ILook Investigator Computer Forensics Software

IRS-CI Electronic Crimes


Supporting Agencies

Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Electronic Crimes

We thank all the supporting agencies and the many other users who contribute a great deal to ILook


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Supporting Agencies

ILook is a product of thousands of Investigators around the world who use it everyday in every type of criminal investigation.

Without the continuing support of ILook by the IRS-CI Special Agents (CIS's) and other forensics professionals and the following agencies, ILook would not continue to be the tool that it is today.


ILook could not be produced without the direct support of the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, Criminal Investigation Division, Electronic Crimes Program


The Treasury Inspector General for Tax Administration's Strategic Enforcement Division (TIGTA) provides the Internet servers and bandwidth used to distribute the ILook Investigator © Forensic Software. They additionally provide the network security oversight of the website

TIGTA's mission is to provide audit and investigative services that promote economy, efficiency and integrity in the administration of the Internal Revenue Service, the primary tax collection agency of the United States.


Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3)

The Department of Defense Cyber Crime Center (DC3), which was created to better address the proliferation of computer crimes, has three main programs. The DoD Computer Forensics Laboratory (DCFL), DoD Computer Investigations Training Program (DCITP), and DoD Cyber Crime Institute (DCCI) each provide critical training and forensic support to DoD personnel who face computer crime and electronic evidence analysis


National White Collar Crime Center (NW3C)

The mission of NW3C is to provide a nationwide USA support system for agencies involved in the prevention, investigation, and prosecution of economic and high-tech crimes and to support and partner with other appropriate entities in addressing homeland security initiatives, as they relate to economic and high-tech crimes.






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