ICAC - The South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force The South Florida Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force
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The Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force is funded by a grant from the Department of Juctice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and is a multi-agency and multi jurisdictional task force that investigates and prosecutes individuals who use the Internet to exploit children.

The Internet clearly influences how a growing number of children discover and interact with the world around them. Unfortunately, cyberspace is not always a safe place for youngsters to visit. Some sex offenders use the privacy and anonymity of the Internet to prey on vulnerable children and teenagers, whose Internet access is often unsupervised.

With an engaged and dynamic partnership between parents and law enforcement officials, the risk to our children from on line enticement and illegal use of the Internet, can be minimized. We encourage everyone to access the links on this site for additional information and ask that you continue to call your local law enforcement agency to report any suspicious activity.

Internet safety tips for parents
What parents can do to minimize your child from becoming a victim on the Internet
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Internet safety tips for kids
What kids can do to minimize the risk of becoming a victim on the Internet
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Internet safety tips for teens
What teenagers can do to minimize the risk of becoming a victim on the Internet
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