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Criminal investigations and electronic evidence workshop
Disclosure, authentication and the tools used - a discussion of the legal issues
7 December 2016, The Rothley Court Hotel, Leicestershire
The Investigator is delighted to host a one-day workshop run by leading barrister and internationally renowned expert on electronic evidence Stephen Mason.
This unique one day event – prepared exclusively for The Investigator - will focus on all the key legislation and best practice arising from electronic evidence in criminal proceedings.
It will include the legal issues relating to the disclosure of electronic evidence; the authentication of electronic evidence and the legal issues that might arise in criminal proceedings when relying on tools to analyse and present digital evidence.
The emphasis will be on providing an up-to-date picture on how judges respond to issues that arise, and those attending are encouraged to share (where possible) their experiences in the interests of encouraging good practice.
The day will be based around two sessions:
Session One: The disclosure of electronic evidence: guidance available; management by the judge; an illustration – indecent images of children; rights/duties of the parties
Session Two: Authentication of electronic evidence: Consideration of the legal issues relating to the tools used to seize and interrogate electronic evidence
About Stephen Mason, BA (Hons) (History and Educational Philosophy), MA, LLM, PGCE (FE)
Stephen is a barrister with nearly 30 years experience who will be able to share with delegates his in-depth knowledge of all the legislation and additional insider knowledge surrounding electronic evidence.
Stephen is also an internationally-recognised expert on electronic evidence. He is a prolific author who has written a number of books on the subject as well as numerous articles. He also edits his own international journal covering electronic evidence issues.
He has toured the world as a trainer, lecturer and conference speaker on electronic evidence; he has also assisted governments in China, the Middle-East, Central America, and businesses in continental Europe and Africa, including the Corporation of London, the Ministry of Justice of the United Arab Emirates and the government of Trinidad and Tobago to name but a few.
Who should attend?
The day is aimed at frontline investigators and digital forensics personnel from police forces, other law enforcement organisation, plus public and private sector staff who want to gain a deeper understanding of the legislation surrounding the collection and analysis of electronic evidence.
Venue: Rothley Court, Rothley, Westfield Lane, Rothley, Leicestershire, LE7 7LG. Accommodation is available at the hotel for a discounted price of £74 B&B, this can be added to your invoice if required.
Details: Registration 10.00am, start time 10.30am, finish 3pm. Refreshments and lunch are included in the price
Cost: £225 per delegate.
Booking: Please send the delegates name(s), email address and purchase order to firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0844 660 8707 for further information.
Payment can be made by debit/credit card.