There are more than 10,000 unsolved crimes in Southern California, most of which are homicides. Unsolved with Steve Gregory highlights cases that have gone cold, hit a brick wall, or just need that one piece of evidence or witness to surface to break the case wide open. The program features law enforcement agencies from Southern California, including the L.A. County Sheriff's Department, the LAPD, the Sheriff departments of Riverside, San Bernardino, and Ventura counties, and federal agencies like the FBI, DEA, and ATF.
Episode 409 of Unsolved with Steve Gregory is part of our ongoing “Crime Fighter Series” – on this episode we highlight Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Sergeant Pete Hish – who leads the Fraud and Cyber Crimes Bureau.
Click here to watch the video version of the entire interview - videotaped live at Morton's Steakhouse in Burbank.
According to the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department, The Fraud and Cyber Crimes Bureau educates and empowers the community to protect themselves from the increasing threats of cybercrime, fraud, and identity theft and increases awareness of how theft, fraud, and other crimes are performed through the use of computers and other electronic devices. The Fraud and Cyber Crimes Bureau works to increase the understanding of how cybercrimes should be reported and what information needs to be provided to investigators and is dedicated to raising awareness of what current scams and techniques are being used by thieves to commit fraud.
CLICK HERE TO LISTEN TO OUR EPISODE WITH SGT. MAHER WHO LEADS THE LASD MAJOR CRIMES BUREAU
The bureau was originally created in 1994 as the Commercial Crimes Bureau, but transitioned to the Fraud and Cyber Crimes Bureau in 2016.