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Tue, Nov 07


Jefferson County Sheriff Training Center

FLETC - Basic Incident Response to Digital Evidence (BIRDE) -FREE

BIRDE gives Officers the tools and training necessary to handle digital evidence. We cover how to properly seize computers and mobile devices. How to preview computers/mobile devices in the field. How to "dump" a mobile device or snapshot a victim/witness device without seizing it.

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FLETC - Basic Incident Response to Digital Evidence (BIRDE) -FREE
FLETC - Basic Incident Response to Digital Evidence (BIRDE) -FREE

Time & Location

Nov 07, 2023, 7:30 AM – Nov 09, 2023, 5:00 PM

Jefferson County Sheriff Training Center, 3500 Happy Hollow Ln, Fultondale, AL 35068, USA

About the Event

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FREE Course

Jefferson County Deputies must get prior approval from their supervisor before registering for this course.


1. You are a United States citizen. 2. You are employed as a sworn law enforcement officer/agent with arrest authority in the prevention, detection, apprehension, detention, and/or investigation of felony and/or misdemeanor violations of federal, state, local, tribal or military criminal laws; a military member who has law enforcement responsibilities, or in preparation for deployment; Direct Law Enforcement Support Personnel (DLESP) who do not necessarily have authority to arrest, carry a firearm, or conduct searches with/without a warrant. 3.  A functional knowledge of computers is recommended.  4. You are authorized to attend training in support of your official duties, and you will be in an official duty status and not on any type of leave. 5. You are attending training with the knowledge and support of your employer. 6. You acknowledge you have read all program prerequisites and meet all requirements.


Attire: Business casual, closed-toe shoes.

Equipment/Items to bring: None

DescriptionThe Basic Incident Response to Digital Evidence (BIRDE) provides training necessary to any criminal investigator who may be a first responder in a situation in which computer-based evidence is or may be recovered. While not being overwhelmingly technical in delivery, this program provides a sufficient overview of technology in order to adequately prepare the criminal investigator for taking proper steps necessary to identify, collect, acquire, and preserve digital evidence during the conduct of an investigation.

POC: Director Tommie Black 205-849-5246 or

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