Check Out the IACP’s Cybercrime Community Awareness and Prevention Resource

The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), the National White Collar Crime Center, and the U.S. Department of Justice Office of Community Oriented Policing Services have developed a series of training modules to support and advance police/community interaction in addressing cybercrime and victimization. The purpose of these training modules is to identify the most common types of Internet and computer-related scams, and provide instructional tools to help people avoid being victimized by these scams.

The training modules are designed to be delivered by law enforcement practitioners to members of the public through community outreach, training sessions, and other venues. The available training module topics include:

  • Identity Theft,
  • Work-at-Home Scams,
  • Romance Scams,
  • Health-Related Fraud,
  • Auction Fraud,
  • Advance Fee Fraud,
  • Real Estate Scams,
  • Credit and Debit Card Fraud, and
  • Computer Crimes.

To access the free Cybercrime Community Awareness and Prevention Resource, please click here