The purpose of the course is to provide fundamental industry knowledge of technologies including Bitcoin, Blockchains, and Cryptocurrencies, how transactions work, mining, business models, regulations and best practices for agencies to follow. These concepts will be paired with relevant tools, resources and processes to follow for accomplishing respective job duties. This includes tracking a transaction, writing a SAR (Suspicious Activity Report) and the information necessary for police reports regarding theft or fraud.
This training is eligible for 6 continuing education credits and/or CFCS credits from the Associate of Certified Financial Crimes Specialists.
This training is eligible for 8 POST-certified hours for members of California law enforcement.
Date And Time
Thur, 21 February 2019
9:00 AM – 5:00 PM PST