Reporting Internet Crime
Internet crime seems limitless. It seems that almost every day there are new scams and cons appearing in emails or on the web from folks trying to get your money. Therefore, we are providing the information contained in this section as a way to enlighten you and get you the resources you may need on matters pertaining to Internet and computer crimes. We encourage you to visit these sites for online reporting of Internet Crimes, for getting general information, or to learn more about crime prevention.
If you are a victim of internet fraud, make an online report now via the Internet Fraud Complaint Center. Victims of Identity Theft can visit the Internet Fraud Complaint Center or the Federal Trade Commission's Identity Theft website where you can download forms or get the contact information to speak to a counselor who will assist you through the reporting process and credit repair.
National White Collar Crime Center
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Computer Crime Section of US Justice Department
United States Postal Inspection Service
Direct Mail Marketing Association
International Association of Computer Investigative Specialists
United States Customs Service
United States Secret Service
Florida Department of Law Enforcement