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How to Become a Member of the ICAC Task Force
The ICAC Task Force is comprised of 61 Regional Task Force agencies and several thousand Affiliate agencies. A Regional Task Force agency receives federal grant funding directly from the Dept. of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and is responsible for overseeing ICAC activities for the Affiliate agencies within its geographic jurisdiction. Affiliate agencies work in partnership with a Regional Task Force and have agreed in writing to abide by a set of operational and investigative standards. To become an Affiliate agency, you will need to contact your Regional ICAC Task Force Commander. As mandated by OJJDP, only Regional and Affiliate agency Task Force members are eligible to participate in ICAC funded training programs.
Training and Resources
The ICAC Task Force program offers many different types of training and technical assistance such as delivering specialized training, providing model policies or even assisting Task Forces with securing an experienced and knowledgeable presenters for a conference they are sponsoring. Review a listing of all available courses.
Internet Crimes Against Children Presentation Material
The ICAC Training & Technical Assistance Program is pleased to announce the availability of presentation material that specifically addresses issues surrounding Internet crimes against children. You may download a copy of the presentation material from the NetSmartz Program's web site at
ICAC Task Force E-mail Distribution List
The purpose of the ICAC Task Force e-mail distribution list is to provide an easy-to-use means for individuals affiliated with the ICAC Task Force to communicate with each other in an effort to share knowledge and tap into the resources that the Task Force has to offer on a national level.
This is a closed list. You must be approved by your Regional Task Force Commander to become a subscriber. Please review the ICAC Task Force E-mail List Guidelines for additional information or you can unsubscribe.
​​The Crimes Against Children Research Center
The primary mission of the Crimes Against Children Research Center (CCRC) is to combat crimes against children by providing high quality research and statistics to the public, policymakers, law enforcement personnel, and other child-welfare practitioners. The CCRC is concerned with research involving both the nature and impact of crimes related to child abduction, Internet crime, homicide, rape, assault, and physical and sexual abuse. For additional information, please visit or contact:
David Finkelhor, Director
University of New Hampshire
Crimes against Children Research Center
126 Horton Social Science Center
Durham, NH 03824
(603) 862-2761
E-mail: David Finkelhor
Training Partners
National Center for Missing & Exploited Children (NCMEC) Training Programs NCMEC was established in 1984 as a private, nonprofit organization to provide services nationwide for families and professionals in the prevention of abducted, endangered, and sexually exploited children. They offer training programs to law enforcement and social service professionals.