The National Law Enforcement Training on Child Exploitation is a national training event designed to expand the efforts and knowledge base of law enforcement investigators and prosecutors by providing specialized training focused on investigating and prosecuting technology-facilitated crimes against children. If you're interested in speaking and/or exhibiting, please access the "Learn More" tab to submit your proposal. **This event has received U.S. DOJ approval.**
Washington State ICAC Task Force, in partnership with Microsoft, will be hosting the 8th Annual NW Regional ICAC Conference, at the Microsoft Campus in Redmond, WA on October 5th-7th. With pre-conference sessions October 3rd and 4th. We are excited to announce our registration is open and invite you to come learn with other ICAC investigators, forensic examiners, prosecutors, industry professionals and others from around the nation and world. The Microsoft Campus is open and with the country and world re-opening from COVID-19, we are expecting a great turnout with 100% in-person instruction. We look forward to seeing you all in October!
During these difficult times of social distancing and self-quarantine, there has been a dramatic increase in online activities by children, and a heightened concern by parents and educators for their safety. Kids and teens are unable to go to school, or participate in sports or other activities, and instead spend many hours in the online world. This webinar will provide ICAC members and other child protection professionals with tools and resources to help parents and educators create a safer environment for all children.
How many times have you heard someone say, “I’m so glad that we didn’t have smart phones/internet/technology like this when I was younger!”? We already recognize the risks, and therefore understand the need for continuous safety discussions with youth. This webinar will cover preparation for basic internet safety presentations in your schools and communities, with heavy emphasis on resources for content, ideas for engagement, and more in-depth safety resources for both parents and youth.