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Cyber Crimes Center

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Adam Polakovsky's comment, April 3, 2014 1:58 PM
The Cyber Crimes unit stems from the Cyber Crimes Center and heads investigations involving international crime enterprises. They help provide training and knowledge to organizations merging into the cyber crime fighting world. They cover a wide array of fields including identity and benefit document fraud,money laundering, and narcotics trafficking.
Adam Polakovsky's comment, April 3, 2014 2:17 PM
The C3 contains a Child Exploitation Investigations Unit that focuses on child pornography, child exploitation, and child pornography tourism. The organization takes advantage of its advanced investigative skills to target offenders using websites, chat rooms, emails, and file sharing apps. The unit also partners with other government agencies, foreign agencies, and non-profit organizations to bring these scum bags to justice.
Adam Polakovsky's comment, April 3, 2014 2:21 PM
The C3 possesses another unit that aids in the problem solving within our digital world know as the Computer Forensics Unit. This unit works to alleviate the challenges of investigating and collecting evidence from a huge data base of devices that could be encrypted tightly by any user. The database is ever expanding and it is becoming harder to cover the digital footprint, but becoming easier for users to hide there actions,legal or not.
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Inside the Mind of a Criminal | Mind Read | Learn Science at Scitable

Inside the Mind of a Criminal | Mind Read | Learn Science at Scitable | FBI Agent of Cyber Security Aspect 2 | Scoop.it
Can activity in a certain area of the brain predict the risk for reoffense in convicted criminals? Most likely no.
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Adam Polakovsky's comment, April 3, 2014 9:00 AM
The criminal justice program of the U.S. focuses on punishment and reform. society accepts that if you served time for your wrong doing, you are rehabilitated and able to rejoin normal society. Some however, never are corrected and often end up behind bars more than once in there lifetime.
Adam Polakovsky's comment, April 3, 2014 9:03 AM
Parole boards hold the upper hand when allowing individual criminals to rejoin society. They attempt to weed out those who are multiple offenders, and the ones who's crimes suggest a psychological deficiency, causing them to offend again. First time offenders, or "minor" screw ups tend to be more easily excused.
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Adam Polakovsky's comment, March 16, 2014 8:54 PM
The duty of the FBI is extremely vital our society today. The work of a special agent is often very sensitive. This provides a need for a top secret security clearance.
Adam Polakovsky's comment, March 16, 2014 8:59 PM
It is only after you are offered a position of employment that a strict background check will be initiated. They check for mishaps in a polygraph test, illegal drugs, and financial records. They even interview former colleagues, friends, family, professors, teachers, and neighbors.
Adam Polakovsky's comment, March 16, 2014 9:02 PM
The background checks include certain automatic disqualifiers. If you are convicted of a felony or have ever failed a urinalysis, count your self out. If you are a guy who failed to sign up for the selective service when you turned 18, you're out too.
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Inside the Mind of a Terrorist

Inside the Mind of a Terrorist | FBI Agent of Cyber Security Aspect 2 | Scoop.it
The National Interest is a bimonthly foreign-policy journal offering cutting edge analysis of politics, national security and economics.
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Adam Polakovsky's comment, April 3, 2014 8:45 AM
We ask what kind of person can willingly explode himself to harm others? What retched human being can lack such moral respect for humanity? This man is smart and a logical thinker, so how is it possible for him to have a mindset for killing and suicide?
Adam Polakovsky's comment, April 3, 2014 8:49 AM
The idea of human physical well being is not viewed by him the same as "normal" society. He sees it as a tool of destruction for the greater good, not for individual opinion. His body is a tool provided to him by a greater being to carry out a mission.
Adam Polakovsky's comment, April 3, 2014 8:56 AM
<br>He is sending out a call for attention from the public eye. A terrorist knows he can take advantage of societal pity, emotions, and especially fear. He knows society can't accept his obvious disregard for human mortality, but he uses that as a psychological advantage.
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