29th Annual Crimes Against Children Conference

8Y - Be Smart – Mobilyze: Gathering Data Quickly and Efficiently in Cases with Reluctant or Scared Victims or Witnesses (Exhibitor Workshop by BlackBag Technologies)

Tuesday, August 8
1:45 PM - 3:00 PM
Location: City View 8

Gathering data quickly and efficiently in cases with reluctant or scared witnesses is critical to successful prosecutions. Empowering investigators as well as training high tech officers is essential as the number of mobile devices increases annually. In this case study based presentation, we will offer an innovative, reliable, powerful, and forensically sound workflow for investigators and other professionals who encounter suspects or victims. We will demonstrate how to gather data quickly, and without the need for specialized equipment, allowing investigators and child protection specialists to gain vital intelligence, safeguard witnesses and victims, and gather forensically sound evidence to act upon. All of this undertaken in the field, without the need for in-depth training, specialist investigators or relying upon over stretched colleagues in the high-tech unit.

This is an exhibitor workshop sponsored by BlackBag Technology.

This session will qualify you to earn an entry into a drawing for an Apple watch. Drawing to be held Wednesday evening at 7:45 pm at the social event in the Lone Star ballroom. You must be present to win.

Target Audience: LE, Pros, Probation, Parole, VA, FI, CPS, CAC

Ben Charnota

Co-Founder, Chief Executive Officer
BlackBag

Ben Charnota is a BlackBag co-founder and current Chief Executive Officer. He has served as a leading public and private-sector forensic examiner and investigator for over 15 years, and his casework, training, expert witness, and software development experience helped shape a unique strategic vision and creative product development plan. His sound instincts, strength of conviction, and respectful leadership has been instrumental in establishing BlackBag’s standing as a highly-regarded member of the digital forensics and eDiscovery community.

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Justin Matasuhara

BlackBag

Justin Matsuhara retired from Gilroy Police Department in 2015. During his tenure with GPD, he was an acting sergeant, supervisor for MAIT, gang/narcotics investigator, and instructor for various specialties. At the time of retirement, he was assigned to the Investigations Bureau as a Detective Corporal. His duties included homicides, missing persons, frauds, and other crimes against persons. Justin established the police department's computer forensics lab after completing the California Department of Justice computer forensics training series. He received Robert Presley ICI specialty certificates for homicide and computer crimes investigations. Justin is also a retired Navy special warfare combatant-craft crewmen (SWCC) and was qualified as a boat captain.

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