Coordinated by BJA, the Law Enforcement Cyber Center is a web-based information system that provides local, state and tribal law enforcement officers with critical resources to help them learn, investigate and solve cybercrimes; share cyber threat information; and collaborate with regional and federal authorities.
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To assist potential applicants interested in applying for funding opportunities, BJA has hosted several solicitation-specific webinars as well as Grant Applicant Education Series webinars. Visit the BJA Funding Webinars page to learn about upcoming webinars and to access presentation files for and YouTube links to watch previously held webinars.
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NW3C Training Catalog http://www.nw3c.org/docs/training/nw3c-training-catalog.pdf?sfvrsn=6
DHS’s Stop.Think.Connect: http://www.dhs.gov/stopthinkconnect
Rand Corp http://www.rand.org/topics/computer-crime.html
National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C)
U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ): Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section
Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI): Cyber Crime
Department of Homeland Security (DHS): Cybersecurity
U.S. Secret Service: Electronic Crimes Task Force
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2012 Grant Award Info:
Award Title: eCrime and Mortgage Fraud TrainingAward Number: 2012-MU-BX-4004Awardee Name: NW3C Inc. National White Collar Crime CenterAward Description: The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C Inc.) will provide training curricula specializing in high tech crime, including but not limited to intelligence, cyber, and computer forensics, through innovative delivery methodologies such as training, roll call training, and academy training of both new recruits and experienced officers, prosecutors, and other justice system employees; provide train-the-trainer classes to expand the ability of more individuals to attend these types of classes without the cost of extensive travel; provide support to fusion centers and analysts in the areas of training and support materials; provide technical assistance to public safety agencies in the areas of investigation, training, intelligence, and computer forensics; identify and provide assistance in addressing new crime trends in the area of high tech crime and develop methods for addressing these trends in the areas of training, education, and use of technology; and, continue to deliver mortgage fraud training and technical assistance.Site: http://www.nw3c.org/
2013 Grant Award Info :
Award Title: eCrime and Mortgage Fraud TrainingAward Number: 2012-MU-BX-4004Awardee Name: NW3C Inc. National White Collar Crime CenterAward Description:Efficient and effective sharing of information between and among justice agencies and their partner organizations is at the heart of today's efforts across the nation to protect public safety. The National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C) will enhance the current national training and technical assistance activities related to preventing, investigating, and responding to economic, cyber, and high tech crimes. The goals of this program include training state, local, and tribal law enforcement practitioners; providing targeted technical assistance to justice agencies; providing train-the-trainer courses; developing and delivering relevant resource materials; providing analytical support to assist state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies with investigations; and, in collaboration with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, operating the Internet Crime Complaint Center.
Award Title: The IACP Law Enforcement Cyber CenterAward Number: 2013-BE-BX-K018Awardee Name: The International Association of Chiefs of Police, Inc. Award Description:Efficient and effective sharing of information between and among justice agencies and their partner organizations is at the heart of today's efforts across the nation to protect public safety. The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) Law Enforcement Cyber Center (LECC) will build off the work of the IACP Center for Social Media to address additional current and emerging challenges associated with cyber threats. This effort will be a collaborative approach, working with federal partners and relevant non-profit, academic, and private-sector entities with expertise in this area, to provide leadership, promote best practices, and support the development of products and guidance on cyber-enabled crimes and cyber threats. The IACP will work closely with BJA to engage and leverage national subject matter experts and stakeholders to promote policies, practices, and technologies that demonstrate innovations related to digital evidence, investigative techniques, protection measures, and educate law enforcement at all levels.
2014 Grant Award Info:
Award Title: eCrime and Mortgage Fraud TrainingAward Number: 2012-MU-BX-4004Awardee Name: NW3C Inc. National White Collar Crime CenterAward Description:The National White Collar Crime Center Inc.(NW3C) will provide nationwide training and technical assistance (TTA) that helps improve the prevention, investigation, and prosecution capacity of State, Local, Tribal an Territorial (SLTT) law enforcement, regulatory, prosecutorial and other criminal justice agencies to deal with electronic crime/cybercrime, as well as high-tech and economic crimes. NW3C will train SLTT justice practitioners, provide technical assistance to SLTT justice agencies, provide written products to the criminal justice field, and provide analytical support to assist SLTT agencies with investigations.
Award Title: Law Enforcement Cyber Center ProjectAward Number: 2014-D6-K012Awardee Name: RAND Corporation
The Justice Information Sharing Training and Technical Assistance (JIS TTA) Program supports the efforts of state, local, and tribal criminal justice agencies to adopt innovative justice information sharing solutions through the provision of training and technical assistance services. This program is funded under the Edward Byrne Memorial Competitive Grant Program (Byrne Competitive Program) and the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) Program. Authorized by Pub. L. No.113-76, , 128 Stat. 5, 62, the Byrne Competitive Program helps communities improve the functioning and capacity of their state and local criminal justice systems and provides for national support efforts including training and technical assistance programs strategically targeted to address local, state and tribal needs. The RAND Corporation, in partnership the Police Executive Research Forum (PERF) and in coordination with BJA, will help local and state law enforcement better combat cyber-crime. The partners will develop the Cyber Center, a web-based information system that will provide local and state law enforcement officers with critical resources to help them investigate and solve cybercrimes, share cyber threat information, and collaborate with regional and federal authorities and task forces. RAND will work under the guidance of BJA and in collaboration with the FBI to solicit local or state law enforcement agencies to serve as pilot sites modeled after the State of Utah's Cyber task force. RAND and PERF will facilitate and coordinate capacity building efforts with these agencies to enhance their operational and investigative activities regarding cyber-crime complaints.
Economic, High-Technology, White Collar, and Internet Crime Prevention National Training and Technical Assistance ProgramApplication Deadline: 06/14/2018, 11:59 PMBJA is seeking applications for funding under the Economic, High-Technology, White Collar, and Internet Crime Prevention National Training and Technical Assistance Program. This program furthers the Department’s mission by supporting and assisting state, local, territorial, and tribal jurisdictions in enhancing their efforts to prevent, investigate, and respond to economic, high-technology, white collar, and internet crimes.Solicitation
Economic, Cyber, and High-Tech Crimes National Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Program Application Deadline: 05/18/2015, 11:59 PMBJA is seeking a provider for the Economic, Cyber, and High-Tech Crimes National Training and Technical Assistance (TTA) Program.Solicitation
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