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You know , in order for it to be presentable enough for somebody else to see it , I never. It was never like you know like you’d see on hoarders or something . But it just felt like I was never quite where I wanted to be in it was weighing me down .
McLaren. What do you do about having people over , so .
It’s actually , it’s actually funny. We have enough space , where 6 or 8 people can come in , you know , we may not all have a seat in the bus but stand and talk in the bus and so it’s , it’s really convenient when we have people over and and I guess we also do have an outdoor space on its nice outside all just take the party outside .
How about toilet facilities and kitchen facilities mean 2 hundred square feet is a 10 by 20 foot area.
Yeah , and we have it , we have it all. So I would say the bathroom is probably smaller than some people’s closets but it it functions and it works the way we need it to you and the kitchen space is sort of built into the living room space and so that , that’s basically shared and it it functions like a normal kitchen and it works for us .
We only have a few seconds left. Denver . I’ll come back to you . Oh , what can you tell people about contacting you with regard to your your workshops and obviously , you do a blog as well .
Yeah , I’d be delighted if anyone wants to get in touch fit on Facebook and Instagram I’m this minimalist Mama and my website is laying your load US.
Okay. Well there you go . This has been a fascinating conversation I wonder how many people we’ve converted in the last couple of minutes . But I want to thank you both every single being with us and carbon Congress were telling us about minimalism when we come back maximizing the effort against digital crime . This is St Louis on the air on St Louis Public Radio 90.7 gay WAMU .
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Welcome back as our world becomes more and more high tech , it creates both pluses and minuses for law enforcement cyber savvy criminals are increasingly sophisticated police have more and more digital tools , they can use for investigations in 2002 of the St Louis Regional computer crimes education and enforcement group was established comprised of regional police detectives it’s been described as something of a major case squad for high tech crimes I sat down yesterday to talk about this 21st century approach to law enforcement with the detective Corporal Ken necks. He’s a 40-year veteran of the Clayton Police department and the founder of the computer crimes education and enforcement group I asked nicks about the mission of the group .
It was mainly created because I was part of the Major Case Squad and we had some incidents where computers are media were seized and there was really no entity that could address it. So what I thought was while I was at one of the major case re-training I saw an entity out of Illinois that was similar to what I’m doing now and we needed something to help law enforcement to address any type of digital forensics immediately , instead of having to wait 6 , 7 , 8 months and that’s what our goal is to help law enforcement look at stuff and move it forward to get it to the prosecution . So we can establish the finality of the case .
Well , things have changed a little bit since 2002 yes they have. Yeah , in what ways . Well what what what you’re dealing with what kinds of crimes . Where you’re dealing with then and what are you dealing with now .
When are so was first started in regional computer crime education enforcement group. Our main goal is we partner with I ICAC the crimes against children’s unit and a majority of our cases were addressing child crime speculate in about 85% of all incidents we handled were child exploitation child pornography incidents such as that and as has progressed through time most recently announced , maybe 50% of the forensics that we perform our child stuff the rest of it , it’s related to murders fraud hacking intrusions thefts , so the agencies are understanding that digital forensics can help them more in a field of all of their investigation . Not just child crimes .
S , plus a 5 year what exactly what digital forensics mean.
A digital forensics has taken an item that someone utilizes and has the capability of storing information and what we do is we will take those items such as a computer a cell phone or media and pull the information off using forensic sound our tools to create a exact duplicate and work off of there to identify the contents of it and this is mainly to help law enforcement either identify where they want to go case or to prove the case happen or prove it didn’t happen and that helps them in the prosecution of the incident.
Now for the first thing that comes to my mind , concerning a recent case , and I know you weren’t involved in this , but maybe it will help people understand what we’re talking about here.