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Idaho Lawmakers Get Sobering News

On Monday, Detective Tim Brady, representing the Fraternal Order of Police, briefed Idaho lawmakers on the growing crisis of Internet crimes against children.  “In 2003, it’s estimated that there were 3,600 images of child pornography. Only two years later, there were 6.5 million,” said Brady, estimating 60,000 new images hit the web every month. The… Continue Reading Idaho Lawmakers Get Sobering News

Mar, 02, 2011

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NH ICAC Appoints Multi-Agency Committee

The N.H. Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, commanded by Det. Corey MacDonald of the Portsmouth Police Department, recently appointed a Case Review Committee in an effort to crack down on Internet child exploitation.  The committee, comprised of volunteers from state, local and county law enforcement agencies, as well as the U.S. district attorney and the NH attorney general,   will provide… Continue Reading NH ICAC Appoints Multi-Agency Committee

Mar, 01, 2011

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Congrats To Tulare Officer!

 The Central California ICAC (Internet Crimes Against Children) Task Force awarded Tulare Detective  Brian Haney the Investigator of the Year Award last week.  Haney works with 9 law enforcement agencies in the central California region to investigate predators using the Internet to abuse children. Haney, a recent addition to the ICAC Task Force two years ago,… Continue Reading Congrats To Tulare Officer!

Feb, 25, 2011

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SHIFT Training Attendee Wins Free InfaDyne!

Michelle Vojir (pictured left), with the Auburn (WA) Police Department, was the lucky winner of a FREE CD/DVD Inspector by InfinaDyne at our Washington State SHIFT Training  on Thursday, February 10, 2011! The InfinaDyne CD/DVD Inspector is professional software for intensive analysis and extraction of data from CDs & DVDs tailored for professionals in data recovery, forensics, and… Continue Reading SHIFT Training Attendee Wins Free InfaDyne!

Feb, 14, 2011

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LA High School Dean/Football Coach Arrested

According to the Los Angeles Times, Brad Ratcliff, 53, a Los Angeles area high school dean & successful prep football coach was arrested earlier this week on child pornography charges.   Ratcliff is currently a dean at West Adams Prep in Pico-Union, and has also served as an executive officer of the  Los Angeles Football Coaches Association. A search of… Continue Reading LA High School Dean/Football Coach Arrested

Feb, 10, 2011

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Legislation Would Speed Up Catching WV Internet Predators

Legislation is moving forward in West Virginia to help speed up the process of catching Internet child predators.  Very often when these predators are caught online, police may have proof, but are forced to wait days – sometimes months – before they can make an arrest.  The problem?  Gettting the subpoenas to find out the… Continue Reading Legislation Would Speed Up Catching WV Internet Predators

Feb, 08, 2011

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Thank You Social Media Fans!

Thank you to all of our Innocent Justice social media friends! We’ve just passed (or nearing) a few milestones! Continue Reading Thank You Social Media Fans!

Feb, 07, 2011

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Child Pornography Prosecutions Soaring

The number of federal child pornography (sexual abuse and torture image/video) cases has exploded during the last 15 years as Congress passed mandatory 5 minimum sentences and federal authorities have declared such investigations a priority.   While the number of cases is still dwarfed by drug and immigration cases flooding federal courts,  no other crime is growing at the 2,500 percent… Continue Reading Child Pornography Prosecutions Soaring

Feb, 07, 2011

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A Look Into Houston ICAC’s Hi-tech War Against Child Predators

The KHOU.com News I-Team recently followed the Houston Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force’s arrest of  Daniel Lloyd Irvin, a Continental Airlines mechanic.  When investigators swarmed his home, they ran searches on five different computers in his home and found hundreds of images of child sexual abuse and torture on his personal laptop computer; but they already… Continue Reading A Look Into Houston ICAC’s Hi-tech War Against Child Predators

Dec, 17, 2010

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UPDATE 12-15-10: It all comes down to this

In the next few days, the Senate is planning to vote on an “omnibus spending bill.” Contained in that bill is $60 million in desperately-needed child rescue funding that PROTECT fought for all during 2010.

If the omnibus fails, state and local law enforcement resources for fighting child exploitation will be slashed in half. Thousands of children will be left in the hands of sexual predators, simply because the Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Forces didn’t have the people to go rescue them… even though they know where they are.

That’s why we need you to call these Senators, who we believe might help us… Continue Reading UPDATE 12-15-10: It all comes down to this

Dec, 15, 2010

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