Resources and Online Training for Law Enforcement

Webinar Schedule

During this time of social distancing, we are not able to see you at our in-person training events. However, we hope to see you online at one of our many scheduled webinar events!

**All webinars are limited to active law enforcement and military personnel only. You must register using official agency email addresses.

All webinars are conducted on the Zoom webinar platform. All webinar access links are sent to you directly from the Zoom platform.
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10 Filters of Profiling & Criminal Investigative Analysis

Victimology is often one of the most beneficial investigative tools in crime analysis. By examining the victim(s), you can begin to unravel and eliminate an often perplexing web of misguided leads.

We are joined by Gregory M. Cooper and Dean L. Jackson from the Cold Case Foundation, who will introduce the 10 Filters of Criminal Profiling™ which will allow you to develop investigative leads and potential suspects in order to explore all aspects of a crime.
For any responders from the first responding officers to crime analysts, investigators, detectives, cold case units, prosecutors, and more — learn about the 10 Filters of Criminal Profiling™ and techniques that can be applied from crime scene investigation through to courtroom testimony.

Our presenters will cover:
1. Victimology
2. Initial Suspect/Victim Contact Site
3. Crime Scene Analysis
4. Body Disposal and/or Recovery site
5. Physical Assault (body disposition, cause of death and/or Trauma)
6. Sexual Assault (determine rape typology)
7. MO vs Signature
8. Criminal Behavior – Organized vs Disorganized
9. Offender Risk Level
10. Suspect Information

*By attending this webinar, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance. Certificates are sent after the webinar concludes. 

Upcoming Dates

Wednesday, May 12, 2021 – 13:00-14:00 ET

Ok Google, how do I catch a peeping predator?

The “Peeping Tom” is a particularly unsettling kind of predator. Often, they stalk and violate victims inside the comfort and safety of their own homes without them ever knowing. A peeper that decides to prey on innocent young girls is an extra layer of creep.

Join the FBINAA, GeoTime and guest presenter Mike Winslow, Senior Police Analyst, for a fascinating case study involving one such lowlife who thought he could get away with such nefarious activity. By harnessing the power of Google data, Mike and his team were able to assist in putting this predator’s prowl to an end, providing investigators with even more damning evidence used to further exact justice.

In this 1-hour webinar, we’ll dive into the case with video and photo evidence, and discuss:
⇢ The initial discovery and investigation process
⇢ Mapping and analyzing specific user data from Google
⇢ A look into the Google LERS Portal to create a legal request and obtain data
⇢ Data types received from Google
⇢ Best practices when analyzing Google data

Register and save your spot now!

*This is an on-going case, therefore a recording will not be available.
* This webinar is eligible for a Certificate of Attendance.

*By attending this webinar, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance. Certificates are sent after the webinar concludes. 

Upcoming Dates

Wednesday, May 19, 2021 – 11:00-12:00 ET

Layering License Plate Recognition Data and Phone Records with Vigilant and GeoTime

Back by popular demand, GeoTime and Vigilant (Motorola Solutions) are joining forces once again for a 90-minute webinar focused on obtaining and understanding LPR data from Vigilant, mapping call detail records in GeoTime, and how to layer both data sets for a more complete view of your investigation.

In this session, Adeel Khamisa (GeoTime), Sam Palmer (Vigilant), and Paige Burley (Vigilant) will cover:

• Introduction to LPR data and its uses
• Vigilant’s solution including: Common Plate report, Locate Analysis report, Quick Plate Search, Geo-Zone, mobile LPR tools, and more
• Exporting data from Vigilant into GeoTime Desktop
• Layering LPR data and phone record data in GeoTime to map your target’s movements before and after the crime

Register to save your spot!

* This webinar is limited to law enforcement only. Please register with your agency email.
** By attending this webinar, you will receive a Certificate of Attendance. Certificates are sent after the webinar concludes.

Upcoming Dates

May 20, 2021 – 13:00-14:30 ET

GeoTime Call Record Analysis - Level 1 Online Training - West Coast Training Times

Our popular Call Record Analysis Level 1 training course is jam-packed with actionable workflows and theory that you can apply immediately to your cases. Level 1 Online training is split into five modules. Once you complete all five modules, you will earn Level 1 Certification.

Topics Covered:

  • Into to Cell Site Analysis
  • Loading Data manually and with Auto Detect
  • Visual Analysis Fundamentals
  • Reporting, Animation and Video Fundamental
  • Other Formats

Upcoming Dates

May 25-28, 2021 – 8:00-10:00 PT

GeoTime Desktop - Getting Started Online Introductory Training

This 1-hour session will cover the basics of GeoTime Desktop with an experienced live trainer.
You’ll learn how to:

  • Load data into GeoTime using carrier format auto-detection
  • Understand how GeoTime displays data
  • Identify parts of the GeoTime interface, and understand how they are used
  • Answer common investigative questions with a sample case
  • Create a report with callouts and screenshots
  • Q&A with case-specific questions

At the end of this online session, you’ll be ready to solve your own cases in GeoTime.

Upcoming Dates

Tuesday, May 18, 2021 – 14:00 ET

GeoTime Glimpse - Online Introductory Training

Use Glimpse in investigations, when time matters most. By the end of this training, you’ll be able to work through phone records and more, in just a few minutes.

In this quick 1-hour online training, we will cover:

  • Loading data into Glimpse and understanding the results
  • Navigating the Glimpse interface
  • Answering investigative questions, including:
    • Where was the phone used the most?
    • Who was in contact with this phone the most?
    • Was this phone near this address?
    • Was the phone near this crime at this time

Stick around for Q&A if you have any specific questions.

Upcoming Dates

Wednesday, May 26, 2021 – 14:00 ET

GeoTime Glimpse: Ask questions and get instant answers

If you need answers from cell phone data fast, learn how GeoTime Glimpse helps detectives and investigators quickly and clearly see where a suspect has been.

Using case-specific examples, we’ll demonstrate how to:

• Quickly drag-and-drop your call detail records, Cellebrite, and other location-based data to answer questions like was your suspect’s cell phone near the crime?
• Find out where your suspect spends their time, who they call, and who they chat with
• Easily sort through text conversations, and analyze chat and app message history
• Plot crimes and locations of interest
• Play back the sequence of calls

Please note, this is an introductory demonstration of GeoTime Glimpse. For training, please visit: https://geotime.com/resources-for-law-enforcement/

Upcoming Dates

Thursday, May 27, 2021 – 13:30-14:00 ET

GeoTime Desktop: Discover more from call detail records and location-based data

Watch a live demonstration of GeoTime Desktop to visualize and analyze a suspect’s pattern of life and movements using call records and location-based data.

During this webinar we will cover the capabilities and accelerated workflows for law enforcement analysts within Desktop, and use case-specific examples to demonstrate:

• Layering different types of data
• Identifying call patterns between suspects and victims
• Visualizing your suspect’s pattern of life and interaction with others
• Preparing court-ready reports

Please note, this is an introductory demonstration of GeoTime Desktop. For training, please visit: https://geotime.com/resources-for-law-enforcement/

Upcoming Dates

Thursday, June 3rd, 2021 – 13:00-14:00 ET

GeoTime User Certification Exam

By successfully passing the GeoTime User Certification Examination, you will earn a credential that demonstrates your expertise with analysis using GeoTime Desktop.

The exam covers concepts for working efficiently and effectively with GeoTime throughout the analytical process. By becoming a Certified User, you will have proven your ability to use GeoTime for mapping, analysis, and reporting.

  • Learners must have successfully completed the Level 1 and Level 2 courses
  • Learners must have used GeoTime in their own casework for at least 1 year after completing Level 1.

Upcoming Dates

Tuesday, July 6, 2021 – 12:00 ET

GeoTime Call Record Analysis - Level 2 Online Training

*This training is full booked. Please join the waitlist by emailing training@geotime.com

This high-demand training focuses on advanced analytical workflows and producing effective presentations. After successful completion you will be awarded the Level 2 completion certificate.

Level 2 Overview:

  • Link and Network Analysis (common callers, relationships, patterns)
  • Pattern and Analysis Tools (using GeoTime’s automated tools to find answers)
  • Effective Reporting (common questions and hurdles, effectively narrating cell site data, examples of reports for court)

Upcoming Dates

New dates coming soon!

Resources

Trying to do something specific, or need some advanced help?
Here's a list of our resources available - Contact us to get a copy.

Getting Started Video Series

A 5-part video series that walks you through the basics of using GeoTime Desktop.

Workflow Videos

Working on a specific type of case? These videos walk you through how to tackle these cases:

  • Homicide
  • Narcotics
  • Burglaries
  • Cell Site Analysis Overview
  • GPS Analysis Overview
  • Loading your own data into GeoTime Desktop

Data Requirements Checklist

Do you know what to request from phone carriers and app companies? Here’s a quick checklist to make sure you have what you need for your case work.

Are you working from home?

If your workplace requires you to work from home, we can help with access to GeoTime at home to get your work done.

GeoTime Desktop: If you plan on working from home, please email support@geotime.com from your law enforcement address and let them know.

GeoTime Glimpse: Users can access Glimpse from their home computers in the same way they do at their office.

Don’t have GeoTime Desktop or Glimpse? Contact us at info@geotime.com to get started.

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