CACTF

(redirected from Crimes against Children Task Force)
AcronymDefinition
CACTFCombined Arms Collective Training Facility
CACTFCrimes against Children Task Force (US DOJ)
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782, PROTECT Our Children Act of 2017 (Heller original cosponsor): Reauthorizes the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program, a national network of 61 coordinated task forces representing 4,500 federal, state, and local law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies that combat online child exploitation across the country.
Mike Edwards, commander of the Seattle Police Department's Internet Crimes Against Children task force, told KIRO 7 that investigators traced the messages to a woman Kellar had met via an online dating site.
A similar tip was sent to the San Diego Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force about a month later and it the activity was traced to a house in Coronado in San Diego County.
Operation Broken Heart involved more than 4,500 federal, state and local law enforcement agencies, and it was spearheaded by the national Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
That was just one of the lurid ironies of the law enforcement career of David Edward Abbott, who worked for the region's Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
Kyle Blain Dolby was arrested Wednesday after detectives learned from the Oregon Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force that Dolby allegedly had downloaded and re-uploaded images of porn involving children.
It's part of central Indiana's Internet Crimes Against Children task force, which has become one of the nation's most aggressive and effective child pornography hunters, with a reach that extends around the globe.
Using pioneering technology and undercover research, the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force based in Wyoming, is building up a picture of paedophiles across Britain who trade in these vile images.
Waters, of the Wyoming Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, believes more than 3200 individuals in Scotland are using the network shown on the map.
Brown heads the nearly year-old Los Angeles Regional Internet Crimes Against Children task force.
But 'Justin' was the undercover pseudonym for detective Mark Bucci from the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force in Philadelphia, Maidstone Crown Court heard.