An objective of the FORMOBILE Project is to deliver a novel training curriculum for Law Enforcement across the mobile forensic investigation chain. Aiming to provide theoretical and practical learning which can empower officials working with mobile devices during investigations and following best practices. There are many important aspects to consider when developing and delivering a curriculum and, this is where we need your help!
To gather accurate and relevant data we are looking to a wide selection of stakeholders within Law Enforcement and Prosecution who conduct or handle mobile forensic investigations and evidence. We are looking for your opinions and experiences of current educational and training offerings related to mobile forensics as well as the needs and status of the field. Gathering this valuable input is vital to lay foundations for future thinking and development of training.
Why should you be involved in this questionnaire?
Simply, we need to understand the needs of the community before we can deliver a novel curriculum. The added knowledge from experts in the field are of enormous significance to this project.
By completing this anonymous form you can help us to identify the current areas essential to the mobile forensic investigations and draw upon improvements fundamental to current training provisions.
The target groups for this questionnaire are:
- First responders (police officers) that handle mobile devices at the crime scene
- Experts at the common labs or highly specialized labs
- Prosecution who evaluate and make decisions regarding evidence from mobile devices
Learn more -about the “Law Enforcement Officers’ Requirements for Training”, here: http://bit.ly/2UEe06p
Mike Dickinson has spent half his working career in military/law enforcement and the other half in the private sector supporting these services. His specialism is providing tools and technologies designed to help in the fight against crime. Using his previous experience as a Senior Investigating Officer in the UK Police, Mike is dedicated to helping agencies make best use of their existing assets to improve the prevention and detection of crime; through the use of digital forensic technology.