Status regarding Budapest ConventionStatus : NA See legal profile
Honduras has not yet adopted a cybercrime strategy. Draft Bill on Cybersecurity in deliberation process.
State of cybercrime legislation
New Criminal Code adopted and went into force from November 2019, with introduction of most elements of substantive law.
The new Penal Code in force since 2019 addresses most of the substantive law elements, addressing offences of illegal access, illegal interception, system/data interference and misuse of devices, as well as computer fraud and offences of child pornography.
Honduras does not have measures related to electronic evidence regulated in Decree 1999-12-30 Criminal Procedure Code of the Republic of Honduras.
Cybercrime Unit, National Police Division of Investigations (DPI)
Investigative Forensics Unit, National Police Division of Investigations (DPI)
Sources and links
Honduras cyber policy portal profile
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- Cybercrime website
- Template: Mutual Legal Assistance Request for subscriber information (Art. 31 Budapest Convention). English and bilingual versions available.
- Template: Data Preservation Request (Articles 29 and 30 Budapest Convention). English and bilingual versions available.