The Attorney General's Cyber Crimes Division

The Cyber Crime Division investigates and prosecutes complex criminal cases involving digital evidence and consults on criminal matters involving technology. If you would like to report a cyber crime, please file a criminal bureau request for review.

The Cyber Crime Division investigates and prosecutes complex criminal cases involving digital evidence, consultation on criminal matters involving technology, and the forensic examination of digital evidence. The Division is focused on building stronger and safer communities, as well as developing shared training resources and collaboration between law enforcement agencies. The Cyber Crime Division also developed and manages a Digital Evidence Laboratory. Opened after new construction in July 2009, the Digital Evidence Laboratory services the Attorney General’s Office as well as other local and state law enforcement agencies seeking assistance. The Laboratory houses a state-of-the-art training facility for law enforcement.

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