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The New York Times Features DPS’ Cyber Crime Efforts

Monday February 5, 2018

The Department of Public Safety and Commissioner Keith Squires were highlighted by the New York Times for their efforts in cyber crime. Read more about why it is critical for businesses and the public to report cyber offenses.

“Utah’s chief law enforcement officer was deep in the fight against opioids when he realized that a lack of data on internet sales of Fentanyl was hindering investigations. So the officer, Keith D. Squires, the state’s public safety commissioner, created a team of analysts to track and chronicle online distribution patterns of the drug.”

To read the full article by the New York Times, click here.

If you have a offense or believe you have been a victim of a cyber crime, please report it to DPS by call our tipline: 833-DPS-SAFE.

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