Understanding the Challenges of ICAC Investigations: Victim Consent

Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) investigations pose unique challenges for law enforcement. This article dives deep into three critical aspects of ICAC investigations: securing victim/witness..

Money Laundering and Human Trafficking in the Philippines

The Philippines, a nation of breathtaking landscapes and vibrant cultures, is, unfortunately, grappling with the dark shadows of money laundering and human trafficking. In recent years, alarming..

Global Perspectives Human Trafficking: “Poverty monopolizes your time”

This past week, I had the opportunity to attend the Evidence2Action (E2A) event hosted by Winrock International and the International Justice Mission at the Ronald Reagan Building in Washington, DC. 

What is the National Law Enforcement Training on Child Exploitation?

The National Law Enforcement Training on Child Exploitation (NLETC) is a comprehensive training program that provides U.S. law enforcement officers with the knowledge and skills they need to..

Escalating CSAM Content and Growing Online Risks to Children

A recent report from Thorn, a technology nonprofit dedicated to defending children from sexual abuse, highlights the troubling emergence of certain online threats to children on the rise.

Lantern: Protecting Children from Online Sexual Exploitation and Abuse

Online child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA) is a global epidemic, and technology companies have a responsibility to do everything they can to combat it. That's why the Tech Coalition, a group..

Using Digital Forensic Software to Investigate Crimes Against Children

Digital forensic software is a powerful investigative tool that law enforcement and investigators have turned to for solving crimes against children. Perpetrators have found new avenues to exploit..

3 Ways School Resource Officers Stop CSAM with Mobile Forensics

Child Sexual Abuse Material (CSAM) is a growing problem in schools.

CSAM & Human Trafficking: Digital Forensic Tools for Protection

CSAM  or child sexual abuse material refers to any visual media depicting children engaged in sexual activity, which is produced, distributed, or accessed for sexual gratification or profit.

5 Things Every ICAC Commander Needs to Know

Child sexual abuse materials are defined as images or videos which show a child engaged or depicted as being engaged in explicitly sexual material [1].

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