INHOPEInternet Hotline Providers in Europe
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INHOPE Hotlines offer the public a way of anonymously reporting Internet material, including child sexual abuse material, which they suspect to be illegal.
Having used classroom-delivered training to develop its Analysts' core skills - a mix of procedural, technical and operational skills - INHOPE wanted to make its learning materials available online, to allow its Analysts anywhere around the world to access them at any time in a secure environment.
Denton Howard, INHOPE's Training Manager, explained that, in searching for the most appropriate LMS, INHOPE examined a number of competing products.
According to Denton, "The Docebo platform has enabled INHOPE to deploy vitally needed training across the globe on a 24 / 7 basis - enabling the skills base of a geographically diverse organization to improve dramatically.
More cooperation is also needed among their promoters, such as INHOPE, the International Association of Internet Hotlines, and other professionals in the sector.
We work internationally with INHOPE and other relevant authorities and organisations to encourage wider adoption of good practice in combating online child sexual abuse content and to promote inclusive and united global responses to this dynamic, cross-border criminality.
In October 2003, a world-wide child-porn ring was broken up following a tip-off from the Internet hotline association INHOPE.