Campaigns

FraudSupport.org

A Resource Database for Cybercrime Victims and Law Enforcement

As a public-private nonprofit organization, CSN has created FraudSupport.org as the first nationwide initiative developed specifically to help cybercrime victims through a process of “Report, Recover, and Reinforce” after an incident occurs.

Through this platform, CSN is utilizing a first-of-its-kind cybercrime reporting database that enables sharing up-to-date threat intelligence with government, industry, federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies.

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Rhode Island 2-1-1

Rhode Island is the very first state to make cybercrime victims a priority in Victim of Crime Act funding, giving Cybercrime Support Network (CSN) an opportunity to demonstrate the ability to utilize the existing national 2-1-1 infrastructure as a platform to support cybercrime and online fraud victims.

Cybercrime and online fraud are reprehensible crimes that prey on vulnerable populations. They are stealth crimes -- that leave struggling victims with few resources for economic or emotional recovery. The Rhode Island Cybercrime Victim Support Initiative proposes an innovative solution to aid victims through a partnership between Blackstone Valley Advocacy Center, United Way Rhode Island 2-1-1, and CSN. This program responds to the U.S. Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) Vision 21 Final Report challenging the field to “become more knowledgeable about the reach and impact of crimes new to the victim services landscape.”

Before the end of 2019, Rhode Island will be the first state in the country to have one number for cybercrime and online fraud victims to call and reach the appropriate resource for help. By 2021, it is the hope of all the partners that 2-1-1 will be the national number used by all American cybercrime victims to get the help they need.

Please Note: 2-1-1 is not taking calls for cybercrime just yet! We are working on training and bringing together Rhode Island resources. Be on the lookout for public service announcements later in the spring of 2019, and we look forward to helping you. If you are in Rhode Island, please visit: https://uwri.org/ for further information.

Rhode Island Cybercrime
Victim Support Initiative  

An innovative solution
to aid victims of cybercrime.