The Future of Cybercrime and Policing

The Future of Cybercrime and Policing - The Future of...

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1 The Future of Cybercrime, Policing, and Law Professor Holt Computer Crime 12/5/05
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2 Technology and Policing Technology has penetrated law enforcement in a variety of ways Information seeking Information dissemination Information management Cybercrime and investigative methods
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3 Benefits of IT Increasing efficiency as more elements go paperless Better productivity in the courts and all facets as more data is collected and stored Greater public confidence in the system, as they can actually see what is going on around them
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4 Policing and Law Enforcement At the state and local level, there are task forces to deal with computer crimes Most of these are focused on child porn, threatening communication, and stalking They do not deal with high profile crimes
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5 Police and Law Enforcement There are multiple critical needs at the state and local level Training on computer crime (vital for evidence handling for feds and prosecution, specialist)
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