A product of the Live Computer System Capture and Triage Tool (CCTT) project.
It's an all-too-common situation: a law enforcement officer receives a complaint from a victim of Internet fraud or harassment, and while the officer does his best to capture the details, valuable information on the victim's computer goes uncaptured and never gets to those with the expertise to decipher it. When faced with this scenario, many law enforcement first responders (LEFRs) are left scratching their heads, unable to do anything but take down the most basic information.
CLEW is a force multiplier that gives every officer the ability to respond to computer-based crimes. With CLEW, officers can
NCSA is developing CLEW in collaboration with federal, state, and local law enforcement professionals from Illinois and Missouri.
For more information about CLEW, contact Randal Butler, CCTT Project Director and Co-Director, NCSA Cybersecurity Directorate.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: (217)244-8285
The Live Computer System Capture and Triage Tool is a collaboration between NCSA and the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Springfield, IL Division. The CCTT project team at NCSA received critical input and advice on CCTT's design from members of several local law enforcement agencies, including the FBI Springfield, IL Division; the Champaign County, IL Sheriff's Office; the Illinois State Police; the City of St. Louis, MO Metropolitan Police Department; the University of Illinois Police Department; and the City of Urbana, IL Police Department.
The CCTT project is funded by a grant from the National Institute of Justice.