Application Deadline: December 30, 2022
Edith Santos worked at a small law enforcement agency that was unable to send her to the IACIS Basic Computer Forensic Examiner (BCFE) training in Orlando. She persisted with her goal and, after some time, was able to convince her agency to send her to BCFE. Since obtaining her CFCE in 2014, Edith’s work in digital forensics propelled to inspiring heights. After 18 years of experience in law enforcement, Edith transitioned to the private sector and received multiple accolades for her achievements. Edith is grateful for her success and wishes to give back to IACIS by sponsoring the new Digital Forensics Scholarship for Women in Law Enforcement
- Affirmation that you are employed by a law enforcement agency;
- Naming the Applicant as the Agency’s choice for consideration of the scholarship;
- Affirmation that your current (or future) work duties will benefit from the BCFE training; and
- Confirmation that the agency and/or scholarship recipient will cover any expenses related to the BCFE training that will not be covered by the scholarship.
All documents should be combined and submitted as a single PDF document and named in the following manner: Surname_First Name.pdf. Applications will be accepted from September 1, 2022, through November 30, 2022. No later than December 30, 2022, a selection will be made from eligible and vetted applications. All Applicants will be informed of their status via e-mail. The name and agency of the scholarship recipient will be announced in IACIS’ ListServ and social media (Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, and Instagram) in January of 2023.
Official Website: WOMEN’S SCHOLARSHIP