The Protect Network 

Every Police Force now has a dedicated cybercrime unit, which investigate and pursue offenders and help businesses and victims to protect themselves from attacks. Within these teams, each Force has a dedicated Cybercrime Protect Officer whose role is to raise awareness of cyber Security.

Protect Officers are your local point of contact to receive tailored support and guidance relevant to your geographical area. You can also get free access to your local Protect Officer through any of the NEBRC Membership packages. 

Dannielle Lee

Cyber Protect Officer for South Yorkshire Police

 

Dannielle Lee joined South Yorkshire Police as a Cyber Protect Officer

in January 2020. 

 

Her role involves delivering cyber crime protection information to

communities and businesses across the South Yorkshire force area

through presentations, meetings and calls. She is also experienced in

sharing messages with the wider public through social media and community alerts.

 

In addition, Dannielle provides personalised, one-to-one advice and support to previous victims of cyber crime to prevent them from becoming a repeat victim.

 

Dannielle has a BA(Hons) degree in Criminal Justice and has completed the NPCC's Foundation in Computing and Networking and Cyber Crime Protect and Prepare courses. Her role covers the Protect and Prevent stands of the '4 Ps' counter-fraud strategy of 'Pursue, Protect, Prevent and Prepare'.

 

Dannielle has always lived in South Yorkshire and is passionate about providing a public service and making a difference in her local area. Before becoming a Cyber Protect Officer, Dannielle spent a year and a half as a Community Safety Volunteer for the force and was also a helpline volunteer at the Sheffield Rape and Sexual Abuse Centre. 

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