Join Michael Bazzell, police detective, speaker, trainer, author and leading authority on using free internet resources (Google, Facebook, You-Tube, Instagram, and other social media) to develop investigative intelligence, on November 20th & 21st, 2013 at Judson University in Elgin, Illinois. Michael will also discuss how you can "hide" from the Internet.
During this seminar you will learn:
- Locating meaningful target intelligence from Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, YouTube, Craigslist, and other freeresources.
- Locating, tracking and documenting pre and post-incident target intel, using Google, Bing, and other freeresources.
- Online investigation techniques and resources (APIs).
- Intel analysis software, and, how to hide from the internet.
Intended audience: law enforcement, corrections, investigators, asset managers, personal protection and security professionals and others!
More info available at the Illinois Chiefs of Police Website (www.ilchiefs.org).
Cost: $399: includes attendance both days, breakfast and lunch, access to Michael's investigation software portal, and a Seminar-discounted price for his latest book (www.computercrimeinfo.com). ***Seminar discounts available***
I hope you can attend!