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To date, the program has been highly successful and has proven to be a logical, efficient, and effective method to identify and investigate individuals who are using the Internet for the purpose of sexually exploiting children.To date, there have been five VCAC program subjects placed on the FBI’s Ten Most Wanted Fugitives list: The Violent Crimes Against Children International Task Force (VCACITF) is a select cadre of international law enforcement experts working together to formulate and deliver a dynamic global response to crimes against children through the establishment and furtherance of strategic partnerships, the aggressive engagement of relevant law enforcement, and the extensive use of liaison, operational support, and coordination.
In 2000, the Crimes Against Children program was formed by our Violent Crimes Section—part of the FBI’s Criminal Investigative Division.The analysts utilize various Internet tools and administrative subpoenas in their efforts to identify individuals who prey on children.Once a potential suspect has been identified, they compile an investigative packet that includes the applicable Cyber Tipline reports, subpoena results, public records search results, the illegal images associated with the suspect, and a myriad of other information that is forwarded to the appropriate FBI field office for investigation.Investigation into these activities determined that adults were routinely using computers to transmit sexually explicit images to minors and, in some instances, to lure minors into engaging in illicit sexual activity.Further investigation and discussions with experts, both within the FBI and in the private sector, revealed that the use of computer telecommunications was rapidly becoming one of the most prevalent techniques by which some sex offenders shared pornographic images of minors and identified and recruited children into sexually illicit relationships.The analysts review and analyze information received by the NCMEC’s Cyber Tipline.
The analysts conduct research and analysis in order to identify individuals suspected of any of the following: possession, manufacture and/or distribution of child pornography; online enticement of children for sexual acts; child sexual tourism; and/or other sexual exploitation of children.
Our strategy involves using multi-disciplinary and multi-agency teams to investigate and prosecute crimes that cross legal, geographical, and jurisdictional boundaries; promoting and enhancing interagency sharing of intelligence, specialized skills, and services; and widely offering our victim/witness services.
All for the express purpose of protecting our nation’s greatest asset—our children.
The purpose of these operations are to coordinate with foreign law enforcement to gather evidence against U. Complaints received by the NCMEC that indicate a violation of federal law are referred to the FBI for appropriate action.
An FBI supervisory special agent and several analysts are assigned full-time at the NCMEC to assist with these complaints.
These operations target child sex tourists who do not plan their illegal activities from the U. courts, with the goal of extraditing those offenders back to the U. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) operates a Cyber Tipline at allows parents and children to report child pornography and other incidents of sexual exploitation of children by submitting an online form.