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Dear Police1 Member, 

Last year, Americans spent just over $10 billion online on Cyber Monday. Online shopping opens consumers up to all kinds of risks, including phishing attacks, financial malware and online scams.   

The effects of online crime can be devastating and figuring out how to get help confusing for civilians. Here are some resources to help LE agencies address cybercrime in their communities:  
 

► How to support cybercrime victims 

► Key steps to managing a cybercrime scene 

3 strategies to mitigate cybercrime 

Stay safe, 
 
The Police1 Team
 

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