l-9 - Incriminating Evidence For longer relationships,...

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Incriminating Evidence For longer relationships, offenders and victims may have items like these: Gifts they sent each other Pornography they sent each other Saved communications and data files Victim Diary Victim note discussing the offender “This morning was great. Dave came over and gave me the best kiss ever …. .” Indiana Computer Forensic Field Triage Process Model Traditional Lab Model – Wine glass Indiana Triage Model – Martini glass Who developed this model? US Attorney’s Offices, S.D. Indiana Indiana State Police and IN ICAC US ICE Purdue University National White Collar Crime Center Idea here is you are making a basic decision. Traditional Model of Forensic Analysis 1. Plan the search 2. Identify evidence on scene 3. Collect evidence on scene 4. Preserve evidence on scene 5. Send evidence to a forensic lab for recovery, analysis and reporting Fundamental problems Indiana Computer Forensic Field Triage Model 1. Plan the search and develop workings assumptions about computer use and internet social
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This note was uploaded on 04/19/2011 for the course CJUS 300 taught by Professor Debrota during the Winter '09 term at Indiana.

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