Sep 28th, 2020
Release Date: September 28, 2020
Description: What data is stored on your phone and how can that help law enforcement investigations? In this episode, Scott Eicher, retired FBI agent and a subject matter expert (SME) in cellular analysis shares how and why you should use cellular analysis in your investigations. Scott goes into the history of the FBI Cellular Analysis Survey Team (CAST) and how they helped set the standard for cellular analysis as we know it today, plus the societal shift that came with this new type of evidence. Scott provides his perspective on how our society and law enforcement has changed after the Columbine High School massacre in 1999, 9/11 terrorist attack in 2001, and the Aurora theater mass shooting in 2012. Scott is currently the Director of Training & Professional Services with Hawk Analytics, Inc. (email@example.com) and he gives us a quick overview of the services Hawk Analytics, Inc. provides in this episode.
Names Dropped: Chad Fitzgerald, Chad Creasey, Bill Shute, Sally Rawlings, Mike Melson
Public Service Announcements: Kyle Stoker on IACA Elections, Sam Gwinn, Rhea Gerstenkorn, Mindy Duong on Hiring Guide, Paul Arnold
Related Links: https://www.hawkanalytics.com/
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Podcast Writer: Mindy Duong
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