Tuesday, May 08, 2007

CALEA Resource

Investigations Involving the Internet and Computer Networks By National Institute of Justice (January 2007)

This NIJ Special Report is intended as a resource for individuals responsible for investigations involving the use of the Internet and other computer networks. Any crime could involve devices that communicate through the Internet or through a network. Criminals may use the Internet for numerous reasons, including trading/sharing information (e.g., documents, photographs), concealing their identity, and gathering information on victims. The report is among a series of guides on investigating electronic crime.

Report is linked here.

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