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Chief Ken Albertelli
30 Mount Vernon St. Winchester MA 01890
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Posted By Winchester Police on October 16th, 2014

http://www.winchesterpd.org/2014/wanted-by-winchester-police-department-massachusetts-state-police-matthew-mcaveeney

Wanted by Winchester Police Department & Massachusetts State Police, for Armed Assault with Intent to Murder Matthew McAveeney Age 46 5’08 250lbs Do not approach or try to apprehend. Subject is wanted for a violent crime. Any information on his whereabouts please call Winchester Police at 781-729-1212 (Lieutenant Detective Dan O’Connell) or Mass State Police at 978-538-6020 […]

 

Computer Crime

The Computer Crime Unit (CCU) provides forensic and investigative services
to NEMLEC agencies and other law enforcement agencies if/as designated
by the Executive Board. The unit is also responsible for training
police in computer crime investigations, providing community-based
Internet Safety Training and investigating all forms of crimes
facilitated by the use of high technology (computers) within our
jurisdictions. The unit in Medford serves Middlesex County, and
Peabody serves Essex County.

Mission:

CCU is composed of specially trained officers who:

  • provide an enhanced investigative and computer
    forensic component to existing NEMLEC units and members,
  • provide an operational laboratory and training
    facility to NEMLEC units and members,
  • coordinate a regional NEMLEC computer crime task
    force,
  • provide risk assessments, public awareness and
    cyber-crime prevention training to member departments.

Services:

Investigation

CCU officers, trained to respond and investigate complex and
increasingly common computer-related crimes, provide member agencies
with specialized investigative services for a broad range of offenses:

  • Crimes in which a computer, the Internet or other
    form of electronic communication was utilized, including but not
    limited to:
  • Internet based Child Exploitation & Child
    Pornography, Child Sexual Solicitation
  • Internet Threats/Extortion, STAR Incidents
  • Cyber-Stalking/Cyber-Harassment &
    Annoyance/Domestic Abuse-R.O. Violations Online
  • Internet-based Access Device Fraud,
    Unauthorized/Fraudulent Use of Credit Cards/Passwords
  • Hacking/Computer Trespass and Exceeding
    Authorization/Theft of Computer Services
  • Viruses/Destruction & Altering Computer
    Data, Denial of Service Attacks
  • Computer-based Forgery, Counterfeit Products,
    Labels, Trade Marks and Software Piracy
  • Internet/Computer-based Identity Theft and Frauds
    and Scams
  • Computers and Component Theft, Internet-based
    Receiving/Buying Stolen Equipment
  • Theft of Trade Secrets, Economic Espionage
  • other offense for which knowledge and/or
    utilization of computers or related technologies was used in
    communicating, planning or perpetration the crime.

Specific examples of computer crime by category

Personal Crimes Property
Crimes
Cyber-Threats Cyber-Larceny
Cyber-Identity Theft Cyber-Fraud
Cyber-Harassment Cyber-Theft
of Trade Secrets
Cyber-Violations R/Orders Cyber-Vandalism/Destruction
Cyber-Stalking Cyber-Copyright
Infringement
Computer Hacking Theft of
Computer Services
Possession/Dissemination Child Porn, Luring/
Enticing Minors
Internet
Counterfeit Products/Labels
National
Protection
Financial
Crimes
Cyber-Theft
of Government Secrets
Online
Credit Card Fraud
Online
Economic Espionage
Electronic
Funds Trans. Fraud
Cyber-Terrorist
Activity
Computer
Desktop Forgery
Cyber-Threats
to Gov. Officials
Electronic
Counterfeiting
Cyber
Attacks to Critical Systems
Online
Auction Fraud
Online
Criminal Disorder and Anarchy
Corporate
Identity Fraud
Internet Bomb
Making and Weapons of Mass Destruction
Internet Scams

Training

The CCU provides a full range of computer crime
investigation and forensic training to officers from member agencies.
This training ensures all NEMLEC agencies have officers skilled in the
response and investigation of computer crimes. Training areas include:

NEMLEC CCU will be offering specialized training
(basic & advanced) in the following areas:

  • Basic & Advanced Computer Crime
    Investigation & Response Training
  • Basic & Advanced Computer Forensic Training
  • Safety & Cyber Crime Prevention Training
  • Computers/Network Security Training
  • Internet Safety Lectures
  • WEB-Based Training

Community Education

The Computer Crime unit also provide periodic information sessions to
the community, training citizens on the basics of computer crime and
prevention measures.

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