Category Archives: Cybercrime

Recommendations on Establishing a Departmental Framework for Darkweb Marketplace Investigations

Guest Blogger: John Bamford, Detective, Arlington County Police Department In July of 2017, the Federal Bureau of Investigation announced a multiple country operation which resulted in the take down of one of the largest illicit marketplaces.  This virtual marketplace, known … Continue reading

Posted in Cybercrime, Global Policing, Technology

Benefits of Attending the 2018 IACP Technology Conference

Guest Blogger: Bonnie Locke, Nlets Director of Business Development and Chair of the IACP LEIT Section.  Today’s law enforcement professionals face unprecedented technological challenges, from cyber-attacks that compromise personal information, to the difficulty in monitoring active intelligence from social media. Similar to … Continue reading

Posted in Cybercrime, Education & Training, IACP, Sections, Technology

IdentityTheft.gov Helps First Responders Help Identity Theft Victims

Guest blogger: Nat Wood, Associate Director, Division of Consumer & Business Education, Federal Trade Commission At the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), we say that recovering from identity theft is easier with a plan. The same is true for responding to … Continue reading

Posted in Cybercrime, Technology, Victim Services

Technology and Violence Against Women Series – Spyware and Safety

In this blog series, we are examining the impact of technology on violence against women crimes, as identified by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) Safety Net Project. Our most recent post focused on Posting Content Online, and … Continue reading

Posted in Cybercrime, Technology

Technology and Violence Against Women Series – Posting Content Online

In this blog series, we are examining the impact of technology on violence against women crimes, as identified by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) Safety Net Project. Tomorrow, the IACP Violence Against Women team will focus on … Continue reading

Posted in Cybercrime, Social Media, Technology, Victim Services | 1 Comment

Technology and Violence Against Women Series – Email & Online Evidence Collection

In this blog series, we are examining the impact of technology on violence against women crimes, as identified by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) Safety Net Project. In the coming days, the IACP Violence Against Women team … Continue reading

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Technology and Violence Against Women Series – Identifying Laws to Charge Perpetrators Who Misuse Technology

In this blog series, we are examining the impact of technology on violence against women crimes, as identified by the National Network to End Domestic Violence (NNEDV) Safety Net Project. In the coming weeks, the IACP Violence Against Women team … Continue reading

Posted in Cybercrime, Technology, Victim Services

New at IACP 2015 – Perspective Series

This year at IACP 2015, attendees will have access to a new feature: the IACP Perspective Series. These cutting-edge sessions will focus on the global challenges facing law enforcement and the impact these challenges have on local agencies. Each interactive … Continue reading

Posted in Annual Conference and Exposition, Conference Workshops, Cybercrime, Leadership, National Security

Help Deter Cybercrime by Participating in Global Safer Internet Day

A Message from IACP President Richard Beary Cybercrime is a global threat to the economic and the physical security of every nation. It is one of the leading crime problems facing the world today and in the foreseeable future. That … Continue reading

Posted in Cybercrime, Technology

Addressing Cyber Threats

Calls to conduct cyber attacks against law enforcement agencies and individual officers have reemerged, according to the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3). These attacks can include scanning agency networks for vulnerabilities, sending emails containing malicious attachments and links, and gathering … Continue reading

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