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OSMOSIS

Awarded 2020 Open Source
Non-Profit of the Year!

 


About Us
For more than 40 years, NW3C has been training law enforcement and regulatory agencies in the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of economic and high-tech crime. Through grant funding from various federal agencies, we are able to provide high-quality, industry-leading training for FREE. NW3C offers training and support materials through classroom training, online training, webinars, and investigative resources. Utilize NW3C courses to grow in your career, obtain continuing education credits, or solve a current investigation.

Who we are

Who we are

Our talented staff is what makes us great.
Meet our team.
Who we are





What we do

What we do

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

Certifications

Get Certified

NW3C certifications are available for professionals in both law enforcement and the private sector. You need 25 points to attain an NW3C certification and your past experiences and education can help you. Advance your career, get certified today.







Live Online

Online Training

NW3C now offers live online training! Our live online training is 100% instructor-led and allows you to learn remotely in an interactive virtual environment.




Online Training

Online Training

Access NW3C’s growing library of online training
on relevant topics like virtual currency,
encryption, and the dark web.





Classroom
Training

Classroom Training



Discounts & Offers


Higher education + Investigative software  

 

Law Enforcement
CYBER CENTER

An online toolkit designed to meet the specific and practical needs of chiefs, investigators, line officers, digital forensic examiners, technical support staff and other practitioners.

Law Enforcement Cyber Center