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Introduction to Digital Crime Scene Examination

  • Level(s) of Study: Professional
  • Start Date(s): August - November 2022
  • Duration: 50 hours
  • Study Mode(s): Distance learning
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Introduction:

This course provides an introduction to digital forensics at a crime scene and methods used in the recovery of digital forensic evidence. You will cover the procedures involved in recovering digital devices and other types of digital evidence at a crime scene before going on to look at seizure, safe handling, packaging and storage of digital evidence.

During this course you will study:

  • Digital forensics including underpinning theory and legislation for admissibility of digital evidence
  • Principles and standard procedures for digital crime scene processing and recording to minimise data loss due to inappropriate seizure
  • Requirements for recovery of common digital devices
  • Digital crime scene case studies.

What you’ll study

During this course you will study the legislation and principles underpinning digital forensic investigations; the processes for recovery of common digital devices. You will learn how to apply digital evidence principles to crime scene examination and the methods for recovering digital devices.

How you’re taught

This course is delivered online and will take around 50 hours to complete. You can start at anytime and have up to three months to complete the course. You will study your learning material through our online learning platform and have access to our expert members of staff for support throughout your course.

Course dates

  • Monday 29 August - Sunday 29 November 2022

You can start the course at anytime between these dates. The course will take around 50 hours to complete.

If you have any questions about this course please get in touch with us at sci.shortcourses@ntu.ac.uk

Contact hours

The course will take around 50 hours to complete and the learning materials are all delivered online that you can access at a time to suit you.

Campus and facilities

Fees and funding

The fee for this course is £75, which can be paid via our online store.

If you wish to either pay by bank transfer (BACS) or if your course will be paid by an external organisation, you must contact us directly on sci.shortcourses@ntu.ac.uk

The fee for this course is £75, which can be paid via our online store.

If you wish to either pay by bank transfer (BACS) or if your course will be paid by an external organisation, you must contact us directly on sci.shortcourses@ntu.ac.uk

How to apply

You can apply for this course on our online store.

You can apply for this course on our online store.

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