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  • Title: FACCI
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  • Title: Florida Association of Computer
    Descriptive info: Florida Association of Computer Crime Investigators, Inc..

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  • Title: The Florida Association of Compu
    Descriptive info: The Florida Association of Computer Crime Investigators (FACCI) is a not-for-profit association which was formed for the purpose of providing training, resource sharing, legal updates, and networking opportunities to aid Florida law enforcement agencies and corporations in conducting computer crime investigations.. Membership in FACCI is open to all federal, state, and local law enforcement officers, criminal analysts and prosecutors, as well as corporate security professionals with a primary responsibility of computer security.. (Click here to view the requirements for private sector FACCI membership.. ).. An annual t.. raining conferences.. is.. held.. in the Summer of each.. year and consist of.. three.. days of training on current issues relating to computer crime, technology and legal updates, vendor updates, resource sharing, intelligence exchange, and a FACCI business meeting.. Every effort is made to provide the most up-to-date training  ...   the Local Chapters link on the left side of the page.. MEMBERSHIP UPDATE PAGE.. FACCI Members: If you have moved, changed jobs, or most importantly changed email addresses, please let us know.. If you are not receiving FACCI email bulletins, then we don't have your current email address; please provide it to us so that we can keep you informed.. To make the process quick and easy, we have added a.. Member Update.. page to the web site.. Contact Information.. Telephone.. (352) 357-0500.. Postal address.. P.. O.. Box 1503, Bartow, Fl.. 33831-1503.. Electronic mail.. STUDENTS PLEASE NOTE:.. FACCI is an all volunteer organization.. As such, we regret that we do not have the resources available to answer your emails requesting assistance with your assignments.. FOR REPORTING ONLINE FRAUD:.. Internet Fraud Complaint Center.. General Information:.. rehman@surveil.. com..

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  • Title: STUDENTS PLEASE NOTE
    Descriptive info: FOR REPORTING ONLINE FRAUD:.. Send mail to.. info@facci.. org.. with questions or comments about FACCI.. webmaster@facci.. with questions or comments about this web site.. Copyright 1998-20.. 10..

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  • Title: History
    Descriptive info: Statement of Purpose.. WHEREAS.. , computer related crime has been recognized as having become a legitimate concern for the citizens of the State of Florida,.. , there is a need for a coordinated response to the problem of computer related crime, including the exchange of information, networking, resource sharing, training, prevention efforts, and increased awareness,..  ...   for members of the private sector responsible for computer security within their own organizations,.. THEREFORE.. , be it resolved that the Florida Association of Computer Crime Investigators is formed for the purpose of providing investigative resources, training, information sharing, and other worthwhile benefits to its membership to further efforts in combating computer related crime in Florida..

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  • Title: History
    Descriptive info: FACCI was formed in early 1990 by individual law enforcement officers, prosecutors and corporate security representatives in response to concerns about the use of computers and other high technology by very diverse types of criminals.. FACCI's founding members envisioned a multi-disciplined team approach to the ever-increasing plethora of computer and computer-supported crime.. Emphasis was, and is, on defining the processes of identifying when such crimes have occurred, investigating them, and developing sufficient admissible  ...   of highly trained and self-motivated individuals who could assist law enforcement with high-tech crime, negating the perpetual problem of agencies having to go begging for help when high-tech crimes occur.. It was also envisioned that FACCI would work with our legislators concerning legal issues from the law enforcement and prosecutorial perspective.. FACCI's mission also includes fostering and encouraging like organizations in other states, and networking with other organizations outside the State of Florida..

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  • Title: Bylaws
    Descriptive info: FACCI BYLAWS.. November 16, 1998.. I.. MEMBERSHIP QUALIFICATIONS.. Membership in the Florida Association of Computer Crime Investigators (FACCI) shall be limited to persons who are of high moral character and are in one of the following categories:.. A.. SWORN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS (Civil and Military).. Those employees of the United States, or a political subdivision thereof, vested with the authority to investigate criminal violations, bear arms, and effect arrests.. B.. NONSWORN GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES (Civil and Military).. Those full time employees of the United States or a political subdivision thereof, who are involved in (a) the investigation and/or prosecution of criminal activity in which computers and/or other advanced technologies are utilized and/or (b) the security of computer systems.. C.. PRIVATE SECTOR EMPLOYEES.. Those individuals that are employed by private or public corporations whose primary duties are for the security of computer related resources within their organization or who are engaged in computer related investigations.. Individuals who are engaged in computer related investigations, other than internal corporate investigations, must have written sponsorship by an Active FACCI member and provide documentation of having conducted a minimum of three computer related investigations for Fortune 1000 clients.. The individual must be a citizen of the United States or employed by an American business.. D.. INTERNATIONAL.. Those full time employees of a nation, other than the United States, or a political subdivision thereof, vested with the authority to investigate criminal violations, bear arms, and effect arrests.. Those full time employees of any nation, other than the United States, or a political subdivision thereof, who are involved in (a) the investigation and/or prosecution of criminal activity in which computers and/or other advanced technologies are utilized and/or (b) the security of computer systems.. The Board of Directors shall consider such factors as the United States Department of State s classification of a nation in determining whether to grant or continue membership for international members.. E.. OTHER.. Any other individual whose membership is desirable and beneficial to the organization.. Membership under this category is only available by invitation of the Board of Directors.. Persons who apply for membership shall be granted membership subject to the approval of a majority of the Board of Directors.. No applicant will be denied membership on the basis of sex, color, race, religion, or ethnic origin.. II.. MEMBERSHIP STATUS.. ACTIVE.. Members who attend at least one FACCI Conference every two years shall be in Active status.. Active members will receive notices of all meetings and all other privileges reserved for Active members.. ACTIVE-RETIRED.. Active members who retire from the position that qualified them for FACCI membership shall be in Retired status.. To remain in Retired status, Retired members must attend at least one FACCI Conference every two years.. Retired members will receive notices of all meetings and all other privileges reserved for Active members.. ACTIVE-LIFETIME.. At its discretion, the Board of Directors may confer Lifetime status upon any FACCI member.. Lifetime status shall be used as a means to recognize those members who have made significant contributions to FACCI.. Lifetime members are exempt from any membership dues, conference registration fees, or other costs.. Lifetime members will receive notices of all meetings and all other privileges reserved for Active members.. INACTIVE.. Members that have not attended at least one FACCI Conference in two years will be placed in Inactive status.. To be returned to Active or Retired status, Inactive members must go through the new member application process, including the payment of seventy-five percent (75%) of the current membership fee.. III.. OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS.. The Officers of the Florida Association of Computer Crime Investigators shall consist of-.. President.. Vice-President.. Secretary.. Treasurer.. Training Coordinator.. The term for each office shall be two (2) years.. The officers  ...   meeting notice of the next scheduled meeting, and at the next scheduled meeting.. The proposed changes will become final if approved by the majority of the qualified voting membership present at the meeting at which the vote was taken.. GENERAL BUSINESS.. All other votes on general business of the Association shall pass by a majority of Active members present at any general meeting.. V.. ASSOCIATION MONIES.. MEMBERSHIP FEE.. The Board of Directors shall establish a one-time membership fee to be collected from all new members when they join the organization.. This fee, less a twenty-five percent (25%) discount, shall also apply to inactive members applying to be reinstated to active status.. MEMBERSHIP DUES.. There shall be no dues collected for membership in the Florida Association of Computer Crime Investigators until such time that it is deemed necessary by the Board of Directors for the execution and continuation of the organization's goals and purposes.. MAINTENANCE DISBURSEMENT OF FUNDS.. Disbursement of funds shall require the approval of the majority of the Board of Directors.. The Treasurer, as custodian of the Association's funds, shall disburse the funds in accordance with the decisions of the Board of Directors.. The alternate shall be the Vice-President.. Both names shall be on the signatory authority of the bank account.. The Treasurer shall pay all legitimate financial obligations of the organization.. All officers, as agents of the organization, have a fiduciary responsibility to the Association.. In this capacity, no officer shall commit the Association to financial obligations without the majority approval of the Board of Directors.. VI.. TRAINING.. Training of members shall be a primary goal of the Association.. Each meeting of the Association shall include a training element.. VII.. MEETINGS.. TIME LOCATION.. Meetings will be held twice a year.. Meetings will be held at a place and time determined by the Board of Directors.. Meetings may be held in any location within the State of Florida, and may be hosted by employing agencies/companies of members.. ATTENDANCE.. Only FACCI members, or those individuals who would qualify for membership under Category A, B, C, or D of Section I may attend FACCI meetings.. The Board of Directors may make exceptions to this policy for individuals.. SENSITIVE INFORMATION TRAINING SESSIONS.. The Board may designate specific training sessions during a meeting as having sensitive information.. Such sessions shall be limited to attendance by those members who are in Category A or B of Section I, those attendees that would qualify for membership in Category A or B of Section I, and others specified by the Board of Directors.. The sensitive sessions may be held after the conclusion of the regular meeting.. If they are held during the regular meeting, an alternate session will be provided for those attendees not eligible to participate in the sensitive session.. VIII.. STANDARDS OF CONDUCT.. The Association shall promulgate.. Standards of Conduct.. These standards will be developed by the Board of Directors and approved by the membership at a regular meeting.. Modifications to the standards may be made at regular meetings.. The obtaining of employment that is, in the opinion of the Board of Directors, in conflict with the stated purposes and/or goals of FACCI shall disqualify an individual from continued membership.. If the Board of Directors finds a member to have violated the Standards of Conduct, they may suspend or terminate that individual's membership.. VIV.. STATEMENT OF DISCLAIMER.. This Association is created to act in a support capacity to the already existing criminal justice and governmental agencies within the State of Florida, and in no way will be placed in a position of endorsement or enhancement to the commercial purposes of any given computer firm or other private commercial venture.. CLICK HERE FOR THE FACCI STANDARDS OF CONDUCT..

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  • Title: Conduct
    Descriptive info: FACCI STANDARDS OF CONDUCT.. The Florida Association of Computer Crime Investigators, Inc.. (FACCI) is established for the purpose of furthering the knowledge and skills of those individuals engaged in the investigation of computer crimes, the prosecution of computer crimes, and the securing computer of systems against computer crimes.. The ultimate goal of every FACCI member shall be justice: the conviction of parties that committed the crime(s) that they are charged with and the acquittal of parties that did not commit the crime(s) that they are charged with.. Nothing in these Standards of Conduct shall be construed as prohibiting members from assisting in the criminal defense of a person  ...   formulation of defense strategies and questions aimed at attacking the investigation and/or investigators in an attempt to divert the focus from the issue of guilt.. Any person convicted of a felony shall not be eligible for membership and any member who is or has been convicted of a felony shall have their membership immediately terminated.. The knowledge and expertise of FACCI members shall be used to ensure that thorough and professional investigations of computer related crimes are conducted.. Members shall treat information and training received from FACCI with appropriate care to ensure that it is only used in the furtherance of pursuits that are within FACCI's goals and purposes..

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  • Title: Board
    Descriptive info: FACCI Officers.. 200.. 8.. -20.. PRESIDENT.. -.. Doug Rehman.. President.. Rehman Technology Services, Inc.. VICE PRESIDENT -.. Paul Henry.. Principle.. Forensics Recovery LLC.. EXECUTIVE SECRETARY -.. Vic Johnson.. Biscayne Professional Associates.. TREASURER -.. Jeanette Dugas.. Chief I.. nvestigator.. State Attorney's Office, 10th Circuit.. TRAINING.. DIRECTOR.. Bob Graham.. Sergeant.. Sarasota.. County Sheriff's Office.. LEGAL ADVISOR -.. Tom Sadaka.. Berger Singerman, PA..

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