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 ICAC Unit Supervisor

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The ICAC Unit Supervisor course provides ICAC unit commanders and supervisors of ICAC Task Force and affiliated law enforcement agencies with an overview of managerial, investigative and early intervention strategies to more effectively protect children online. This training encompasses forensic and investigative components.

Experts in the field of Internet exploitation will review emerging technologies and update participants on current investigative and prosecutorial issues associated with supervising an ICAC unit.
Newly assigned Task Force Commanders are encouraged to attend this class at the earliest opportunity as there is a great deal of information presented that can assist new commanders in understanding the ICAC Task Force Program.
Course Objectives: At the conclusion of this course, students will be well-informed on:
  • ICAC victims and offenders,
  • Reactive and proactive ICAC cases,
  • Legal considerations for unit supervisors,
  • Digital forensics and triage,
  • Operational challenges; and
  • Management roles and responsibilities.
Pre-Requisite(s): None

Eligibility: This training is open to state, local and Federal law enforcement supervisors who are members or affiliates of a regional ICAC Task Force.

Course Length: 4 days

Technical Level:

Class statuses marked with an asterisk (*), in the training schedule below, are pending approval from the Department of Justice. Do not make any travel reservations or incur any other costs until confirmation to attend is received via email.

 Training Schedule - Click on Link Under "Class" to Register

ClassLocationStart DateEnd DateReg DeadlineStatus
ICAC-Unit SupervisorAlexandria, VA06-09-201406-12-201404-14-2014Open