Electronic Crime (E-Crimes) Committee


    Provide a national leadership role to the Canadian Law Enforcement Community on criminal activity involving technology.


    1. Help law enforcement agencies across Canada keep up with the ever-changing fast pace of technology and evolving cybercrime threats.
    2. Identify key digital policing and cybercrime gaps and challenges.
    3. Leverage diverse and well-informed perspectives to recognize and examine current and emerging trends and developments, to connect these perspectives to current and potential research and parallel initiatives, with a view to recognizing opportunities and enabling promising practices in social policy, industry priorities, and technologies that will provide greater safety and security in the cyber world.
    4. Enhance front-line officer training to prevent and respond to cybercrime as well as to reduce victimization from cybercrime.


    Chief Scott Tod and Senior Executive Director Paul Boudreau