Training Schedule

October
17th
October
24th

3 Day Social Media and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Research and Investigation Course Atlanta-Carolinas HIDTA

This course is being held exclusively by and for the Atlanta-Carolinas HIDTA.Training Registration 
October
27th

Online Photo and Video for Law Enforcement Investigations

Over one billion pictures and videos are uploaded to social networking sites and mobile apps daily. These images and videos are proving to be the perfect crime-solving partners. What are you doing to capture and preserve this information? This new course for 2017 covers all aspects that law enforcement will encounter while working with online photos and videos. This course is limited to 50 [...]
October
30th

Social Media and Open Source Training at the Homeland Security Management Institute

This course is offered exclusively by and for the Homeland Security Management Institute.For more information contact: [email protected] 
November
8th

Social Media and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Research and Investigation Course at the Broward College Institute of Public Safety

Dataveillance will be presenting a two-day Social Media Research & Investigation Course at Broward College Institute of Public Safety.This course is open to Florida Certified Law Enforcement officers, corrections officers or qualified support staff for mandatory and salary incentive credit as defined in Florida Criminal Justice Standards Training Commission Rule 11B-35.006. Priority [...]
November
14th

Social Media and Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) Research and Investigation Course at the Lee County Sheriff’s Office

This course is being held exclusively by and for the Lee County Sheriff's Office.
November
16th

FCIAA Social Media & OSINT Training

This course is being held exclusively by and for the FCIAA. 
February
19th

Facebook for Law Enforcement at the Escambia County Sheriff’s Office

Facebook is the largest social networking platform in the world, with over 2 billion monthly active users. Additionally, the social network has 1.6 billion mobile application users, making it the first-place investigators should look for evidence. Yet, it is the hardest social networking site to gather accurate real time data. Making matters worse, Facebook has begun to shut down API’s to [...]
February
21st

Facebook for Law Enforcement at the Leon County Sheriff’s Office

Facebook is the largest social networking platform in the world, with over 2 billion monthly active users. Additionally, the social network has 1.6 billion mobile application users, making it the first-place investigators should look for evidence. Yet, it is the hardest social networking site to gather accurate real time data. Making matters worse, Facebook has begun to shut down API’s to [...]
February
23rd

Facebook for Law Enforcement at the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office

Facebook is the largest social networking platform in the world, with over 2 billion monthly active users. Additionally, the social network has 1.6 billion mobile application users, making it the first-place investigators should look for evidence. Yet, it is the hardest social networking site to gather accurate real time data. Making matters worse, Facebook has begun to shut down API’s to [...]
February
27th

Facebook for Law Enforcement at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #56

Facebook is the largest social networking platform in the world, with over 2 billion monthly active users. Additionally, the social network has 1.6 billion mobile application users, making it the first-place investigators should look for evidence. Yet, it is the hardest social networking site to gather accurate real time data. Making matters worse, Facebook has begun to shut down API’s to [...]
March
1st

Online Photo and Video for Law Enforcement Investigations at the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge #56

Over one billion pictures and videos are uploaded to social networking sites and mobile apps daily. These images and videos are proving to be the perfect crime-solving partners. What are you doing to capture and preserve this information? This new course for 2017 covers all aspects that law enforcement will encounter while working with online photos and videos. This course is limited to 50 [...]