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The police on the growing problem: Report it all

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the Danes are on the internet like never before, and therefore it can come as no surprise that more and more people are exposed to crime over the internet.

A study made by The Crime prevention Council from 2017, indicates that the majority of forms of cyber-crime are increased from 2014 to 2017, and about 4.5 percent of the danes were victims of cybercrime in 2017 - equivalent to around 190,000 people. Despite this, The Crime prevention Council survey, only 36 percent of the cases of cyber crime being reviewed.

It has among other things led to the fact that the police have opened an entire new department called the National center for it-related economic crime (LCIK) 8. January 2019.

LCIK recommend that you declare all forms of cybercrime.

- You must always report it, if you have been cheated, says Trine Møller, center director for the LCIK, to Ekstra Bladet.

- What if you 'only' have lost a small amount, say 200 dollars?

Then one should still report it. It may well be that it might 'only' 200 dollars, you have lost, but if now, several hundred have lost 200 dollars to the same person, then it just suddenly scams for a lot of money, says Trine Møller.

Within the new LCIK opened, then it was every single police district, who treated the cases of Cyber crime. Therefore, the purpose of LCIK to 'do the work more focused and unified, and ease the workload in the local community, which has long been weighed down by the stacks of cases of internet fraud', writes the police, the trade magazine of the Danish Police.

It means that instead of each police district deal with cases of cybercrime, the ends of all the cases of cyber crime LCIK.

Therefore calls on the Trine Møller to use the police new anmeldelsesportal on the police website, if you have been the victim of internet fraud.

- You log on with its Easy-ID, and then sends its review to us. When we get the notifications, refer them, and if there is anything criminal, so we gather together a sagspakke of the reviews that we send out to the police, who must take care of charges and possible arrests, she says.

A hypothetical example of this could be a scammer from the North, who have defrauded people from all over Denmark. LCIK collects reviews from all over the country, tracks the flow of funds back to the fraudster in the north of Jutland, and sends the information to The Police, who are handling the matter away.

There are several types of crime, one should be aware of when you are heading out on the big internet.

that is Why we here at Ekstra Bladet total, the six different types of cybercrime. We have written the police council down, so you can avoid being deceived.

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