This two-day course uses actual case studies from notable vehicle-involved violent crimes, missing persons, missing vehicles, carjacking crimes, and vehicle identification investigations to provide attendees with connected car information and investigative context in addition to hands-on vehicle experience. This course will familiarize investigators with modern car computing systems, the data stored locally within the vehicle, the data transmitted to third parties, and specific probative value to a broad range of major case investigations. Topics include connected car history, introduction to case studies, infotainment systems, telematics, uses for radio frequency identification (RFID), digital license plates, fleet management systems, connected vehicle peripherals, car services, high-tech Internet resources, search warrants, court orders, and legal challenges. Attendees will not only learn the information from a traditional lecture, but will also get an immersive, hands-on lab experience with a vehicle analyzing the raw data the vehicle is creating, and working on case studies using the techniques being taught to become a more skilled investigator for cases involving connected cars. This class is directed to all skill levels.