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Cybercrime Unit

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Members of the Manchester Police Department Cybercrime Unit are trained in the recovery of digital evidence from mobile and non-mobile computing devices.  Their mission is to assist in the investigation of crimes that involve the use of such devices at any stage, whether in their planning or commission.  Given that technology is so pervasive in today’s society, there are cyber aspects to virtually all types of crime – from child exploitation to drugs and human trafficking to homicide.  The Cybercrime Unit is part of the NH ICAC (Internet Crimes Against Children) Task Force and works closely with its counterparts from other local, state, and federal agencies to stay abreast of the current best practices in digital evidence recovery.  The Cybercrime Unit is equipped with the latest computer hardware and software forensic tools to find the files hidden on cell phones and computers that perpetrators do not want to be found.

Members of the Cybercrime Unit
Sergeant Peter Flanagan -pflanagan@manchesternh.gov
Detective Adam Cortese - acortese@manchesternh.gov
Detective Lou Krawczyk - lkrawczy@manchesternh.gov