Computer Crime Lab:
The Computer Crimes Unit was established to address the increase in computer related crimes and the expanding need for computer forensics. This unit is responsible for examining all computers and digital media seized as evidence. Members of the unit have received extensive specialized computer forensic training.
The Computer Crimes Unit investigates not only computer crimes, but also ID Theft, Forgery, Fraud, Enticement of a Child, Internet Luring of a Child, Sexual Exploitation of Children and Internet Sexual Exploitation of a Child. This unit is also involved with the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force.
In 2007, over 1000 items of digital media, totaling more than 5 Terabytes, were analyzed. This included hard drives, external hard drives, CDs, DVDs, memory sticks, flash drives, and floppy discs.
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