National White Collar Crime Center
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The National White Collar Crime Center, also known as NW3C, is a congressionally funded non-profit corporation which trains state and local law enforcement agencies to combat emerging economic and cyber crime problems. The NW3C provides the general public with information and research on preventing economic and cyber crime. Their partnership[clarification needed] with the Internet Crime Complaint Center, allows Internet crime victims to submit their reports to the appropriate local, state, and federal authorities.
The National White Collar Crime Center provides training, investigative support, and research to organizations involved in preventing, investigating and prosecuting economic and high tech crime.
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- Bureau of Justice Assistance
- Federal Bureau of Investigation
- Fraternal Order of Police
- International Association of Chiefs of Police
- Internet Crime Complaint Center
- National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives
- National Sheriffs' Association
- "National White Collar Crime Center". Nw3c.org. Retrieved 2012-03-10.
- Official website
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