An Overview of International Cyber-Security Awareness Raising and Educational Initiatives (2011)

United States – Campaign 16 – Cyber Law Enforcement

Cyber Law Enforcement ‘is a network of law enforcement officers who specialise in cybercrime investigation, training other law enforcement officers and assisting cybercrime victims online.




Campaign Name:

Cyber Law Enforcement


Cyber Law Enforcement

Main URL:


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Topics covered:

– Who we are (Name: of Executive Director)

– Our Missions (educate police officers worldwide about cybercrime and cyberlaw, investigative techniques)

– Online education (for victims of cybersstalking, cyberharassment, paedophiles, hacking, and virus attacks, and to support groups and online counseling)

Target Audience:

– Law Enforcement Officers

– Attorneys

– Cyberspace Law Experts


– Training provided for attorneys and law enforcement if they would like to become a member

– Training provided for law enforcement officers not looking to be involved in the program

– Links for additional information o Cyber-Security and safety

– A link that allows Internet users to report cyber crime


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Additional Information:

[The] tip line handles child pornography, cyberstalking and missing children tips, as well as tips for cyberscams and fraud online.

Cyber Law Enforcement also includes Legal Eagles, a group of prosecutors, defense counsel and legal experts in the field of cybercrime, to help educate and guide the Internet community on crime prevention and reporting of cybercrimes.’

Cyberlaw Enforcement has four goals:

‘1) To unite police officers worldwide and educate them on cybercrime, cyberlaw, investigative techniques and how they interact.

2) To provide investigative assistance to police departments when requested.

3) To provide online help and education for victims of cyberstalking, cyberharassment, paedophiles, hacking, and virus attacks, as well as access to support groups and online counselling.

4) To standardize relations and communication between police departments, Internet Service Providers, Legal system contacts and victim advocacy groups worldwide.’ If volunteers or law enforcement officers would like to receive training, they must complete an application process.’


1. ‘Home’ Cyber Law Enforcement <> (accessed 15 June 2010).