College of Policing and The Investigator National Digital Media Investigator's (DMI) Conference
21 and 22 November 2018, Whittlebury Hall, Northamptonshire, UK
By: The Investigator
The Investigator and the College of Policing are jointly hosting the first ever National Digital Media Investigator's Conference aimed at promoting and supporting the role of the DMI in the criminal investigation process.
This unique two day event will bring together DMIs from across the UK to debate current issues and best practice and to network and forge new links with their colleagues.
The past six years has seen the development of the DMI role in the criminal investigation process and in many forces DMIs now play an integral part in formulating and shaping the digital strategy responding on both an operational and strategic level.
Both the College of Policing and The Investigator have been working to provide training and CPD to support the DMI role and the conference marks the continuation of this commitment.
The College of Policing has served as a national conduit for DMIs and has hosted a number of training courses, events and networking opportunities. The College is launching the new DMI programme which will available as a licenced programme to select forces/organisation.
The Investigator has for the past two years been working with DMCs and DMIs in each region to host a number of Digital Media Investigation Conferences and Workshops again aimed at supporting and promoting the role.
About the Conference
Our two day event is open to all UK DMIs and will include a number of presentations, workshops around current themes/issues and provide DMIs with the opportunity to share their own notable practice by presenting case studies based on their own personal experiences.
The conference will include the following presentations and workshop sessions:
• Maximising Continuous Professional Development (CPD) for the DMI
• National vision of the DMI role
• Update on the current national digital investigation agenda
Operational best practice sessions around:
• The Digital Crime Scene
• The Connectivity Challenge
• Multi-agency Intelligence Opportunities
• Cloud Intelligence
• Case studies from DMIs
Workshop sessions running alongside the main conference agenda in the following subjects:
• Dark Web
• Vehicle Telematics
• Key College of Policing experts giving update on the national picture
• An exhibition of leading digital investigation technology providers
Full agenda will be released shortly.
Networking dinner and entertainment evening
There will also be a networking dinner and entertainment on the evening of day one to enable DMIs to forge new contacts and links with their colleagues.
Two day non-residential:
Two day residential including one night's hotel accommodation at the conference venue at the end of day one, evening meal and breakfast: £549 (limited number available – contact us for more details)
How to book
Venue: Whittlebury Hall Conference & Training Centre, Hotel & Spa, Whittlebury, Near Towcester, Northamptonshire, NN12 8QH
Accommodation is available at the hotel for a discounted rate on 20 November and can be added to your purchase order, please call 0844 6608707 for details.
Booking: Please send the delegates name(s), email address and purchase order to email@example.com or telephone 0844 660 8707 for further information. Payment can be made by debit/credit card (terms and conditions apply).
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