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NCMEC • Missing Children Alerts

Missing: Ser'Renity Hill (NV) (Sat, 04 Jul 2020)
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Missing: Madison Sener (CA) (Fri, 03 Jul 2020)
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Missing: Ilayah Latane (PA) (Wed, 24 Jun 2020)
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U.S. Attorney's Office • Project Safe Childhood

Former Hoosick Falls Resident Charged with Receipt and Possession of Child Pornography (Thu, 02 Jul 2020)
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Levy County Man Sentenced To 19 Years In Prison For "Sextortion" of Washington Teen And Possession Of Child Pornography (Thu, 02 Jul 2020)
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Local man who attempted to entice 50 boys gets significant prison sentence (Thu, 02 Jul 2020)
A 31-year-old Corpus Christi man has been ordered to federal prison for producing child pornography via social media
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Rush Man Pleads Guilty To Possession Of Child Pornography (Thu, 02 Jul 2020)
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Northeast Ohio priest indicted on charges of child pornography, child exploitation and juvenile sex trafficking (Thu, 02 Jul 2020)
Justin Herdman, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio, announced today that a federal grand jury sitting in Cleveland, Ohio has returned an eight-count indictment against Robert D. McWilliams, age 29, of Strongsville.
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Crimes Against Children

Human Trafficking

Argentina: Fund Created for Assisting Victims of Human Trafficking (Wed, 21 Aug 2019)
(Aug. 21, 2019) On July 23, 2019, Law 27508 on the Fund for Direct Assistance to Victims of Human Trafficking created a public trust fund in Argentina dedicated to the support and assistance of victims of human trafficking in the country over the next 30 years (art. 5). Under the new Law, assets seized as […]
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Malaysia: Border Security Agency Act Comes into Force (Thu, 11 Jan 2018)
(Jan. 11, 2018) On December 29, 2017, the Malaysian Border Security Agency Act 2017 came into force. (Malaysian Border Security Agency Act 2017 (Act 799) (AKSEM Act), e-Federal Gazette website; Hashini Kavishtri Kannan, All-New AKSEM Act Comes into Force Today, NEW STRAITS TIMES (Dec. 29, 2017).) The Act, which was passed by the Parliament in August 2017, establishes […]
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Israel: Law Authorizes Court to Restrict Access to Internet Sites in Order to Prevent Criminal Activity (Tue, 10 Oct 2017)
(Oct. 10, 2017) On July 17, 2017, the Knesset (Israel’s parliament) passed the Law on Authorities for the Prevention of Committing Crimes Through Use of an Internet Site, 5777-2017 (Law on Authorities) (SEFER HAHUKIM [BOOK OF LAWS, official gazette, SH] 5777 No. 2650 p. 1040, available at KNESSET NATIONAL LEGISLATION DATABASE (in Hebrew).) The Law […]
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Child Abuse

Brazil: New Law Criminalizes Instigation to Self-Harm (Tue, 28 Jan 2020)
(Jan. 28, 2020) On December 26, 2019, the president of Brazil promulgated a new law passed by the Brazilian Congress that criminalizes instigation to self-harm. The new law, Law No. 13,968, amends article 122 of the Penal Code to modify the crime of incitement to suicide and to make it a crime to induce or […]
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Norway: Supreme Court Finds Passive Father Responsible for Aiding and Abetting Mother’s Physical Abuse of Children (Mon, 30 Dec 2019)
(Dec. 30, 2019) On November 27, 2019, the Norwegian Supreme Court affirmed the conviction of a man for aiding and abetting the gross abuse of a dependent by neglecting to protect the children from their abusive mother, and increased the sentence from two years and six months’ imprisonment to three years’ imprisonment. (Norwegian Supreme Court, […]
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Brazil: Brazilian Bar Association Decides Violence Against Women, the Elderly, Children, Adolescents, and Persons with Physical and Mental Disabilities Precludes Membership (Wed, 03 Apr 2019)
(Apr. 3, 2019) On March 18, 2019, the plenary of the Federal Council of the Brazilian Bar Association (Conselho Federal da Ordem dos Advogados do Brasil, CFOAB) enacted a decision (súmula) disqualifying law graduates who had committed aggression and violence against women from enrolling in the Bar. (Conselho Pleno Decide que Violência Contra a Mulher […]
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