RCCEEG

Regional Computer Crime Education and Enforcement Group

Training

As part of our mission, RCCEEG undertakes to support law enforcement in the Greater St. Louis region not only through direct investigative efforts, but also through ongoing training opportunities for agencies throughout the region.  RCCEEG cooperates with a number of public agencies, nonprofit entities, and private enterprise to provide the best possible training experiences for regional law enforcement agencies, both utilizing our state of the art training facilities as well as through online web-based training.  Below is a list of currently scheduled classroom training and available online courses:

Classroom Training

 

RCCEEG, in cooperation with the National Domestic Communications Assistance Center (NDCAC) will be conducting a series of one day training events: "Best Practices- Collection/Seizure of Mobile Devices for Investigators." This POST-certified training is geared toward investigators and first responders who have no prior forensic training and will teach how to identify mobile device forensic evidence and take appropriate steps to preserve it for later examination and analysis.

RCCEGG is proud to have had the honor of hosting the very first two sessions of this training with NDCAC on October 11 and 12, 2017.  Future sessions are forthcoming and will be announced soon!

 

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Contact Cara Wood at 314-889-4280 or cwood@claytonmo.gov to reserve a seat.  We are expecting the courses to fill quickly but more dates will be announced soon.

Online Training

The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) offers free online training in Cyber Investigation, Cybersecurity, and Financial Crimes for member agencies.  Membership is free; agencies interested in membership can get further information here, or apply for membership online here.

Click the logo below to access the NW3C Online Training page: