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

Resources and Training

Safety Partners

• Tips for talking to your children • Downloadable Resources • Helpful Advice •

Common Sense Media

Reviews & Age Ratings - Best Movies, Books, Apps and Games for kids.


From cyberbullying to social media to sexting. Staying safe online.

Childrens Trust Fund 

Missouri Foundation for child abuse prevention.

Enough is Enough

Making the Internet Safet for Children and Families.


Building healthly and ethical digital citizens.

Connect Safely

Helping users get the most from technology while managing risks.


Prevention Resources including fact sheets and Powerpoints


Promoting positive human development through the creation and implementation of technology-based research. 


Provides information on what bullying is, what cyberbullying is, who is at risk, and how you can prevent and respond.

Educational Partners

• Provding law enforcement with access to the newest information available •

National Criminal Justice Training Center

Mission to equip criminal justice professionals with training and tools to make a lasting impact on their communities.

National White Collar Crime Center

Nationwide support system for law enforcement providing  training in computer forensics, cyber and financial crime investigations and intelligence analysis. 


The venue through which the States speak with a collective voice and provide thought leadership on issues related to justice information sharing and services.

The Innocent Justice Foundation

Assisting law enforcement with equipment and mental health training as well as educating the public on the true nature and scope of child pornography.

NCMEC University

Free training courses to law enforcement, child serving professionals, and private security professionals regarding missing and sexually exploited children cases.

NetSmartz for Law Enforcement

With today’s changing technologies, educating your communities about Internet safety is becoming more important. These resources can help.

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