Online Crime Case Management
Our Online Crime Case Management Service, was established due to an influx of cyber crime situations that fell into a Grey area.
This Grey area consists of circumstances where online crime incidents are presented to police, but for reasons and situational resourcing, the matters have gone unmanaged.
This may be due to reporting persons unsure if their matter is for legal process, or the Case has an overwhelming amount of material to sift through, which will take an extensive time for police to manage.
Our Online Crime Case Management Service, offers a conduit between a cyber crime case and police. We streamline the situation with the relevant documentation, packaged in a format that is convenient for police to investigate and removes ambiguity for all parties involved.
Our Full Case Management – is sought after and is unique in the compilation of relevant documentation, reports, notes and captured evidence needed for the law to take action. This supports police in time management and gains a structured and streamlined set of documents for legal process of your online crime incident.
Have your Case managed by one of Australia’s foremost specialists in digital safety and cybercrime prevention – Janita Docherty. Janita’s knowledge of police procedure and social media evidence collection, has assisted in online abuse situations and successful prosecutions.. read more about Janita Docherty here
Scheduled bookings for this service are via email only, where a document requesting an outline of the case will be required. This overview and initial response or guidance regarding your cyber crime incident, is free of charge.
Further involvement in management of a Case, or further assembly of Case documentation, will be discussed along with fee schedules, dependant on the complexity and measurable time of each Case.
Contact CyberActive Services for your Online Crime Case Management enquiry HERE
Please note: Our Services are NOT to be used in lieu of first contacting Police, or contacting a relevant online government agency such as – ACORN or the Australian Office of the eSafety Commissioner. It is also imperative to note we are not lawyers and do not take on matters of criminal conduct involving domestic violence, child protection incidents or sexual offences.