Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
Missouri Internet Crimes                        Against Children Task Force

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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.

About Us

Who We Are

The Missouri Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (MO ICAC), is part of a network of 61 nationwide task forces funded by the United States Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. We serve criminal justice agencies and the citizens of Missouri by providing investigative, forensic and prevention training and resources in an effort to fight online child exploitation.

 

MO ICAC has been managed by the St. Charles County Police Department since 2011. Over 150 affiliate agencies work with MO ICAC to ensure that online child exploitation issues are addressed quickly by local jurisdictions. Please see our list of Affiliates to locate the ICAC officers in your area. 

What We Do

MO ICAC provides law enforcement with the latest techniques and resources for the investigation and apprehension of online offenders. Through our partnerships with INOBTR (Missouri’s Coalition to Delete Online Predators), NetSmartz and Missouri KidsFirst, MO ICAC trains law enforcement officers, child advocates and other professionals to give Internet safety presentations to parents and students.

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