This talk will explain the challenges of training the police in Digital Forensics and Security.
Dr Paul Stephens is a Principal Lecturer in Digital Crime and Director of Academic Studies in Law, Policing & Social Sciences at Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU)
18:00 - Presentation
19:30 - Close
Calling on over 20 years of experience as a lecturer, researcher and consultant specialising in digital forensics and security, Paul will discuss the challenges of training the police in these areas. Discussions will include the training versus education debate, in-person and online delivery, teaching the police to program, and scenario development.
About the speaker
Dr Paul Stephens is a Principal Lecturer in Digital Crime and Director of Academic Studies in Law, Policing & Social Sciences at Canterbury Christ Church University (CCCU).He works with, and teaches, representatives of law enforcement organisations from across Europe on digital crime related matters.
He has worked in collaboration with the College of Policing and the Justice Institute of British Columbia to develop and deliver academic Masters courses. He has led European Commission funded training development and delivery in digital forensics for EU members states and law enforcement agencies.
Paul is co-authored books include Policing Digital Crime (published by Routledge) and Investigating Digital Crime(published by Wiley). He is a Fellow of the British Computer Society (FBCS), a Chartered Information Technology Professional (CITP), and a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA).
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