For victims of Internet crime, reporting it is just the first step. What's next? Who can you turn to for help? The LaGrange Police Department has partnered with www.victimvoice.org to provide you with a one-stop resource for free information on what victims can do in the aftermath of an online crime, and, more importantly, how they can prevent it in the future. Having the right information is vital to making your voice heard.
- Assisting law enforcement for more than 11 years This
resource website represents an extension of the National White Collar
Crime Center's (NW3C) efforts to serve law enforcement and the public.
- What we can do for you NW3C serves as a conduit for law enforcement to share information and pursue cases that often span jurisdictional boundaries.
- You have a voice Through
a number of technological advancements and the hard work of its
analysts, NW3C ensures victims are heard by referring their complaints
to the proper authorities and providing law enforcement with valuable
information related to the case.
- Tips, prevention, and resources for you Made possible by a generous donation from Symantec™, the VOICE website serves as a comprehensive, trustworthy source of information for victims of Internet-related crime and the public at large. Through this site, NW3C aims to not only improve outcomes for victims but also to prevent other Internet users from falling victim to cybercrime in the first place.