Charter Certification Introduction

Charter Provision for CCCE and CECFE Certifications

A charter provision is available now for individuals who meet the requirements as determined by NW3C for the CCCE and CECFE certifications.

Qualification for each certification is based on one of two options:

• Possession of one or more current and relevant recognized certification(s), credential(s), academic degree(s), academic certificate(s) or relevant training certificate(s) and five years of relevant experience, or

• Ten years relevant experience and 120 hours of approved training taken within the last three years.

Additional details related to certifications and qualification options can be found in our Charter Provision for Examiner Certifications document.

Important: You can only apply once for charter certification consideration. Should your application be denied, you may choose to take the certification exam when it becomes available later this year. Your $50 charter certification application fee can be applied to the cost of the examination.

IACECP charter members will receive a 3-year rate guarantee from the start of the open-testing process for any certification test should they not meet the charter requirements.


NW3C Certifications

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Certified Economic Crime Forensic Examiner (CECFE)

Available for professionals in both law enforcement and the private sector, this certification attests to the holder’s ability to investigate and analyze information related to financial misconduct of all types. Holders of this certification have demonstrated that they possess the working knowledge and skills needed to detect, respond to, and investigate illegal financial activity.

IACECP Member Rate: $300 per applicant
Non-member Rate: $600 per applicant



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Certified Cyber Crime Examiner (CCCE)

Available for professionals in both law enforcement and the private sector, this certification attests to the holder’s competence in the proper digital forensic techniques and best practices for working with digital evidence. Holders of this certification have successfully demonstrated their knowledge, skills and abilities in the identification and proper handling of digital evidence; types of digital hardware technologies; common file systems; best practices in forensic imaging; documenting and reporting; and legal considerations.

IACECP Member Rate: $300 per applicant
Non-member Rate: $600 per applicant

 

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