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October 14, 2009
Managing Mobile Forensics: What Every Peace Officer Must Know
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Managing Mobile Forensics: What Every Peace Officer Must Know

According to the FBI, digital evidence is present in nearly every crime scene.   Increasingly, this evidence is found on handheld devices such as cell phones, GPS’, iPods and USB/flash devices —and is leading investigators directly to a suspect’s door—sometimes within hours of a crime taking place.     


On October 14, 2009, the FBI’s Regional Computer Forensics Laboratory (RCFL) Program will present a free mobile forensics webinar from 1:00pm-3:00pm EDT for law enforcement and government officials.  Participants will learn the proper handling of handheld devices at crime scenes, basic data recovery, legal issues and more.



This free event is for law enforcement and government personnel only.


This Webinar is Sponsored by the FBI’s RCFL Program—America’s Premier Digital Forensics Laboratory Network


The FBI's mission is to protect and defend the U.S. against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats, to uphold and enforce the criminal laws of the U.S., and to provide leadership and criminal justice services to federal, state, municipal and international agencies and partners.


The RCFL Program is a national network of FBI sponsored, full-service digital forensics laboratories and training centers.

To learn more about the RCFL Program’s many other training offerings, visit http://www.rcfl.gov/


Sergeant Alan Lee
San Jose Police Department
Computer Forensics Examiner/Silicon Valley RCFL

Sergeant Alan Lee began his interest in computer systems while earning a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from San Jose State University. After graduating he chose a career in law enforcement and in 1993 joined the San Jose Police Department as a Patrol Officer. After several years in Patrol, Alan served the on the department’s Narcotics Enforcement Team and Metro Unit.

In 2000, Alan combined his interest in computers with his interest in apprehending criminals by joining the newly developed High Tech Crime Unit. In 2005, Alan promoted to the rank of Sergeant.

In 2007, Sergeant Alan Lee was assigned to the SVRCFL (Silicon Valley Regional Computer Forensic Lab) as a task force officer. Alan is an FBI/CART certified examiner in Windows/Intel, Apple/Mac Computers, and Cellphones. Alan is also an adjunct instructor at the College of San Mateo, where he teaches classes in computer forensics.

Curtis Thomas
Electronics Engineer

Mr. Thomas joined the FBI in 2004 and is part of the Computer Analysis Response Team. He is a certified Computer Forensics Examiner, and conducts examinations on a variety of electronic devices, including cellular telephones. Mr. Thomas earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Christopher Newport University where he majored in Computer Engineering.

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