301 North Market Street
Dallas, Texas 75202
Office: (972) 559-5800
Fax: (972) 559-5881
As part of our mission, the NTRCFL regularly trains our law enforcement colleagues throughout our service area and the state of Texas in various digital forensics tools & techniques — all free of charge — in our modern classroom.
Below is a description of our current course offerings:
Image Scan – This software tool was created by members of the FBI's Computer Analysis Response Team specifically for "knock & talk" situations relating to child exploitation investigations. Once deployed, the software quickly identifies and isolates images on a suspect's computer and stores them on a USB device – without altering any files on the computer. ImageScan consists of a CD and a USB device. Click here to read our FAQs about ImageScan.
Click here to read the ImageScan brochure.
Questions? Send an email to email@example.com.
Case Agent Investigative Review – This 1-day course is for RCFL clients and is designed for investigators of Digital Evidence. The concepts of digital evidence forensics are discussed along with hands-on training with Access Data's Forensic Tool Kit (FTK). Investigators will learn software and hardware methods to allow for the expedient and thorough review of examination output and report building. The course is 50% FTK training and 50% practical exercises.
Prerequisite: By invitation only.
In The News
5/1/2012: NEW! Case Acceptance Guidelines — As of May 1, 2012, the NTRCFL has issued a new set of Case Acceptance Guidelines. Click here to read more.
04/13/2011: North Texas RCFL Supported Successful Child Pornography Prosecution — Dallas resident Timothy Honnoll, 39, plead guilty in federal court to receiving child pornography, and will serve eight years in prison along with a lifetime of supervised release. The North Texas RCFL provided digital forensics support to the investigation which was brought as part of Project Safe Childhood. According to a press release issued by the FBI's Dallas Division, 600 images and 180 videos of child pornography were found on Honnoll's computer and related storage media.
There are no upcoming classes at this time.