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2024 ICAC Task Force Training Conferences in the U.S.

Posted by ADF Solutions on October 31, 2023
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2024 (1)The U.S. Department of Justice launched the ICAC Task Force program in 1998 to help law enforcement learn how to prevent, combat, and investigate Internet Crimes Against Children.  ICAC Task Force training is scheduled regionally across the United States each year. 

The ICAC conferences are excellent law enforcement conferences that are announced each year and include training and events held in:

  • Wisconsin ICAC Conference (April 16-28, 2024 | Appleton, Wisconsin)
  • 36th Annual Crimes Against Children Conference (August 2024 | Dallas, Texas)
  • National Law Enforcement Training on Child Exploitation [NLETC] (Date TBD | Atlanta, Georgia)
  • Florida ICAC Training Symposium (Moved to December 2024 TBD| Orlando, Florida) 
  • Northwest Regional ICAC Conference (October 6-11, 2024 | Redmond, Washington)

See all conference dates and training options at 

The fight against Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) is important, ongoing, and complex. Regional ICAC law enforcement conferences provide law enforcement professionals (police, sheriffs, prosecutors, etc.) with excellent opportunities to learn from peers and industry experts, network with other officers from their state and region, and see the latest vendor technology to help them in their digital investigations. 

Learn More: Solving Crimes Against Children


ADF digital forensic software is highly regarded and widely utilized by ICAC Task Forces across North America to solve investigations effectively and efficiently. With its rapid triage and digital evidence investigation software, ADF provides law enforcement professionals with powerful tools to combat Internet Crimes Against Children.

Two of their flagship products, Digital Evidence Investigator and Triage-Investigator, are specifically designed to support Project VIC, a global initiative to combat child exploitation. These software solutions enable investigators to process and analyze digital evidence quickly, promptly identifying and apprehending perpetrators.

By leveraging ADF digital forensic software, ICAC Task Forces are equipped with the necessary tools to stay one step ahead in the fight against Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM). With their commitment to innovation and collaboration with industry experts, ADF continues to provide law enforcement with state-of-the-art technology to safeguard children and bring offenders to justice.

Topics: Law Enforcement, Digital Forensics, Project Vic, ICAC, ICAC Task Force, Prosecutors, Griffeye, IIOC, CSAM, Law Enforcement Conferences

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