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KSP Co-Hosts Internet Crimes Against Children Conference

The Kentucky State Police (KSP) recently co-hosted the second annual "Internet Crimes Against Children" conference Nov. 14-16 in Louisville.  The event was a joint partnership between KSP and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern and Western

 
"This conference will help the law enforcement community take an aggressive stance in fighting online exploitation of our children.  It also provides valuable networking opportunities for attendees to familiarize themselves with experts at the local, state and federal levels."

- Mark Miller, Commissioner
   Kentucky State Police
 
Districts of Kentucky, the FBI, the Louisville Metro Police Department and the Indiana State Police.  The purpose of the meeting was to provide members of the law enforcement community with comprehensive, practical knowledge to successfully investigate and prosecute Internet crimes against children.

"Internet crime against children is a very real danger that we need to be prepared to handle, from prevention to investigation to prosecution," observed Kentucky State Police Commissioner Mark Miller.  "This conference will help the law enforcement community take an aggressive stance in fighting online exploitation of our children.  It also provides valuable networking opportunities for attendees to familiarize themselves with experts at the local, state and federal levels."

U.S. Attorney David Huber, KSP Commissioner Mark Miller and Louisville Metro Police Department Chief Robert White were featured speakers during the three-day conference at Louisville's Holiday Inn Hurstbourne.  Other presentations during the conference included topics such as identifying victims of online child pornography, victims rights under the Justice For All Act, introduction to children’s advocacy centers, interviewing sexually abused children, interviewing sexual offenders, trying the child exploitation case, working with Yahoo! in criminal investigations, state warrants, search warrants and Internet and client-side computer forensics.

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