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  Help Page for ICAC Task Force Web Site

Accessing the Site
To access secure areas of this site, you must become a site member.  Membership is limited to Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force and Affiliate agency personnel.  As a member, you will be provided access to valuable resource material, discussion boards and areas for users to collaborate on important projects. Not a member of a Task Force or Affiliate agency but would like to become a member of the ICAC Task Force Program?   Learn more about becoming an affiliate >> 
About the Site
The ICAC Task Force Program site is supported and maintained by FVTC's ICAC Training & Technical Assistance Program.  This site uses the same security credentials (student account number and password) as all other FVTC systems.  You must also complete the registration process to become a member of this site before you will be able to access the secure areas.  Please be sure to add the domain after your FVTC student number (i.e., when signing in.
Go to the Site Wiki to find information that will be helpful as you access resources on this site. 
Returning Users: Don't remember your account information? Go to validate your identity and look it up, you will then be able to update your account information and user profile.
New Users: Users must have both a FVTC student account and also register to request access to this site.  Follow the on-screen instructions to Create an Account and/or register.
Not sure if you are a registered user of this site? Log In to your student account and review your past classes listed on the My Classes page of your account.
Not sure if you have an account? Go to validate your identity and look it up
Experiencing a technical issue?
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You can fill out our simple, Help Request Form with your name, contact information and a description of the problem you're experiencing. A Help Desk Technician will get back to you with suggestions to try or a resolution to your issue.