Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
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Find out more about who we are and what we do.

 

Contact us with questions, concerns or to request a presentation.

Report suspected online child exploitation to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

MO ICAC is a team of over 150 Affiliated Agencies working together for Missouri's children.

Parents and Teachers - learn more about ICAC related topics.

 

Law Enforcement - find training to help expand knowledge.

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Also see world-wide news feeds related to stopping online exploitation of children.

MO ICAC participates in many public events.

 

Find one near you and come by to meet the team.

Is your child safe?

Online Child Exploitation:  Technology-facilitated child sexual exploitation, including possession, distribution and creation of child pornography, as well as attempts by individuals to lure and travel to meet children for sexual encounters.

 

The most effective tool parents and educators have to combat these threats is open and ongoing communication. Please start a conversation with your children today about the immediate dangers and long-term consequences of their online behavior.

 

If you suspect online child exploitation or human trafficking is occuring - please use the link below to submit a tip through the CyberTipLine.

NCMEC - Missouri Missing  Children Alerts

Missing: ANTHONY HOWARD (MO) (Fri, 15 Dec 2017)
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Missing: LILLIANNA PAGANO (MO) (Wed, 06 Dec 2017)
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Missing: JORDAN HARTLEY (MO) (Tue, 21 Nov 2017)
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Missing: ODOLIS GALMICH-VELASQUEZ (MO) (Wed, 15 Nov 2017)
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Missing: DEHLILA MCDONALD (MO) (Wed, 15 Nov 2017)
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