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  1. OFFICE OF THE ATTORNEY GENERALCyber Crime Center Special Investigator Keith Leavitt office 601-359-4113 fax 601-359-4254 e-mail bleav@ago.state.ms.us

  2. Search and Seizure Electronic Evidence • Investigation and Pre-Search • Controlling the Situation • What to Look For? • What Not to Do? • What to Do? • Final Check

  3. Investigation and Pre-Search • Verify information received from subpoenas. • Check the location • Find out who is home and when they are home • Get phone numbers of residents in case you need to contact them during the search

  4. Investigation and Pre-Search • Who is in charge? • Assignments • Back-up • Neighbors • Press • Wear clothing you can crawl around on the floor with. • Bio-hazard safeguards

  5. Controlling the Situation • Once entry is gained, move everyone to a central location away from computers • Locate weapons • Find Internet connections, photograph and disable • Locate suspect and isolate for interview

  6. Controlling the Situation • Person(s) responsible for security • Person(s) responsible for interview • Person(s) responsible for search • Person(s) responsible for documentation and search warrant materials

  7. What to Look For? • Computer Systems (of course) • Cell Phones PDA’s • Removable Media • Documentation of Internet Access • Other Documentation • Forfeiture Concerns

  8. Computer Systems • Desktops • Laptops • Towers • Servers • Xbox 360 • Other Gaming Consoles (Removable Media)

  9. Gaming Systems

  10. Rouge Devices

  11. Cellular Devices • Blackberry • Smart Phones • Cellular Phones • Hybrids • Make sure you get ALL CABLES and CRADLES • We have had cases where the suspect only checked his email on his Blackberry. The computer did not contain any evidence, but the Blackberry did!! • Follow Seizure Protocols (Another class)

  12. STORAGE DEVICES HARD DRIVES NANO HARD DISK DRIVES

  13. USB THUMB DRIVES

  14. REMOVABLE MEDIA

  15. UNIQUE USB DEVICES

  16. Different Types Of Computer Disks

  17. What Not To Do? • Boot computers and look around. • View unprotected devices on scene. • Allow cell phones and PDA’s to power down or go to sleep mode. • Allow cell phones and PDA’s to send or receive signals. • Fail to disconnect Internet connections to residence.

  18. What to Do? • Photograph everything good. • Make sure you get everything. Remember to search the suspect and search vehicles and out buildings. • Label all media separately and complete the return.

  19. Final Check • Make sure you did not miss anything. Some media is very small and easily concealed. • Collect any equipment you brought to the scene • Leave a receipt or copy of the return • Get names of all officers on the scene • Get names of all residents.

  20. Special Investigator Keith Leavitt office 601-359-4113 fax 601-359-4254 e-mail bleav@ago.state.ms.us