Jason Sprowl, DFCP, CAS, IAC, ABISCF, ABIA has over 25 years of law enforcement and investigative experience. Prior to entering the government sector Jason was a police detective managing a Department of Justice funded regional computer forensics lab performing computer forensic analysis and investigative support for complex technology crime investigations. Jason is currently a Computer Forensic Analyst/Cyber Investigations Lead with a U.S. Government Agency.
Jason has conducted computer forensics analysis, cyber investigations and cyber intelligence analysis for a myriad of high profile computer related crimes and investigations for numerous clients including the FBI and the Department of Justice. His work has been presented in courts across the country at state, federal, and international jurisdictions. In additional to technology investigations, Jason has a diverse background including criminal investigations, special operations, police patrol and tactics, canine (K-9) operations, intelligence, crime analysis, and undercover operations.
Jason has developed curriculum and instructed on a variety of topics including cyber crime, forensics, cyber security, cyber terrorism, cyber safety, and basic computer operations. His attendees have included civilian law enforcement officers, government analysts, attorneys, community members, and college students. He was an adjunct instructor at a local community college. He has developed curriculum and reviewed curriculum for Columbia Basin College, Indiana Tech University and the American Board for Certification in Homeland Security.
Jason is a board member of the American Board of Intelligence Analysts and he is an anti-terrorism specialist, certified through the Anti-Terrorism Accreditation Board (ATAB). He also holds the Intelligence Analyst Certification (IAC) through ABIA and Computer Forensic certification through the Digital Forensics Certification Board, DFCP. Among his professional affiliations are the American College of Forensic Examiners, High Technology Crime Consortium, the Institute of Computer Forensic Professionals, InfraGard, and the American Board of Information Security and Computer Forensics.