Helping Rescue Children From Abuse
The Innocent Justice Foundation leverages high technology solutions to help rescue millions of American children who are being sexually abused and prevent future abuse. We work to:
- enable the investigation and prosecution of every child pornography offense in America by taking requests for help from overwhelmed law enforcement agencies, and
- help the public understand the true nature and scope of child pornography crimes and victims in the U.S.
During National Police Week, Innocent Justice thanks all the investigators who track images of children being sexually abused and tortured in order to catch those who prey on our most precious assets -- our children. The Innocent Justice Foundation is proud to support police in their work. You can help with a donation!... Details >
John Kinloch, a 1st grade teacher at Wolf Canyon Elementary School in Chula Vista, Ca, was arrested by the San Diego Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (SDICAC) for posing as a child online, for possession of child pornography and for luring children online, according to authorities.... Details >
Csanadi sexually assaulted three female prepubescent children ages 18 months to 12 years old and video taped the abuse. Csanadi also downloaded child pornography from the Internet, which is how local ICAC investigators discovered him, according to authorities.... Details >
Stewards of Children is a evidence-based; revolutionary interactive prevention program developed by Darkness to Light (www.darknesstolight.org), a national child sexual abuse prevention organization. The program educates adults to prevent, recognize, and react responsibly to child sexual abuse, and to take proactive steps to protect children.... Details >