National White Collar Crime Center Law and Legal Definition

The National White Collar Crime Center is a non-profit organization that trains state and local law enforcement agencies to combat cyber crimes. It equips the state, local, tribal and federal law enforcement agencies with skills and resources they need to tackle emerging economic and cyber crime problems. It is also known as NW3C.

The NW3C is a congressionally funded organization. The National White Collar Crime Center provides training, investigative support, and research to agencies and entities involved in the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of economic and high tech crime.

Additionally, the NW3C provides information on the prevention of cyber crimes to the general public. Victims of crimes can rely on NW3C to help them register internet crime complaints through their IC3 web site.