Computer Crime Investigation and Prosecution: Organizing for Computer Crime

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DIANE Publishing, 1991 - Computers - 124 pages
Provides an overview of existing approaches law enforcement agencies are using to handle computer-related crime cases, illustrative case examples of crimes investigated by state and local personnel, and recommendations for effective investigation and prosecution of computer crime.
 

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Page 94 - University of Pittsburgh School of Law 3900 Forbes Avenue Pittsburgh, PA 15260 412-624-6200 45.
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Page 82 - ... internal and peripheral storage devices (such as fixed disks, external hard disks, floppy disk drives and diskettes, tape drives and tapes, optical storage devices...
Page 81 - You are hereby commanded to search forthwith the (place) named for the property specified, serving this warrant and making the search (at any time in the day or night1) and if the property be found there to seize it, leaving a copy of this warrant and a receipt for the property taken, and prepare a written inventory of the property seized and return this warrant and bring the property before me within ten days of this date, as required by law.
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Page 6 - Computer abuse encompasses a broad range of intentional acts that may or may not be specifically prohibited by criminal statutes. Any intentional act involving knowledge of computer use or technology is computer abuse if one or more perpetrators made or could have made gain and/or one or more victims suffered or could have suffered loss.
Page 86 - Crimes (IAFCI) 385 Bel Marin Keys Blvd., Ste. H Novato, CA 94949-5636 Contact: Renee Willlard Ph: (415)897-8800 Fax: (415)898-0798 Staff: 4. Descr: Special agents, investigators, and investigation supervisors who investigate criminal violations of credit card laws and prosecute offenders; law enforcement officers, prosecutors, or related officials who investigate, apprehend, and prosecute credit card offenders; employees of card issuing institutions who are responsible for credit card security and...
Page 39 - Federal jurisdiction over computer crime to those cases in which there is a compelling Federal interest, ie, where computers of the Federal Government or certain financial institutions are involved, or where the crime itself is interstate in nature.").

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