo – feedback from callers, victims, residents and employees
Using a platform to capture and analyse large volumes of customer feedback, gathered through conversational SMS and a bespoke website.
ViSOR system administrator
Create and manage user accounts within ViSOR.
Wifi – advanced
Build on knowledge from the three day wifi course, focusing on understanding more complex data sets and functionality.
Wifi – three day
Understand how multiple wifi evidential sources and wifi associated technologies can assist within investigations.
Understanding the basic operation of vehicle telematics and infotainment systems.
Internet intelligence investigation (III) investigator learning programme
Safely and lawfully gather information and intelligence from internet sources.
High tech crime scene searching
Equip investigators with the knowledge and skills to recover, handle and preserve electronic evidence.
Field search course
Interrogate a computer with limited technical knowledge.
Digital media investigator programme (DMI) – initial module
The first module of a three-step process to becoming a digital media investigator (DMI).
Digital media investigator programme (DMI) – Hydra module
The final module in a three-step process to becoming a digital media investigator.
Digital forensics managers’ workshop
Effectively manage a digital forensics unit.
Core skills in mobile phone forensics
Acquire mobile telephone evidence in a forensically sound manner.
Core skills in data recovery and analysis
Seizure, interrogation and presentation of computer, digital device and electronic storage media.
Applied NT forensics
Recover evidence more effectively, understand automated forensic tools and be better prepared to assemble evidence for court.
Radio frequency propagation survey (RFPS) wifi and cellular knowledge
Developing the role and responsibilities of the RFPS technician.