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The Most Comprehensive and Real Life Criminal Investigation Program in Existence, Bar None..
Certified Professional Criminal Investigator (CPCI)

The Certified Professional Criminal Investigator (CPCI) program which is the industry's premier board certification focused on criminal investigations. The responsibilities of today's law enforcement and investigators within all industries are complex and challenging.

The CPCI equips criminal investigators around the world with the most advanced knowledge and skill sets required to be successful in their role. In today's changing climate, criminal investigators are faced with a multitude of situations. Beyond traditional investigation methodologies, criminal investigators around the world must now be experts in cyber investigations, corruption, terrorism, fraud, human behavior, interview and interrogation and more, to ensure the investigator is fully-equipped with the skill sets needed to meet the rigorous demands of the environments in which they will be working.

The CPCI is designed to meet these training needs as identified through systematic program monitoring in the form of validation studies and continuous research, which includes feedback from Partner Organizations and our World-Class Advisory Board.

This incredible program is one year in length, with one module released each week over the 51 weeks. The CPCI is the most comprehensive criminal investigative training program the industry has to offer bar none. The entire program is online, self-study, video-based lectures, tutorials, laboratories, practical exercises and written exams which are used to ensure that each trainee acquires the critical knowledge, skills, and abilities required of a successful criminal investigator.

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      Course Benefits:

      • 1 Year Online CPCI Training Program (Weekly Modules) (Value $3500)
      • CPCI Board Certification Credential, Custom Padded Diploma Cover Keepsake, & Transcripts (Value $300)
      • CPCI Digital Study Manual (Value $299)
      • CPCI Prep Review Quizzes (Value $450)
      • CPCI Board Exam (Value $350)
      • 100% Exam Pass GUARANTEE: Pass the exam the first try, or we'll pay for you to take it again! (Value $350)
      • 100 CPE Credits (Value $1500)
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      Eligibility requirements:

      • Bachelor’s degree or higher plus two years of experience in law enforcement or investigative work
      • Associates degree plus three years of experience as stated above. OR
      • High school diploma or GED plus four years of experience as stated above.

      Also, a person convicted of a felony, any crime of moral turpitude or misdemeanor relating to honesty, theft, embezzlement, fraud or the like shall be ineligible to become a CPCI™. Applicant must successfully pass the prescribed background check, which may include a criminal background check and examination process. Falsification or omission of information on the application form will be reason enough to disqualify an applicant from becoming or remaining a CPCI.

       

      Course Curriculum:

      Welcome to the CPCI Board Certification

      • A Message from our Founder
      • The CPCI Experience
      • Program Expectations
      • Instructor Introductions
      • Student Introductions
      • Course Resources and Downloads

      Professional Standards

      • Professional Standards (Reading Assignment)
      • Professional Standards for CPCI
      • Prep Review Quiz: Professional Standards

      Ethical Standards

      • Ethical Standards (Reading Assignment)
      • Discussion Assignment 1: Moral Ethics
      • Discussion 2: Professional Ethics

      Intro to Criminal Investigations

      • Intro to Criminal Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Introduction to Criminal Investigations
      • Qualities of a Good Investigator
      • Goals of Criminal Investigations
      • A Realistic View of Investigative Activities
      • Case Preparation Overview
      • Prep Review Quiz: Intro to Criminal Investigations
      • In conclusion

      Case Management

      • Case Management (Reading Assignment)
      • Planning & Documentation (Standards)
      • Initial Notification (Standards)
      • Reviewing reports and witness statements (Standards)
      • Solvability Factors (Standards)Presentation for Prosecution (Standards)
      • Clearance Codes (Standards)
      • Maintaining Cases for Future Retrieval (Standards)
      • How to Prioritize Your Case Load (Real World)
      • Crime Scene Note Taking (Real World)
      • Keeping your Cases Updated (Real World)
      • Follow Up Essentials (Real World)
      • CrimeScene Documentation Insights (Real World)
      • The Media Effect on Case Load (Real World)
      • Managing HighProfile Cases (Real World)
      • Working with the Prosecutor (Real World)
      • The Importance of Partnerships (Real World)
      • Common Mistakes to Avoid (Real World)
      • Career Killers (Real World)
      • The Importance of Respect While Documenting a CASE (Real World)
      • Prep Review Quiz: Case Management

      Documenting Investigations

      • Documenting Investigations Expectations
      • Documenting Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Field Notes 101
      • Entry and Exit Log
      • Crime Scene Sketch
      • Tools of the Trade
      • Different Types of Views
      • Ways to Measure the Crime Scene
      • The Need for Effective Criminal Investigative Reports
      • Types of Reports

      Property Crime Investigations

      • Property Crime Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Introduction to Property Crimes
      • Burglary vs. Theft
      • Daytime vs. Nighttime Burglars
      • Additional Investigative Methodologies
      • Responding to a Burglary in Progress
      • Burglary Tools Explored
      • Motor Vehicle Thefts
      • How to Determine if the Motor Vehicle is Stolen
      • Abandoned Stolen Vehicles
      • Vehicle Fires
      • ATM Fraud Techniques

      Crimes Against Persons Investigations

      • Crimes Against Persons Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Follow-up robbery investigation and the Team approach
      • Missing Persons and Abductions
      • Why women do not report a rape to the police.
      • Motivation for false rape allegations
      • Types of physical evidence collected in rape and sexual assault cases
      • Importance of condom trace evidence
      • Investigator's responsibilities when responding to the scene of a suspected homicide
      • Typical stages of the autopsy
      • Introduction to Wounds and their Evidentiary value
      • Gunshot wounds
      • Bullet Characteristics
      • Incised wounds
      • Laceration wounds
      • Stab wounds
      • Defense wounds
      • Identify the characteristics of strangulation wounds
      • Identify the use and effects of Rohypnol, GHB, and Ketamine

      Cyber Crime Investigations

      • Types of Cyber Crime (Reading Assignment)
      • Cyber Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Cyber Forensics (Reading Assignment)
      • Open source Intel (Reading Assignment)
      • Search Engines
      • A world of sock puppets
      • Social Media as a Tool (Reading Assignment)
      • Facebook
      • Instagram
      • Documenting Social Media Evidence (Reading Assignment)
      • Digital Evidence (Reading Assignment)
      • Advanced Searching (Reading Assignment)
      • Google Advanced Operators
      • Email Header Info
      • Meta Data
      • Investigating Email Crimes: The who, what, when...
      • eCommerce Lab
      • Mobile Forensics
      • Username workflow
      • Domain names
      • Twitter
      • Hootsuite and Sprout Social
      • Federal Laws to prosecute Cybercrimes
      • The Ultimate Guide
      • Research Assignment - Stolen goods
      • Research Assignment - Gang Activity

      Sex Crime Investigations

      • Sex Crime Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Consent
      • Sex Crimes involving children
      • The Polygraph
      • The Pretext Call
      • The Victim Interview
      • FBI Agent Discussing Child Porn Investigations

      Human Trafficking Investigations

      • Defining Human Trafficking
      • The Three Elements of Human Trafficking
      • Various Forms of Exploitation
      • Foreign & Domestic Trafficking
      • Case Example 1
      • Distinction Between Trafficking and Smuggling
      • Case Example 2
      • Case Example 3
      • Case Example 4
      • Summary
      • Dynamics of HT Victims (Reading Assignment)
      • The Dynamics of Human Trafficking
      • Trauma on Victims
      • The Connection Between Sex Trafficking and the Porn Industry
      • Myths and Misconceptions
      • Porn Links to Sex Trafficking (Briefing Capitol Hill)
      • Introduction to Control Mechanisms
      • Control Indicators
      • Threats of Safety
      • Living Conditions Indicators
      • Medical Indicators
      • Physical Indicators
      • Other Indicators
      • Human Trafficking Investigations (Forms of HT)
      • Legal Assistance and Visa Provisions under Federal Law
      • Collaboration Efforts with Law Enforcement
      • Victim Support Video for Law Enforcement Part 1 Homeland Security
      • Human Trafficking Victim Support Video for Law Enforcement Part 2
      • Federal Laws of Human Trafficking (Reading Assignment)
      • Prep Review Quiz: Human Trafficking Investigations
      • Course Resources

      Workplace Violence Investigations

      • How to Conduct WPV Investigations
      • Investigating Workplace Violence (Reading Assignment)
      • Emergency Actions intro
      • Crisis Communication Plan (Reading Assignment)
      • Prep Review Quiz: Workplace Violence Investigations

      Active Shooter Investigations

      • Active Shooter Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Digital Forensic Investigations

      • Digital Forensic Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Gang Investigations

      • Gang Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Organized Retail Crime Investigations

      • Organized Retail Crime Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Fraud Investigations

      • Fraud Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Financial Crime Investigations

      • Financial Crime Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation
      • Financial Crime Investigations (Reading Assignment)

      Terrorism Investigations

      • Terrorism Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Homicide Investigations

      • Homicide Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigations
      • Crime scene reconstruction and the three major types of reconstruction.
      • The major kinds of pattern evidence often found in crime scene reconstruction.
      • Information used by investigators to distinguish between homicide and suicide
      • Familiar with the methods and evidence involved in suicides
      • Characteristics of various poisons and their associated manifestations
      • Facts that need to be determined in the investigation of fire deaths
      • Seven major components which indicate a serial murderer is operating in a jurisdiction
      • The ways in which a cold case murder investigation may be started

      Death Investigations

      • Death Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Domestic Violence Investigations

      • Domestic Violence Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Narcotic Investigations

      • Narcotic Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Introduction to Narcotic Investigations
      • The purposes and planning for physical surveillance.

      Elderly Investigations

      • Elderly Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Identity Crime Investigations

      • Identity Crime Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Forensic Investigations

      • Forensic Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Corruption Investigations

      • Corruption Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Smuggling Investigations

      • Smuggling Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Investigation Packs
      • Scene Investigation
      • Forensic Investigation at the Scene
      • Post-Scene Investigation

      Follow Up Investigation

      • Follow Up Investigation (Reading Assignment)
      • The intelligence/analytical cycle
      • Follow Up Investigation Methodologies
      • Summary of the Investigative Process
      • The follow-up Investigative Process
      • How databases are used in the follow-up.
      • The role of intelligence units and types of intelligence.
      • The intelligence/analytical cycle.
      • Crime analysis and its techniques.
      • Time-event charting, link analysis, and telephone record analysis.
      • Criminal and geographic profiling.
      • The use of the Internet in follow-up investigations.

      The Role of the Victim in Criminal Investigations

      • The Role of the Victim in Criminal Investigations (Reading Assignment)
      • Victim Participation in Law Enforcement Investigations

      Utilizing Informants

      • Utilizing Informants (Reading Assignment)
      • Purpose of Confidential Informants
      • Registering a Confidential Informant
      • Responsibilities Regarding Registered Confidential Informants
      • Special Notification Requirements
      • Deactivation of Confidential Informants
      • The handling of relationships with informants.

      Interview and Interrogation

      • Interview and Interrogation (Reading Assignment)
      • Introduction to Interviewing and Interrogation
      • Qualities of Good Interviewers
      • Interview Preparation
      • Conducting Interviews
      • Questioning Techniques
      • Body Language
      • Micro expressions
      • Telephone Interviews
      • Deception Detection
      • The use of the polygraph and computer voice stress analyzer.
      • Financial difficulty indicators and other motives.

      Criminal Profiling

      • Criminal Profiling (Reading Assignment)
      • Introduction to Criminal Profiling
      • The FBI Method of Profiling
      • Typological offender profiling
      • Geographic offender profiling

      Courtroom Testimony

      • Courtroom Testimony (Reading Assignment)
      • Introduction to Court Room Testimony
      • Stages of Criminal Trial
      • Effective Witness Characteristics
      • Essential Testimony Skills
      • Using Statements and Reports when Testifying
      • Impeachment during Cross-Examination
      • Subjects Not to be Volunteered When Testifying
      • Distinguish the Frye test from the Daubert test, regarding the admissibility of scientific evidence.

      Rules of Evidence

      • Rules of Evidence (Reading Assignment)
      • Evidence Collection Procedures
      • Testimony by Expert Witnesses
      • Offering Exhibits
      • Specific Rules of Evidence and Thier Misuse
      • Prejudicial Effect on Evidence
      • Scientific Evidence
      • Character Evidence
      • Prior Statements of Witnesses
      • Hearsay
      • Attacking and Supporting the Credibility of a Declarant
      • Evidence of Character and Conduct of Witness.
      • Preservation of Error
      • Motion in Limine
      • Electronic Evidence
      • Searching and Seizing Computers and other Electronic Devices
      • Define and distinguish between forensic science and criminalistics.

      Criminal Laws

      • Criminal Laws (Reading Assignment)
      • Introduction to Criminal Laws in the United States
      • Statutes - Federal and State Criminal Law Statutes
      • Assault
      • Bribery
      • Federal & State Firearm Offenses
      • Federal and State Drug Charges
      • Computer Crimes
      • The Entrapment Defense
      • False Statements
      • Theft, Embezzlement & Conversion
      • Federal Fraud Statutes

      Working with the Prosecutor

      • Police and Prosecutor Partnerships
      • Working with the Prosecutor (Reading Assignment)

      Collaboration & Partnerships

      • Collaboration & Partnerships (Reading Assignment)
      • Law Enforcement and Public Partnerships
      • Interagency Partnerships
      • Networking and Collaboration

      Dealing with the Media and Public Relations

      • Dealing with the Media and Public Relations (Reading Assignment)
      • The Police Communication Imperative
      • Where and How People Get Information
      • Developing Strategic Communication Plans
      • Communication Tools
      • Crisis Communication: Planning and Execution

      Crime Scene 101: Introduction

      • Crime Scene 101: Introduction (Reading Assignment)
      • Latent Prints
      • Microanalysis
      • Firearms & Ballistics
      • Documenting and Sketching Crime Scenes
      • Crime Scene Photography
      • Identification and Individualization of Physical Evidence
      • Collection and Preservation of Physical Evidence
      • Important Considerations in Crime Scene Investigations
      • Guidelines for Forensic Laboratory Management Practices
      • The importance of an investigator's understanding of crime laboratory capabilities.
      • The three measures of effectiveness of crime laboratories.
      • The process of fingerprint identification and comparison.
      • AFIS, IAFIS, and NIBIN Explored.

      Crime Scene 101: First Officer at the Scene

      • First on Scene
      • How to Enter the Scene
      • Protecting the Scenes Integrity
      • Suspect on Scene
      • Actions to take While Waiting for Investigative Personnel to Arrive
      • Protecting the Scene
      • Crime Scene 101: First Officer at the Scene (Reading Assignment)

      Crime Scene 101: The Crime Scene Investigation

      • Crime Scene 101: The Crime Scene Investigation (Reading Assignment)
      • Examining the Scene

      Crime Scene 101: Specialized Personnel

      • Crime Scene 101: Specialized Personnel (Reading Assignment)
      • Hazards at Crime Scenes
      • Signs of Possible Biological Terrorist Threat
      • Signs of Possible Chemical Terrorist Threat
      • Health and Safety for Crime Scene Personnel

      Crime Scene 101: Processing the Crime Scene

      • Crime Scene 101: Processing the Crime Scene (Reading Assignment)
      • Having a Plan
      • Taking Notes
      • Searching the Scene
      • Photographing the Scene
      • Sketching the Scene
      • Collecting Evidence

      Crime Scene 101: Establishing the Identity

      • Fingerprint and Palm Print Evidence
      • Where to Look for Print Evidence
      • Handwriting Comparison
      • Identifying Human Remains
      • Crime Scene 101: Establishing the Identity (Reading Assignment)
      • The use of live and photo lineups.
      • The use of facial recognition software.

      Crime Scene 101: Trace Evidence

      • Origin of Trace Evidence
      • Gathering and Preserving Trace Evidence
      • Examples of Trace Evidence
      • Objects Left at the Scene
      • Crime Scene 101: Trace Evidence

      Crime Scene 101: Blood and Biological Evidence

      • Standard Precautions
      • Recognition of Blood Stain Patterns
      • Searching for Bloodstains
      • Describing and Recording Bloodstains
      • Bloodstain Removal
      • Bloodstained Objects
      • Blood Typing
      • Collection of Known Specimens
      • Forensic DNA Typing
      • RFLP-Based Technology
      • PCR-Based Technology
      • Mitochondrial DNA
      • Crime Scene 101: Blood and Biological Evidence (Reading Assignment)
      • The role and importance of DNA analysis in criminal investigation
      • identify the latest technologies in DNA evidence investigation
      • data banking.

      Crime Scene 101: Impression Evidence

      • Footprints
      • Marks on Clothes and Body
      • Casting Materials used in Collecting Bite Marks
      • Tool Marks
      • Typed Documents
      • Crime Scene 101: Impression Evidence (Reading Assignment)

      Crime Scene 101: Firearm Examination

      • Characteristics of Firearms
      • Ammunition
      • Firearm Evidence
      • Collecting Firearms Evidence
      • Analyzing Gunshot Residue
      • Handling of Firearms
      • Cartridge Cases
      • Bullets
      • National Integrated Ballistic Information Network (NIBIN)
      • Crime Scene 101: Firearm Examination

      Crime Scene 101: Arson and Explosives

      • Physical Evidence
      • Explosives
      • Bomb Scene Investigation
      • Crime Scene 101: Arson and Explosives

      Crime Scene 101: Illicit Drugs and Toxicology

      • Psychoactive Drugs
      • Searching the Crime Scene
      • Clandestine Drug Laboratories
      • Crime Scene 101: Illicit Drugs and Toxicology (Reading Assignment)

      Final Exam

      • Final Exam Prep
      • Exam Application
      • Final Exam

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