the Internet offers a vast array of helpful information, access often comes
with little, if any, warning of the risks it poses to children, who may
unwittingly invite dangerous predators into their home," Daniel Armagh,
director of the American Prosecutors Research Institute's National Center
for Prosecution of Child Abuse, warned in an issue of the Office of Juvenile
Justice and Delinquency Prevention journal, "Juvenile Justice," HTML
or Adobe Acrobat File.
Thursday, April 23, 1998, the National
Center for Missing and Exploited
broadcast "Protecting Children Online" from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. ET. This
live national satellite teleconference examined the critical components
of Internet crimes against children and enable viewers to:
the dangers posed by emerging online technology.
resources to assist law enforcement officials in resolving online crimes
critical components of successful prevention programs to protect children
from such crimes.
the teleconference will focus on law enforcement initiatives, it also provided
valuable information for other professionals facing the challenges posed
by Internet crimes against children.
The Juvenile Justice Teleconference
For More information, please contact:
Jenny McWilliams at 859-622-6671
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