The Development and Evaluation of a Computer Crime Investigative Distance-learning Program for the National Cybercrime Training Partnership
Lulu.com, 2005 - 172 pages
The purpose of this project was to develop and evaluate a computer crime investigative distance-learning program for the National Cybercrime Training Partnership. It had been alleged that the current training system did not meet the specific needs of individual law enforcement agencies resulting in a lack of computer crime investigators. A computer crime investigative distance-learning prototype and evaluative instrument were developed to answer each of the five research questions. Conclusions and recommendations were also included in the study.
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analysis Carter & Katz Clark & Diliberto computer crime investigative computer crime laws computer forensics computer security computer technology crime investigative curriculums crime investigative distance-learning crime investigative training criminal justice curriculum content Cybercrime Training Partnership DCITP Intranet DCITP prototype DCITP website Department of Justice Digital Crime Investigative distance-learning model DMCA Dmitry Sklyarov effective electronic evaluative criteria evaluative instrument expertise FLETC formative committee members Formative Feedback Form identify individually and discussed information technology Internet investigative agencies investigative distance-learning program investigative subject outline Investigative Training Program Justice Department Kovacich & Boni law enforcement agencies Likert scale literature review methodologies National Cybercrime Training NCTP Nova Southeastern University number of computer objective criteria Parker Partner Agencies pilot-test police private sector research questions responses were recorded Richard Gissel Scores Percentages security system server skills study participants summative committee Summative Feedback Form three formative committees Total Learners WD formative committee web-based instruction