Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program
The U.S. Department of Justice is proud to announce that this year's annual national conference designed to combat the online exploitation of children will be held in Columbus, Ohio, September 23-26, 2008.
Each year, the Project Safe Childhood (PSC) and Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) National Conferences are designed to bring hundreds of federal, state and local law enforcement investigators, forensic experts and prosecutors together to participate in workshops and lectures to further their knowledge while providing them with the tools necessary to combat the online exploitation of children. This year, we plan to stage a single conference in place of the separate ICAC and PSC conferences held in previous years. This combined conference will allow us to multiply our strength through joint training and sharing of best practices while continuing to build relationships across agencies and jurisdictions, especially between federal law enforcement and the ICAC Task Force. Past conference evaluations support our belief that these events provide an unrivaled opportunity to further the education of participants while enhancing their skills to protect America's children.
As our plans progress for our 2008 Conference they will be posted to our web site so please visit this site regularly to keep abreast of the latest plans.
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