State Attorney General Kamala Harris, right, talks about the tools to combat cyber crimes, with Fresno Chief Jerry Dyer, center, as Department of Justice representatives, at left, listen during her press conference to unveil the Cyber Response Vehicle (CRV), at Fresno State, Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. This will help local law enforcement throughout California perform efficient and advanced criminal investigations with a technology component like e-mail recovery, social media investigations, and advanced mobile forensics.
State Attorney General Kamala Harris, right, talks about the tools to combat cyber crimes, with Fresno Chief Jerry Dyer, center, as Department of Justice representatives, at left, listen during her press conference to unveil the Cyber Response Vehicle (CRV), at Fresno State, Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. This will help local law enforcement throughout California perform efficient and advanced criminal investigations with a technology component like e-mail recovery, social media investigations, and advanced mobile forensics. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
State Attorney General Kamala Harris, right, talks about the tools to combat cyber crimes, with Fresno Chief Jerry Dyer, center, as Department of Justice representatives, at left, listen during her press conference to unveil the Cyber Response Vehicle (CRV), at Fresno State, Monday, Oct. 10, 2016. This will help local law enforcement throughout California perform efficient and advanced criminal investigations with a technology component like e-mail recovery, social media investigations, and advanced mobile forensics. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
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