The Law Enforcement Digital Forensics Training Planner is an interactive tool that provides information on current training opportunities for law enforcement personnel. Users can easily search for available training courses based on: keywords, training organization, training topic, training level, and other criteria. Users can also share feedback on training courses.
The Law Enforcement Search String Assistant (LESSA) is a resource to digital forensics investigators who perform keyword searches for digital evidence. The LESSA stores sets of commonly needed keyword lists that users can browse and export to forensic tools such as FTK and EnCase for use in their investigations. Another feature of the LESSA allows users to browse for pre-existing regular expressions or to create their own regular expressions for use in their forensic tools.
The digital device image library is provided as a free resource for the criminal justice community to locate and use digital evidence device image files for presentations, case preparation or other applications.
The Digital Evidence Analysis and Electronic Crime Investigation Resources list of digital evidence forensic analysis labs, electronic crime investigation units, squads and task forces has been compiled as reference information for the criminal justice community. These units vary in size, organization and mission providing the criminal justice community with valuable information and resources to establish and expand their high technology crime enforcement capacity. This resource is also intended to facilitate electronic crime investigation and digital evidence examination information sharing within the criminal justice community.
The law enforcement tool guide is provided as a free resource for the criminal justice community to search, browse, and locate available hardware and software tools for use in digital investigations.