Date And Time

February 28, 2024 | 1:00 - 2:10 PM CT

Location

Online via GoToWebinar

Description

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work on a 24-month wiretap?  Join Investigative Analyst Paul Swartz as he takes you through OCDETF case “Operation Spinning Wheels;” the ups and downs and challenges for agents, analysts, tech agents, and prosecutors which occurred during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This presentation will demonstrate how PenLink helped in the historical analysis of Cellebrite downloads and CDRs with cell-site and then the prospective collection and monitoring of 50 pen registers with cell-site, 71 GPS and 22 T-III wiretaps.

This webinar will cover:

  • An overview of the legal requirements for conducting electronic surveillance such as pen registers, cell-site, GPS, and T-III wiretapping of telephones and oral bugs and CCTV.
  • How to use PLX to conduct court-authorized electronic surveillance such as pen registers, cell-site, GPS, and T-III wiretapping of telephones.
  • The benefits and advantages as well as the pitfalls and limitations of conducting electronic surveillance over a long period of time.

Register now to save your spot! If you cannot attend the webinar but would like to view the on demand recording, please register and we will send you the recording after the webinar concludes.

 

This webinar is available to law enforcement and government personnel only. You must register with your agency email address to be approved.

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Paul Swartz

Paul Swartz retired from the Newport News Police Department (NNPD) after nearly 26 years of service. Mr. Swartz’s last assignment was Commander of the Intelligence Division. Since his retirement from the NNPD in 2008, Mr. Swartz has worked as an Investigative Analyst on a contract basis with the U.S. Attorney’s Office in the Eastern District of Virginia and serves as a subject-matter expert in the legal, analytical, operational, and technical aspects of conducting telephone investigations and electronic surveillance.