Training - Centre of Excellence England

Cybercrime Forensics TrainingTraining will fcous on training workshops and master-classes/presentations. The purpose is to determine the most appropriate training stategy for a variety of target audiences and different subjects.


Activity 8: Cybercrime Forensics Training

The opportunity to engage in training workshops is important to this project bid and represents a major aspect of the projects work. The primary recipiants are law enforcement as primary customers;  as is reflected in the nature and form of these activities.  A smaller number of regional group training events will be open to law enforcement, commercial, academic participants depending upon their focus - but the main customers are expected to be law enforcement practitioners.

  • NPIA (National Policing Improvement Agency) is the main focus for law enforcement workshops which make available training opportunities as a national centre.   These events would be open to potential participants from any  of the EU.state
  • Canterbury Christ Church University will offer 2 places for MSc Cybercrime Forensics (closed course for police and  1 places for first 16 months of PhD Part-time Study for Police officers who have graduated from MSc Cybercrime Forensics.
  • Liverpool John Moores University will host a workshop for law enforcement practitioners preparing for entry into MSc programmes in Cybercrime Forensics and PhD programmes
  • University of Bedfordshire will host 6 workshops on cybercrime forensics topics with funded places for 60 delegates from law-enforecement, industry and academia.      

Activity 11: Cybercrime Master-Classes/Presentations

This activity is required to capture as a resource a wealth of expertise in the form of presentations and master-classes in speacialist areas of the Cybercrime Forensics discipline. The deliverables produced become an important resoure for training and education courses as a component of the ECENTRE Repository.

  • Canterbury Christ Church University: 2 presentations
  • Kings College London: 4 presentations
  • Anglia Ruskin University: 9 presentations
  • University of Plymouth: 4 presentations
  • Liverpool John Moores University: 8 presentations
  • Coventry University: 2 presentations