Forensic Computer Examiner

Union County College

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Career Training Program
Program Code: GES305
Hours: 80
Fees: $3095.00 USD

About The Instructor

Bill Long is a retired law enforcement supervisor with the Oklahoma Office of the Inspector General. He is a CFCE and is owner and president of William J. Long & Associates LLC, a firm specializing in computer forensic examinations and data recovery. 

John Fretts, in 2004, retired as a Senior Special Agent from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives after 30 years.  In addition to conducting firearms and explosives investigations he specialized in computer forensic investigations.  John currently serves as Director of Investigations for a private firm in New England.

William D. "Bill" Taylor is a retired Computer Investigative Specialist/ Special Agent with the US Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration in Nashville, Tennessee. He holds both Baccalaureate and Master's Degrees in Criminal Justice and a Associates Degree in Forensic Computer Science.  He is also a graduate of the 152nd Session of the FBI National Academy. Bill had over 35 years of investigative law enforcement experience when he retired.

Clifford "Cliff" Ellston retired in 2013 as a Senior Special Agent from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives after 35 years of service.  In addition to conducting firearms and explosives investigations he specialized in computer forensic investigations.  Cliff currently serves as a compliance officer for a local retail corporation.  He also assists local police in their effort to handle and examine electronic media evidence. 

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