Kim Bradley retired from the Commonwealth of Kentucky where she worked the last nine years of her career as a Forensic Computer Examiner with the Kentucky State Police (KSP). She was assigned to the Federal Bureau of Investigation's Cyber Crime Task Force and worked for five years at the Kentucky Regional Forensics Laboratory (KRCFL). While at the KRCFL, she earned the Computer Analysis Response Team (CART) Forensic Examiner certification and served as the Laboratory Quality Manager. After returning to KSP's Electronic Crime Branch Laboratory from the task force assignment, she became a Certified Law Enforcement Instructor with the Kentucky Law Enforcement Counsel and provided numerous training classes for sworn officers, intelligence analysts, and other support personnel while also working mainly on Internet Crimes Against Children examinations. Prior to her retirement, she helped to establish and manage a satellite KSP Digital Forensics Laboratory on the campus of Eastern Kentucky University. Her state service before moving into digital forensics included positions in software development and database management. In addition to holding several certifications, Kim has degrees in Early Childhood Education, Computer Science, and a Master of Science degree in Digital Forensic Science from Champlain College.
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Wednesday, August 10, 2022
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