Training Background

NW3C's training sections provide instruction in all areas of economic and cyber crime investigation and prosecution.

Investigative Services Background

NW3C's Investigative Support section provides services to aid in the investigation and prosecution of economic and cyber crime.

Internet Crime Complaint Center Background

Internet Crime Complaint Center, a partnership between NW3C, the Bureau of Justice Assistance and the FBI, allows victims of cyber crime to alert the authorities of suspected offenses.

Reseach Background

NW3C conducts original research in all areas of white collar crime to aid law enforcement and promote public awareness.

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    Free online courses for law enforcement More...
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    News and information on economic and high-tech crime. More...
What We Do

NW3C provides a nationwide support system for law enforcement and regulatory agencies involved in the prevention, investigation and prosecution of economic and high-tech crime.

  • We deliver training in computer forensics, cyber and financial crime investigations and intelligence analysis.
  • We offer investigative support to agencies investigating white collar and related crimes.
  • We conduct original research on all facets of white collar crime.
  • We are a valuable partner in the Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3®), which allows victims of cyber crime to report incidents to law enforcement.

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