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The Colorado Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force partners with several agencies to accomplish our goals. Below is a list that is by no means all inclusive, but includes the major supporters. Just click on the bolded and underlined name to link to their website. If you are seeking information on other law enforcement agencies affiliated with ICAC, please go to the Unit Information link on your left.
We currently operate under a grant from OJJDP. This grant made it possible for ICAC to start in 1998 and continues to fund it today.
The Colorado Attorney General John Suthers has been a partner with the Colorado ICAC for some time. He believes in the program and has assisted us with legislative issues. He has and continues to be willing to craft and modify legislation to further the prosecution of those preying on our children.
The United States Attorney's Office in Denver, Colorado has been a constant partner in working to prosecute internet facilitated crimes aimed at children. Additionally they have begun working with us through the U.S. Attorney General's Project Safe Childhood to spread education and promote Internet safety in communities throughout Colorado.
NCMEC is the national clearing house for resources concerning missing and exploited children. This is an outstanding organization with numerous resources for assistance and education.
The Training and Technical Assistance program helps law enforcement by partnering with Fox Valley Technical College, Search.org and federal agencies to bring us the best training in the arena of online investigations.
The Internet Safety Foundation
The Internet Safety Foundation with the support of its partners, offers internet safety summits, training, presentations, podcasts, mentoring, ideas, resources, information, and funding to those working to keep our children safe online.
ICE is a tremendous help with their Operation Predator program and investigative assistance.
Qwest has collaborated with us on the education front, participating heavily in the U.S. Attorney General's Project Safe Childhood program as well as creating their own education program located at www.incredibleinternet.com.
Protect.org is a national organization of civilian volunteers that are pro-child and anti-crime. They work to increase sentences for child predators and bolster legislation to make the penalties more severe and/or laws more stiff when it comes to those offending on children. Please visit their website to learn more, .www.protect.org.
The above information does not constitute an endorsement of any commercial products or services by the Colorado ICAC or any of its partners and affiliates. This is simply to give credit to those organizations that support us and our goals.