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San Diego ICAC & Police Foundation Kick Off National Internet Safety Month!

The San Diego Internet Crimes Against Children Task force and San Diego Police Foundation will kick off National Internet Safety Month with the launch of SafetyNet eLearning, a free online Internet safety guide for  parents, educators and concerned adults. The launch event, on Wednesday, June 1, 2011 6:00 – 7:45 p.m at La Jolla Muirlands Middle School, will… Continue Reading San Diego ICAC & Police Foundation Kick Off National Internet Safety Month!

Win A Free Cellebrite UFED Forensic System!

The Innocent Justice Foundation will be giving away one Cellebrite UFED Forensic System, a $5,000 value, to one lucky attendee at our upcoming SHIFT Training at the 2011 National Strategy Conference on Combating Child Exploitation in San Jose, CA, May 16-20, 2011.  The 3 hour workshop, titled SHIFT: Mental Health & Wellness Solutions for Individuals… Continue Reading Win A Free Cellebrite UFED Forensic System!

Utah’s Largest Child Pornography Bust In State’s History

According to the Utah Attorney General’s Office, authorities have just completed the largest child pornography bust in that state’s history.  Operation FrostyLime Squeeze, led by the Utah Internet Crimes Against Children’s Task Force which coordinated participation from over 37 federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies, the investigation resulted in nearly 40 arrests and a staggering amount… Continue Reading Utah’s Largest Child Pornography Bust In State’s History

TSA Agent Charged For Uploading Child Pornography To Facebook

Thomas Gordon, Jr., a TSA agent working at the Philadelphia International Airport, has been arrested and charged with distributing more than 100 child sexual abuse images on the social networking site Facebook.   Officials say he uploaded pornographic images of young girls to various Facebook accounts, and even appeared in one image wearing his blue TSA uniform. The… Continue Reading TSA Agent Charged For Uploading Child Pornography To Facebook

CT Man In Court For Assaulting Mutiple Child Victims & Child Pornography

David Csanadi, 34, of Newton, CT, appeared in Danbury court on Monday for sexually assaulting multiple child victims and was described by the presiding Judge Susan Quinn Cobb as a “predator and danger to society.” Judge Cobb declined the bail commissioner’s request to lower his $1 million bond amount by half. Csanadi was charged with… Continue Reading CT Man In Court For Assaulting Mutiple Child Victims & Child Pornography

Sign & Share Our Petition!

Due to lack of resources, law enforcement can only investigate less than 1% of child sexual abuse and exploitation cases, leaving millions of innocent children vulnerable.

If you care about the safety of our children, please take a moment now to sign and share our petition!
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Lucky Detective Wins Free Camtasia Studio Software At NM SHIFT Training!

Detective Bill Daleske (pictured left) of Chaves County Sheriff’s Department was the lucky winner of a Camtasia Studio license by TechSmith on March 30, 2011 at the SHIFT Regional Training at the Sheraton Albuquerque Airport Hotel in Albuquerque, NM. The Camtasia Studio software allows you to record anything on your PC screen along with webcam and audio.  The product is… Continue Reading Lucky Detective Wins Free Camtasia Studio Software At NM SHIFT Training!

Mexican Activist Takes On Facebook’s Sexual Predators

Mexican journalist, author and activist Lydia Cacho is taking on social media giant Facebook, saying that the company allows sexual predators to operate freely on their site.  She recently told media that many images of child pornography can be found on sites like Facebook, MySpace and Twitter. Cacho explained that when Facebook finds a page containing images of child… Continue Reading Mexican Activist Takes On Facebook’s Sexual Predators

Lucky SHIFT Attendee Wins Free WebCase License!

Digital Forensic Specialist Elise Feetham (pictured left) with the New England State Police Information Network, was the lucky winner of a WebCase license by Vere Software on March 24, 2011 at the SHIFT Regional Training at the Marriott Courtyard in Marlborough, MA. WebCase® was designed by experienced law enforcement professionals to help you collect Internet information in a… Continue Reading Lucky SHIFT Attendee Wins Free WebCase License!

URGENT ACTION: Tell CA Lawmakers To Vote “No” On AB109 – The Public Safety Realignment!

On 3/16/11, the California state legislature voted to move Assembly Bill 109 forward, which includes a public safety “realignment” proposal intended to shift the burden of incarceration and parole supervision from the state to local counties, all in an effort to balance the budget. Continue Reading URGENT ACTION: Tell CA Lawmakers To Vote “No” On AB109 – The Public Safety Realignment!

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