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Computer Crime and Technology in Law Enforcement

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Format: Newsletter
Brand: Quinlan
Copyright: 2017
Service #: 40560029
Sub #: 40559981
Publication frequency: Updated monthly
Update method: Varies

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Computer Crime and Technology in Law Enforcement

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Subscription service billed annually
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Computer Crime and Technology in Law Enforcement is an 8-page monthly newsletter that is designed for police officers, investigators, and prosecutors who deal with crimes directly or indirectly involving computers and fraud. The timely information it presents will help you prevent, investigate, and prosecute computer-based and fraudulent criminal activity. Topics include identity theft, computer intrusions, Internet fraud, child pornography, cyberstalking, credit card fraud, insurance fraud, computer seizure, mail fraud, sham corporations, money laundering, and more. You'll find caselaw summaries with editorial notes, news clips, legislative updates, and best practice guidelines.

Features

  • Coordinate training among all relevant resources on your staff
  • Read insightful case summaries of judicial decisions in this evolving body of law
  • Understand the latest and most effective cyber-investigative techniques
  • Discover how criminals are using new technology
  • Learn how to collaborate with federal, state, and local agencies to improve apprehension and prosecution
  • Learn about the latest high-tech crime research and what the academics and researchers are saying