Cost of Attendance
Conference tote bag
Ticket for Welcome Social
Lunch each day of Conference
Who Should Attend
Law Enforcement Administrators/Commanders
Digital Forensics Lab Directors
Digital Forensics Examiners
University General Counsels
Destination St. George, Utah
Snow Canyon State Park – 20 minutes
Zion National Park – 45 minutes
Bryce Canyon National Park – 2 hours
Las Vegas, NV – 90 minutes
Grand Canyon (North Rim) – 2 ¾ hours
Lake Powel – 2.5 hours
Hoover Dam – 2 hours
Q: What topic should I submit for consideration for the DSU DFCL 2018 Annual Conference?
A: The DSU DFCL is looking for a wide array of topics that are innovative, engaging, inspiring, and informative for academic administrators and police executives. Our goal is to offer relevant, timely education and training to help attendees understand the current landscape of digital forensics as well as make their agencies more successful. Some current topics for 2018 to be considered are:
- Community-Police- University Relations and Public Trust
- New Research being conducted such as drones, at-home assistants, etc.
- Public Grant opportunities
- Case studies
- Lab funding opportunities
- Trends in Digital Forensics
Q: What information is required?
A:The following information is required in order to submit a presentation proposal and to be considered
for DSU DFCL 2018:
Title of Presentation
250-500 word abstract
*Speaker Information Required: Name, Agency/Organization, Title, and Email
Q: What is the submission deadline?
A:Abstract should be submitted No Later Than April 16, 2018. Send submissions to
Q: When will I be notified?
A:You will be notified by our selection committee by Close of Business (Mountain Standard Time) April 19, 2018
Q: When are Final Presentations due for submission?
A:Final presentations are due to us by May 18, 2018