The Committee for Geographic Profiling Analyst Training and Certification (CGPATC) is pleased to announce that the 2018 Geographic Profiling Application of the Year has been awarded to Fred Lee with the Riverside (California) Police Department for his innovative and effective analysis resulting in the arrest of a serial commercial burglary. 



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IECIAA was established in 1997 and is one of six regional Crime and Intelligence Analysts Associations (CCIAA) that span the state of California.

IECIAA is a professional law enforcement organization whose purpose  is  to share  crime analysis and intelligence knowledge, techniques, and expertise.

Current membership is primarily made up of analysts from local law enforcement agencies in the Inland Empire, San Bernardino and Riverside County areas

Member Highlight  - Fred LEE

The CGPATC congratulates Fred Lee on his accomplishment and his adherence to the high standards of training and certification that the organization stands for.  We’d like to thank everyone who submitted their colleagues for this award and encourage the use of Geographic Profiling.  For more information about Geographic Profiling and this award, please visit www.cgpatc.org.  For more information about current training courses in Geographic Profiling, please visit http://ecricanada.com/training


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Tuesday, January 29th, 2019


OSINT: From the Browser To the Courtroom


Location:Ontario PD - 2500 S Archibald Ave​, Community Room

Agenda
Training: 0800 – 1700 hours

(For Full Time Law Enforcement Personnel Only)


$50 Fee for Non-IECIAA Members

This 8‐hour intermediate to advanced presentation is designed for analysts/investigators that already have some experience working with internet investigations, social media, and related technologies. The instructor will start the day off with a review of OSINT fundamentals and will then quickly dive into real case studies based on what LAPD Robbery‐Homicide is doing today. The training will combine lecture and hands‐on techniques, so make sure you bring your tablet if you want to follow along! ***laptops/tablets will not be provided to students***


Topics that will be covered include:
•Holistic approach to OSINT alongside LES databases (such as LInX, Accurint, TLO, CLEAR) and HUMINT
• Strategies for OSINT at scale, real‐time or as assigned to an ICS Intel Section
• Deploying contact exploitation devices to rapidly exploit phone numbers and email addresses
• How to attack criminal networks by analyzing friends/followers/connections
• Analyzing geolocation, image verification and vetting online content
• Search warrants, analyzing business records, hashing, documenting searches, court preparation
•Intelligence Reporting
•Establishing OPSEC for safer investigations
•Digital manhunts.


RSVP  

Jennifer Krutak, Crime Analyst
ieciaatraining@gmail.com
909‐820‐2645



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