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Introduction to Solving Crime in Cyberspace

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The December 28, episode of American Heroes Radio features a conversation recognized law enforcement cybercrime experts Todd G. Shipley and Art Bowker, the authors of Investigating Internet Crimes: An Introduction to Solving Crimes in Cyberspace.

Todd G. Shipley is a retired Reno Police Detective Sergeant, where he served for 25 years. There he started and managed Nevada’s first cybercrime unit. Upon retirement he was selected as the Director of Systems Security and High Tech Crime Prevention Training for SEARCH, The National Consortium for Justice Information and Statistics. He oversaw a national program that provided expert technical assistance and training to local, state, and federal justice agencies on successfully conducting high-technology computer crimes investigations.  In 2007 he formed Vere Software, a company dedicated to developing tools to aid in the investigation of online crime. He was the primary designer of the patent pending software “WebCase” that aids investigators document their online investigation.

Art Bowker (@Computerpo) has over 27 years’ experience in law enforcement and corrections; and ,is recognized as an expert in managing cyber-risk in offender populations. In addition to co-writing Investigating Internet Crimes, 1st Edition: An Introduction to Solving Crimes in Cyberspace, he is also the author of The Cybercrime Handbook for Community Corrections: Managing Offender Risk in the 21st Century.

Art is a lifetime member of the High Technology Crime Investigation Association (HTCIA) having served on its Executive Committee, including as President in 2008. In November 2013, he received the Federal Probation and Pretrial Officers Association’s (FPPOA) top award, the Richard F. Doyle Award, for having made the most significant achievement in, or contribution to, the Federal Probation & Pretrial Services System or the broader field of corrections.

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