Cyber Crime Unit
Cyber Pursue: Investigations
The Cyber Pursue team have responsibility for investigating serious and cross-border cyber crime. They work with regional, national and international partners to do so. The eForensic team provide specialist capabilities in the examination of digital technologies both to the Cyber Pursue team and our constituent Police Services.
You cannot report incidents directly – cases are taken only by referral from Action Fraud or other Law Enforcement bodies
Find out more about protecting your organisation from cyber attack and being prepared for and resilient to cyber incidents. Learn about our services for relevant sectors.
We have comprehensive advice for individuals in their personal and professional lives as to how to improve cyber security and safety online.
The national Cyber Choices network aims to:
- Educate young people about the dangers and penalties of getting involved in cyber crime
- Educate young people about opportunities in cyber security
- Divert those on the cusp of committing cyber crime
- Manage the highest risk cyber offenders
Find out about the law online, cyber security careers and contact the team
You cannot make any direct reports to SEROCU. All fraud or cybercrime should be reported to the national reporting centre in Action Fraud. There are special circumstances for an incident happening now. Find out more: