This position is responsible for completing forensic examinations of digital media and validation testing of computer hardware and software. This position conducts forensic investigations into computer related criminal activity including but not limited to the coordination and directing of forensic activities on computer-related equipment, networks, and information systems. This position is a technical consultant to federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies. This position assists in the development and implementation of computer forensic training programs. This position conducts investigations involving Internet and other technologies specifically incidents involving exploitation of children, and possession/distribution of Child Sexually Abusive Materials (CSAM). This position provides expert courtroom testimony for complaints investigated by the Computer Crimes Unit (CCU) and/or the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force. This position is a member of the ICAC Task Force. This position assists the ICAC Task Force Commander manage Internet Cyber Tips involving the exploitation of children. This position maintains servers and systems attached to the Forensic Local Area Network (FLAN) and the Undercover Local Area Network (UCLAN) of the CCU.
The Michigan State Police (MSP) is a full-service law enforcement agency with statewide jurisdiction, providing over 60 different services either directly to Michigan residents or in support of other law enforcement agencies. The MSP personnel most visible to the public are the uniform troopers whose primary responsibilities include traffic enforcement, crime prevention and investigation, and community engagement and service.