Membership Information


Regular: $75/year
Student: $25/year


Regular membership is open to peace officers, investigators, and prosecuting attorneys engaged in the investigation and/or prosecution of criminal activity associated with computers and/or advanced technologies; investigators in law enforcement, regulatory agencies, military, corporate investigations, corporate legal counsel, brand protection, sciences, auditors, prosecutorial offices, and/or consultants. You may not be eligible if you perform criminal defense work.

The purpose of our student charter is to foster, promote, and encourage the study of criminal investigations involving advanced technologies and security by the academic community. Membership also provides valuable networking opportunities that can assist in career advancement. Membership is limited to undergraduate or graduate students majoring in computer science; forensics, criminal justice, law enforcement, corrections, accounting, auditing or similar program of study.


You are strongly recommended to identify two sponsors to list in your application for membership. Sponsors must be current members in good standing. To meet potential sponsors, come to our next meeting, reach out on social media, or contact us via email.

Ethics, Values, and Bylaws

To become a member, you must agree to the HTCIA code of ethics, core values, and bylaws.

Join the Midwest HTCIA Chapter

The tools and techniques used in high tech crime investigations evolve rapidly. Whether you are a corporate or private investigator, digital forensics examiner, network security professional or incident responder, attorney, detective, or educator, an HTCIA membership provides you with access to other professionals for the kinds of information exchanges that solve problems, opportunities to both learn and teach new skills—which keeps everyone sharp, and a new channel through which to promote your and/or your employer’s brand.

Click the button below and select the Midwest Chapter when completing your membership application.