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Forensic Sciences, Cyber, Legal, Investigation, Expert etc distance learning courses by correspondence with online support, eLearning with online support, online and self study based.  Our Online and Distance Courses are a simple and cost-effective learning solution, we're here to help you launch or enhance your creative career. Students can participate in courses from virtually anywhere and any time around the world.
An education in Forensic Sciences, Cyber Forensics, Cyber Crime, Cyber Law, Cyber Security, Forensic Psychology, Crime Scene Investigation, Questioned Document and Handwriting etc courses provides the backbone for those who wish to work within the justice department as an Forensic Expert, Scientist, Administrator, Bailiff, Private Investigator, Detective, Forensic Analyst, Forensic Examiner, Teacher, Psychologist, Legal Consultant or in other positions.
We prepares students with competencies in the areas of finding, preserving, developing, collecting, analyzing, recording and presenting physical evidences utilizing modern scientific methods used in the field and laboratory for forensic identification. Students may begin the course and complete assignments at their own convenience.
Upon completion of course content requirements, satisfactory performance on assignments, examinations and evaluation completion, students are awarded a Course Degree / Diploma Certificate of Completion, Mark Sheets and Course Completion Letter. Our self paced study courses are provided in online plus distance format and may be taken at any time, accommodating all schedules.
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INTRODUCTION: Forensic science is a vital instrument for the detection or investigation of crime and the administration of justice, providing crucial information about the evidence found at crime scene; Forensic Experts work both at the crime scene and in the laboratory often must be used in court, it is especially important that the training and education of forensic scientists provide a solid scientific background and a broad base in criminalistics. The validity of those results depends on the knowledge, skills, and experience of the forensic scientists working to obtain them. A forensic scientist must be capable of integrating knowledge and skills in the examination, analysis, interpretation, reporting, and testimonial support of evidence. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the median hourly earnings of forensic science technicians are about $21.79 per hour.
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  • Forensic Sciences: Basics, Ethics, Rules, Laws, Procedures, Cross Examinations, Investigating the Crime Scene (The Crime Scene and the Collection of Evidence); Investigating and Processing Physical Evidence, The Microscope and Forensic identification of Hair and Fibers, Toxicology, Forensic Medicine, DNA and Serology
  • Questioned Documents and Handwriting, Fingerprints, Tool marks and other impressions
  • Firearms, Arsons, Explosives and the Investigation of Bombings (Ballistics)
  • Introduction to Crime, Criminology and Laws; Theories of Criminology; The Criminal Justice System;
  • Criminal Profiling; How To Be Your Own Private Investigator; Crime against woman and child; Drug Addiction and crime; White Collar Crime; Political Crime; Property Crime; Violent Crime; Forensic Psychology, Anthropology, Forensic Engineering, Forensic Entomology, Wildlife Forensics and other important issues.

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INTRODUCTION: Forensic science is a vital instrument for the detection or investigation of crime and the administration of justice, providing crucial information about the evidence found at crime scene, it is especially important that the training and education of forensic scientists provide a solid scientific background and a broad base in criminalistics. The validity of those results depends on the knowledge, skills, and experience of the forensic scientists working to obtain them. A forensic scientist must be capable of integrating knowledge and skills in the examination, analysis, interpretation, reporting, and testimonial support of evidence. A forensic document examiner is intimately linked to the legal system as a forensic scientist. Handwriting identification is based on the principle that, while handwriting within a language tends to be alike to the degree that we can meaningfully read it, there are individual features that distinguish one person's writing from that of another. First and foremost, an degree or equivalent is required as it gives the aspirant a scientific background with which to approach the work in an objective manner, as well as bestowing necessary biological, physical & chemical knowledge sometimes called upon in the work. Second, excellent eyesight is required in order to see fine details that are otherwise inconspicuous. It should be understood that questioned documents is a valid and legitimate field of study as a discipline in forensic examinations and identification. It is not to be confused with "graphologists" or "grapho-analysts" who claim the ability to access personality traits of a person from their handwriting. A person who desires to enter a career of forensic document examination must possess certain traits and abilities. According to various web resources- The Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) predicts that forensic careers will grow 31 percent from 2006 to 2016. The BLS also reported in 2009 that the annual salary for a forensic document examiner ranged from $33,000 to $85,000, with a median salary of about $51,500. The salary varies depending on whether the examiner works for the "public" or "private" sector, according to the American Academy of Forensic Sciences. Forensic document examiners can work for the private sector, or in small practices as consultants, with law firms or for major corporations. Job opportunities are also available in the public sector-- law enforcement and police organizations, government agencies like the FBI, CIA or even the Secret Service. Some examiners are not paid on salary and are rather contracted to do a specific task for a company / client.

Course Contents / Topics: Introduction to Forensic Science, Questioned Document, Signature Analysis, Common individual characteristics associated with handwriting, Important guidelines for the collection of known writings for comparison to a questioned documents, Identify some of the techniques to uncover alterations, erasures, obliterations, and variations in pen inks, Nature and problems of document examination, Classification of documents, Preliminary examination of documents, Basis of handwriting identification, Various types of documents, General characteristics of handwriting, individual characteristic of handwriting, basic tools needed for forensic documents examination and their use, Disguised writing and anonymous letters, Examination of signatures, Determination of age of documents by examination of signatures, Examination of computer print out, identification of dot-matrix, ink-jet and laser printers, electronic typewriter, e- Documents, digital signatures, opinion writing, reasons for opinion and cross examination.

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Course Contents / Topics: Introduction to Forensic Sciences, Fingerprints; History and Development of Fingerprints; Classification of Fingerprints; Henry system of fingerprint classification; Identifying various fingerprint patterns; Identifying individuals from fingerprint patterns.; Lifting finger prints from various objects.; Types of Fingerprints and Class & Individual Characteristics; Different methods of latent fingerprint development; Photography of fingerprints; Fingerprint Chart Preparation, FBI FD 258 Card Fingerprinting, Comparison / Verification of fingerprints, Automatic fingerprint identification system, Finger print expert in court, Expert Opinion Writing etc.

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Course Contents:

  • An Introduction to a Private Investigator
  • Civil and Criminal Laws in India
  • Importance and Role of a Private Investigator, The code of ethics
  • Obtaining a License as a Private Investigator
  • Types of Crimes and Investigations
  • Theft, Fraud, Deception, Assault, Accident, Trespass etc
  • Crime Scene Investigation and Forensic Photography
  • Criminal Profiling, Portrait Parle and Modus Operandi
  • Forensic Science and Criminology Basics
  • Forensic Experts, Scientists and Investigators
  • Introduction to Fingerprint Verification and Handwriting Examination
  • Methods of identification and Sources of information
  • Evidence- Gathering, Preserving and Presenting
  • Background Investigations, Protection and Security
  • Writing Opinions, Preparing a case file or Reporting to client
  • Starting a business & Career as an investigator and Getting Clients


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  • Item Code: FS001

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Course Contents / Topics:
Computer and Cyber Forensic Basics- Introduction to Computers, Computer History, Software, Hardware, Classification, Computer Input-Output Devices, Windows, DOS Prompt Commands, Basic Computer Terminology, Internet, Networking, Computer Storage, Cell Phone / Mobile Forensics, Computer Ethics and Application ProgramsCyber Forensic Basics- Introduction to Cyber Forensics, Storage Fundamentals, File System Concepts, Data Recovery, Operating System Software and Basic Terminology

Data and Evidence Recovery- Introduction to Deleted File Recovery, Formatted Partition Recovery, Data Recovery Tools, Data Recovery Procedures and Ethics, Preserve and safely handle original media, Document a "Chain of Custody", Complete time line analysis of computer files based on file creation, file modification and file access, Recover Internet Usage Data, Recover Swap Files/Temporary Files/Cache Files, Introduction to Encase Forensic Edition, Forensic Tool Kit (FTK) etc, Use computer forensics software tools to cross validate findings in computer evidence-related cases.
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Introduction to IT laws & Cyber Crimes – Internet, Hacking, Cracking, Viruses, Virus Attacks, Pornography, Software Piracy, Intellectual property, Legal System of Information Technology, Social Engineering, Mail Bombs, Bug Exploits, and Cyber Security etc…Cyber Forensics Investigation- Introduction to Cyber Forensic Investigation, Investigation Tools, eDiscovery, Digital Evidence Collection, Evidence Preservation, E-Mail Investigation, E-Mail Tracking, IP Tracking, E-Mail Recovery, Encryption and Decryption methods, Search and Seizure of Computers, Recovering deleted evidences, Password CrackingCyber Security- Introduction to Cyber Security, Implementing Hardware Based Security, Software Based Firewalls, Security Standards, Assessing Threat Levels, Forming an Incident Response Team, Reporting Cyber crime, Operating System Attacks, Application Attacks, Reverse Engineering & Cracking Techniques and Financial Frauds.

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Computer and Cyber Forensic Basics- Introduction to Computers, Computer History, Software, Hardware, Classification, Computer Input-Output Devices, Windows, DOS Prompt Commands, Basic Computer Terminology, Internet, Networking, Computer Storage, Cell Phone / Mobile Forensics, Computer Ethics and Application ProgramsCyber Forensic Basics- Introduction to Cyber Forensics, Storage Fundamentals, File System Concepts, Data Recovery, Operating System Software and Basic Terminology, Data Recovery Procedures and Ethics, Preserve and safely handle original media, Document a "Chain of Custody", Complete time line analysis of computer files based on file creation, file modification and file access, Introduction to Encase Forensic Edition, Forensic Tool Kit (FTK) etc, Use computer forensics software tools to cross validate findings in computer evidence-related cases.

Cyber Crimes and Cyber Laws- Introduction to IT laws & Cyber Crimes – Internet, Hacking, Cracking, Viruses, Virus Attacks, Pornography, Software Piracy, Intellectual property, Legal System of Information Technology, Social Engineering, Mail Bombs, Bug Exploits, and Cyber Security etc…

Cyber Forensics Investigation- Introduction to Cyber Forensic Investigation, Investigation Tools, eDiscovery, Digital Evidence Collection, Evidence Preservation, E-Mail Investigation, E-Mail Tracking, IP Tracking, E-Mail Recovery, Encryption and Decryption methods, Search and Seizure of Computers, Recovering deleted evidences, Password Cracking, Introduction to Cyber Security, etc...

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