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Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force

The National Criminal Justice Training Center provides regional, specialized and customized training and technical assistance to federal, tribal, state and local prosecutors and law enforcement investigators working to combat technology facilitated crimes against children. Our goal is to offer a variety of training delivery formats, from onsite classroom training to e-Learning initiatives that include self-paced courses, live instructor-led classes, live and recorded webinars and an extensive instructional video library. Only members of the 61 regional ICAC Task Force agencies and their over 4,000 Affiliate agencies are eligible to participate in this training. You must be a registered user of the [ICAC Task Force website](www.icactaskforce.org) to view a listing of offerings and to register for training events. [Learn more](www.icactaskforce.org)… This training is made possible with funding awarded under the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force National Training Program provided by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice.



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