Facebook for Law Enforcement Investigations
Facebook is the most popular social network worldwide with 2 billion monthly active users. Facebook should be the first place police should look for evidence. Yet, Facebook is the hardest social networking site to gather accurate real time data. Making matters worse, Facebook has begun to shut down API’s to companies offering Facebook analytical data to police.
This innovative course is the only one offered in the United States that will provide step by step instructions on creating over 250 complex and detailed searches within Facebook that produce actionable results! Seating is limited to thirty-five students per class.
This innovative new course is the only police training offered in the United States that will provide step by step instructions on creating over 250 complex and detailed searches within Facebook that produce actionable results!
This training is hosted by Broward College Institute of Public Safety in Davie, Florida. Computers will be provided for each student during the training and each student will be provided a USB containing all the software presented in the class.
NOTICE: Due to the nature of searches some websites may contain graphic content including profanity, and sexual and violent images.
Attendee Requirements: Attendees are encouraged to have accounts setup for Gmail, LinkedIn, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook for class use only. Attendees are encouraged to bring a laptop computer configured with Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Mac OS X, or Linux operating systems. Each attendee’s computer should have the ability to access an 802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi network in an unrestricted or unfiltered nature. Please contact us if clarification is required on these class specifications.
Want this class at your agency? We provide affordable in-house training solutions for any size audience and can customize courses to meet any agencies needs. Please contact us for additional information: [email protected]. W9 and sole source documentation provided upon request.
Instructor: Michael G Gordon