Champlain College is launching its Computer and Digital Forensics program on the Internet this fall. The program prepares professionals to examine computers and pull relevant evidence from them, and it is the first online degree of its kind in the country.Computers represent the fastest growing technology used by criminals for literally all types of crimes, and the numbers of computer and network security incidents are increasing, said program director Gary Kessler, a nationally recognized computer security expert. The professional computer forensics examiner needs to understand the law, the technology and the investigative process.Today, computers often play a key role in the commission of crimes, as in financial fraud and identity theft, while at other times they serve as record-keepers of conversations and incriminating data.Online students can earn a professional certificate, associates degree or bachelors degree in this discipline without setting foot on the Champlain campus, and accelerated courses are also available. Interested individuals may visit www.champlain.edu/coce/(link is external) or call (877) 772-CCOL. The Computer and Digital Forensics program has been offered on campus since Fall 2003.Founded in 1878, Champlain College first offered online courses in 1993 and now offers 10 full degree programs via the Internet.
BACOLOD City – He was hiding from thepolice for about 11 years. His apprehension was staged on thestrength of an arrest warrant for the crime of murder around 9 a.m. on Jan. 27,a police report showed. The suspect was detained in the SilayCity police station’s lockup facility. The 34-year-old Rongie Guarino wascaught in his residence in Barangay Mambulac, Silay City, Negros Occidental. The court recommended no bail bond forhis temporary liberty./PN
South Haven85510â€”28 Junior varsity girls: Wellington 49 Collegiate 18Wellington JV girls stayed undefeated.Wellington 5 16 20 8 â€” 49Collegiate 6 7 2 3â€” 18Wellington: H. Wright 14, McComb 13, Lewellen 9, Whaley 5, S. Wright 4, Fink 2, Zimmerman 2. Central15121819â€”64 South Haven â€“ Lowe 7, Harris 9, Yunker 13, Cully 8, Upton 1, Byers 10, Schuster 4, Ray 10, Moreland 3.Norwich â€“ Wallace 6, DePriest 1, Norris 3, Coleman 2, Bartel 9.Attica 42, Caldwell 32Caldwell lost a tough one when Attica outscored the Bluejays 16-4 in the fourth quarter. Caldwell was in front 28-25 going into the fourth. Norwich6131110â€”40 Wellington wrestlers at Marion TournamentThe Wellington wrestlers went 3-2 in the Marion Tournament placing fourth out of the 16 dual team tournament.In its second consecutive night, Wellington opened with a 42-36 victory over Douglass, then beat Riley County 46-36 and Hillsboro 60-18. At 3-0, Wellington fell to eventual tournament champion Chanute 51-24.Wellington fell to Fredonia 39-33 for fourth place.Individually, Jason Haydon at 160 pounds went 5-0. Graysen DeJarnett at 113 went 4-1, Andrew Pelkey at 138 went 4-1; Justin Bruns at 152 went 4-1. Sumner County games:Boys:Â Conway Springs 52, Belle Plaine 24Conway Springs improved to 4-2 with a convincing win over Belle Plaine. The Cardinals led 15-4 at the end of the first quarter and was in front 31-10 at the half. Junior varsity boys: Collegiate 61 Wellington 59The Wellington junior varsity boys have been undefeated until Friday night when Collegiate came into town.Scoring for Wellington were: Phelps 9, Daugherty 5, Baker 4, Reichenberger 6, Dunn 11, Blue 4, Albright 8. C team boys: Collegiate 60 Wellington 56Scoring for Wellington: Phelps 4, Gilmore 11, Kimzey 1, Jones 1, Blue 10, Pettegrew 12, Hyde 6, Lowe 2. Oxford: Patterson 7, Williams 2, Burkes 13, Norris 9, Catlin 2, Jones 9, Kennedy 6.Central: Hopper 2, Koppelmann 15, Lawson 15, Loewer 11, Mettling 4, Fischer 17.South Haven 65, Norwich 21South Haven romped and stomped Norwich. Central-Burden313410â€”30 Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comment (1) Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings Sort by: Date Rating Last Activity Loading comments… You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. 0 Vote up Vote down Proud Aunt · 399 weeks ago Love seeing that 5-0 J Haydon! Keep it up! Report Reply 0 replies · active 399 weeks ago Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Oxford10121511â€”48 Caldwell: Webster 13, Halling 7, Whaley 5, York 3, Kendrick 2, Dierking 2. Totals 13 (3) 3-13 32.Attica: Newberry 13, Deviney 10, Ramirez 6, mcDonald 6, Woods 4, Pinkston 2, Howell 1. Totals 13 (3) 13-16 42.GirlsConway Springs 63, Belle Plaine 17Conway Springs rolled to an easy win. Conway Springs â€” D. Murphy 12, R. Rasmussen 12, T. Echelberry 11, R. Pauly 6, N. Oswald 6, D. Murphy 3, J. Fisher 1Belle Plaine â€” Q. Hervey 5, C. Throop 5, B. Gann 4, A. Johnson 4, G. Schnieder 3, T. Balsters 1C-Burden 64, Oxford 48Oxford lost its first game of the season when Central outscored Oxford 19-11 in the fourth quarter to pick up the win. Gage Burkes had 13 points in the losing cause. Oxford â€“ Norris 9, Payne 18, Moore 8, B. Metz 7, K. Metz 1, Whitlock 2. Totals 16 (0) 13-34 45.Central-Burden â€“ Moore 18, Beavers 4, Liebau 6, Loewer 2. Totals 8 (0) 14-25 30.Norwich 40, South Haven 28A 13-5 run in the second quarter was enough to lift Norwich to victory. Attica4111116â€”42 by Tracy McCue, Sumner Newscow â€” The Wellington varsity girls got their first Ark Valley Chisholm Trail League Div. IV victory of the season, the boys weren’t so fortunate. The Wellington wrestling team placed fourth at a 16-team Marion Tournament. And Sumner County teams were hard at workâ€¦The roundup of Friday night’s action is as follows:Wellington vs. Collegiate:Â Varsity girls: Wellington 41 Collegiate 30Sydney Shields at the free throw line. She scored 5 against Wichita Collegiate.The Wellington girls broke a two-game losing streak with a spirited victory over Wichita Collegiate.Sparked by a 12-0 first-quarter output, the Crusaders held a healthy 7 to 13 point advantage the rest of the way.Senior Savannah Cornejo scored 16 points in the winning effort. Wellington is 2-2 overall hoping to get a victory at Clearwater before the Christmas break this Tuesday.Collegiate 0 13 9 8 â€” 30Wellington 12 10 7 12 â€” 41Collegiate: Skar 2, Payne 6, Dunn 13, Root 5, Hull 4. Total: 5 (4) 7-13 30.Wellington: Cornejo 16, Jenkins 7, Hefley 6, Amrein 3, Ledesma 2, Shields 5. Total: 11 (2) 13-24 40. Conway Springs â€” S. Echelberry 17, S. Sones 16, A. Smith 12, B. May 8, C. Ebenkamp 6, K. Morris 4Belle Plaine â€” K. Ast 6, B. Balzer 6, B. Balsters 5Oxford 45, Central-Burden 30 Oxford8101116â€”45 Belle Plaine2573â€”17 Belle Plaine4695â€”24 Norwich34104â€”21 Varsity boys: Collegiate 64 Wellington 44Wellington held tough with the sixth ranked Collegiate Spartans for about a half. Wellington was down 24-21 with 1:29 on the clock, but Collegiate then went on an eight-point run to end the half leading by 11.It was too much of a deficit to handle. Collegiate would outscore Wellington 15-7 in the third quarter and was up by 30 points late before Wellington went on a run to cut the deficit to 20. Marcus Phox, flopping and all, scored 26 points for Collegiate. Wellington had nine players score but none reached double figures. Trevor Nance and Logan Woodbridge both had 8.Collegiate 13 19 15 17 â€” 64Wellington 10 11 7 16 â€” 44Collegiate: Baheadpour 5, Kemmer 9, Chugg 3, Phox 26, Christian 4, Brown 2, Mann 3, Copher 6, Root 1, Larsen 3, Holt 2. Total 13 (5) 13-19 64.Wellington: T. Miles 4, Weiss 6, Becker 4, Nance 8, Woodbridge 8, Reichenberger 1, Wolff 2, Carroll 6, Peck 5. 13 (3) 9-18 44. Conway Springs23181012â€”63 Caldwell51584â€”32 South Haven19161713â€”65 South Haven â€“ Barlow 4, Harris 1, Turek 3, White 8, Parks 2, Jacobs 10.Norwich â€“ Klaver 10, Rust 11, Poe 10, Poljansek 4, Vavra 2, Stephens 3. Conway Springs15161011â€”52 read more