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Your assignment is to write a 3-4 page paper explaining how you would conduct the
investigative preview, and what you would hope to gather from the preview. Include a
brief summary from the case. Your paper needs to explain the preview process in some
detail and shouldn’t be a reiteration of the case. You’re preview should answer who,
what, when, where, why, and how. The last one, “how” is vitally important and should
explain your recommended procedures in detail. Your report should also outline what
you would do if evidence was found that supported the allegations against the suspect.
You also need to discuss what to do if no evidence is found that supports the allegation.
Provide your answers in a Word document and title it with your name, course, and Case
Study 3. Remember that your written work must follow APA or MLA formatting for the
paper, citations, and any references. Make sure you are fully answering the questions
using proper grammar, punctuation, and spelling.
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Welcome back! In our last case study together, I’ll guide you through the practice of previewing
computer media on site. My supervisor has given me a case about a potential child pornography
offender who works as a teacher. Your job is to assist me. Let’s get started.
My role today is as a Senior Forensic Analyst and an investigator. Sometimes I must go on site to
preview data on computers owned or used by potential suspects. Many times we get a tip that we
must check out, and it’s more practical to go on site and preview data as a preliminary step. Today,
we’ll learn about what you need to do in order to search computers on site without altering possible
evidence. Here’s a bit of background on the case we’ll be examining today.
Zane Wilkens teaches history at Fuller Middle School. There are rumors floating about that Zane has
been molesting students and taking illicit pictures of them. It is alleged that he views these images
on his office computer. After hearing about this case, as an investigator, do you agree to look into
this matter? A child could be in danger you should agree to look into the matter.
Now that you’ve agreed to look into the matter. I’m suggesting we conduct an on-site preview. An
on-site preview occurs when law enforcement investigators view information on a computer on-site
without actually removing the device from the premises. With software and other materials, the
investigator is able to look at the data stored on a computer without altering any potential evidence.
Do we need formal written consent from the school district to conduct an on-site preview on Zane’s
work computer? You must obtain written consent before conducting the on site preview. Remember
verbal consent is not good enough. Click here to view a sample consent form.
since the middle school principle and district superintendent have given us written consent to
conduct a preview of Zane’s work computer, we’ll need to gather some supplies. It’s important to
find out if there is a basis for the rumors before we can charge Zane with anything. I’ve compiled a
checklist of the items we’ll need. Take a look!
When we go on-site to preview Zane’s computer, we need to be sure to use the correct procedure,
so we don’t alter evidence. Using a forensic boot CD or a write block, laptop and forensic software
trio, we can access the computer’s hard drive without altering it. While on site, what other evidence
could help sustain or disprove the allegations? Some pieces of evidence include: camera, e-mail on
network server; and items found in his work area such as USB drives, notes, photos, and documents.
Later, I’ll be asking you to write a report that outlines what you would do if we found evidence that
supported the allegations against Zane. I will also ask you to discuss what to do if no evidence is
found. Please keep this in mind.
So, what are some of the advantages of conducting an on-site preview versus seizing computer
media? Select all that apply.
If after conducting the on-site preview you find evidence that supports the allegations, it’s preferable
to obtain a search warrant before leaving the site.
When Zane was hired he signed an acceptable use policy. By signing this document Zane
relinquished all rights to privacy on the school owned computer and network. Click her to view an
acceptable use policy.
Now that we have walked throughout this case, it’s time for you to reflect on what you’ve learned
through a writing assignment. Click the assignment button to get started. Be sure to ask your
instructor any questions that may arise. Take care!
Your Assignment is to write a two page paper explaining how
you would conduct the investigative preview, and what you
would hope to gather from the preview.
CIS 607 – Case #3
Your assignment is to write a 3-4 page paper explaining how you would conduct the
investigative preview, and what you would hope to gather from the preview. Include a brief
summary from the case. Your paper needs to explain the preview process in some detail and
shouldn’t only be a reiteration of the case. You’re preview should answer who, what, when,
where, why, and how. The last one, “how” is vitally important and should explain your
recommended procedures in detail. Your report should also outline what you would do if
evidence was found that supported the allegations against the suspect. You also need to discuss
what to do if no evidence is found that supports the allegation.
Provide your answers in a Word document and title it with your name, course, and Case Study 3.
Remember that your written work must follow APA or MLA formatting for the paper, citations,
and any references. Make sure you are fully answering the questions using proper grammar and
spelling.
Case Additional Details:
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Zane Wilkens teaches history at Fuller Middle School in West Des Moines, IA. The Principal is
Samuel Brady. There is one IT person (Allen Jones) between the different schools in the district.
Zane also coaches girls’ soccer and runs their practice after school for an hour.
There is one IT person (Allen Jones) who takes care of the different schools in the district. The
servers are located in the school district headquarters building.
In addition to his school email account, he also has a Hotmail account that he accesses from his
classroom computer. From his IE7 browser history, you can also tell he uses Facebook,
Craigslist, and Dropbox.
Equipment found in the classroom includes:
o PC – IBM Lenovo 8808 Pentium D 3.4GHz 80Gb XP Desktop Computer with 1Gb of RAM
and 4 USB ports and a 10/100Mb network card.
o Camera – Camom PowerShoot A1300 16MP Digital Camera with a 16GB SDHC card,
of which 10Gb is used.
o USB Memory Stick – 8GB SanDisk Pro Duo, of which 6GB is used.
In reviewing the PC’s hard drive, you notice that you can only “see” 60GB and you suspect that it
may contain a hidden drive/partition since it has TrueCrypt installed.
The post-it notes on his monitor contain the following:
o Cindy: 555-2367 & Joann 555-8265
o HM: Porsche06, CL: Ferrari08, FB: Camaro04, TC: Mustang02
The email you found on the screen is for his school account and appears to be solely school based communications with colleagues and parents.
CIS 607 – Case #3
Your assignment is to write a 3-4 page paper explaining how you would conduct the
investigative preview, and what you would hope to gather from the preview. Include a brief
summary from the case. Your paper needs to explain the preview process in some detail and
shouldn’t only be a reiteration of the case. You’re preview should answer who, what, when,
where, why, and how. The last one, “how” is vitally important and should explain your
recommended procedures in detail. Your report should also outline what you would do if
evidence was found that supported the allegations against the suspect. You also need to discuss
what to do if no evidence is found that supports the allegation.
Provide your answers in a Word document and title it with your name, course, and Case Study 3.
Remember that your written work must follow APA or MLA formatting for the paper, citations,
and any references. Make sure you are fully answering the questions using proper grammar and
spelling.
Case Additional Details:
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Zane Wilkens teaches history at Fuller Middle School in West Des Moines, IA. The Principal is
Samuel Brady. There is one IT person (Allen Jones) between the different schools in the district.
Zane also coaches girls’ soccer and runs their practice after school for an hour.
There is one IT person (Allen Jones) who takes care of the different schools in the district. The
servers are located in the school district headquarters building.
In addition to his school email account, he also has a Hotmail account that he accesses from his
classroom computer. From his IE7 browser history, you can also tell he uses Facebook,
Craigslist, and Dropbox.
Equipment found in the classroom includes:
o PC – IBM Lenovo 8808 Pentium D 3.4GHz 80Gb XP Desktop Computer with 1Gb of RAM
and 4 USB ports and a 10/100Mb network card.
o Camera – Camom PowerShoot A1300 16MP Digital Camera with a 16GB SDHC card,
of which 10Gb is used.
o USB Memory Stick – 8GB SanDisk Pro Duo, of which 6GB is used.
In reviewing the PC’s hard drive, you notice that you can only “see” 60GB and you suspect that it
may contain a hidden drive/partition since it has TrueCrypt installed.
The post-it notes on his monitor contain the following:
o Cindy: 555-2367 & Joann 555-8265
o HM: Porsche06, CL: Ferrari08, FB: Camaro04, TC: Mustang02
The email you found on the screen is for his school account and appears to be solely school based communications with colleagues and parents.

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