This activity is approved for 2.00 contact hours.
This course has been approved by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy for 2.00 hours. CJA Lesson Plan #5707
Section 1: Introduction Course Description A. Learning Objectives B. Target Audience Section 2: Assessing Cyber-Risk A. Meet Greg B. What Are the Issues? C. Access to and Necessity of Computers and the Internet D. Cyber-Risk E. Tanner’s 14 Factors F. Remember Greg? G. Additional Risk Concerns for Greg H. Ongoing Assessment I. Section Summary Section 3: Computer Management A. Five Components to Computer Management B. Computer Management Tiers C. Computer Searches vs. Computer Monitoring D. Risk Grid for Computer Management E. Apply What You Learned F. Section Summary Section 4: Recommendations, Sentencing, and Supervision A. Recommendations, Sentencing, and Supervision B. Application Exercise: Identifying Components of Computer Management Section 5: Supervision Assignment A. Officer Safety B. Let’s Practice 1 C. Let’s Practice 1 Answer D. Let’s Practice 2 E. Let’s Practice 2 Answer F. Let’s Practice 3 G. Let’s Practice 3 Answer H. Let’s Practice 4 I. Let’s Practice 4 Answer Section 6: Supervision Adjustment A. 90 Days B. 7 Months C. What Should Carmen Do? D. Think about the following questions: E. Should Greg's entire residence and his spouse's computer be searched? F. How should Carmen address Greg's noncompliance? Section 7: Conclusion A. Summary
Art Bowker, MA, has over 28 years’ experience in law enforcement/corrections and is recognized as an expert in managing cyber-risk in offender populations. He is the author of The Cybercrime Handbook for Community Corrections: Managing Offender Risk in the 21st Century (Charles C. Thomas Publisher, LTC, March 20, 2012). Additionally, co-authored with Todd Shipley, Investigating Internet Crimes, 1st Edition: An Introduction to Solving Crimes in Cyberspace (Elsevier/Syngress, Pending) He has also had numerous articles published in professional publications, such as the FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin. In 2013, Mr. Bowker received the American Probation and Parole Association (APPA) Sam Houston State University Award for his writing contributions to promote awareness of cybercrime and tools for helping the community corrections field combat computer crime. He is an APPA member and serves on its Technology Committee. Mr. Bowker is also a lifetime High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) member and served in various positions on its Executive Committee, including International President in 2008. Disclosure: Art Bowker, MA has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.