IBC provides consultation to
attoryneys where cyber-issues are a relevant theme in a legal case.
IBC assists individuals (attorneys, judges, the jury, and clients)
involved with the legal system to clarify issues regarding technology,
sexuality, and the psychology of the Internet. The main services
Legal Case Review
IBC will review all documents related to the case, conduct necessary
research, and generate a report that includes central issues (technological
and psychological), point/counterpoint from defense and/or prosecution,
overall impressions, recommendations, and resources.
Expert Witness Testimony
If appropriate, IBC can provide expert witness testimony in cases
involving illegal behavior related to the Internet, including, but
not limited to, cyber-offense behavior involving minors. Legal Case
review required (see item above).
Coordination of Forensic Evaluation
IBC can help coordinate psychological assessments, psychological
interviews, penile plethysmographs, polygraph examinations, Abel
Screens, and other relevant evaluation tools.
IBC will conduct a comprehensive literature review of psychological
and technical issues related to the specifics of your particular
case. (This does not involve legal research.)
In more complex cases, IBC has developed
a nationwide network of professionals,
including law enforcement and forensic specialists that can be consulted
Internet Behavior Consulting also provides
trainings for law enforcement
officers, probation and parole departments, and attorneys on topics
related to problematic Internet behaviors. IBC can also provide
consultation and training to State and National Licensure Boards,
Impaired Professional Committees, and others whose job it is to
manage clients within government regulated settings. Issues such
as investigation, management, intervention, and legal strategies
are addressed in IBC trainings. Contact
IBC to see how trainings can be customized to the specific needs
of the audience.