Story that shows why children aren’t really being protected. Love the investigating side of journalism and trying to connect the dots. Here is a story and connections that is showing organizations that should protect children, but may be protecting predators instead.
Below is how the story to the world was presented:
Operation Broken Heart: DOJ Arrests 1,000+ Child Sex Predators During Two Month Sting…
More than 1,000 child sex predators arrested during Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention funded Operation Broken Heart. The arrests marked the end of Operation Broken Heart, a coordinated DOJ investigative operation to intensify efforts to identify and arrest suspected child sexual predators during April and May 2017.
Sixty-one units of the task force, comprised of more than 4,500 federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement agencies participated in the operation. Over a period of two months 1,012 child sex predators were arrested.
In 1998, OJJDP launched the ICAC Task Force Program to help federal, state and local law enforcement agencies enhance their investigative responses to offenders who use the Internet, online communication systems or computer technology to exploit children. To date, ICAC Task Forces have reviewed 705,963 complaints of child exploitation, which resulted in the arrest of 75,688 individuals. In addition, since the ICAC program’s inception, 585,604 law enforcement officers, prosecutors and other professionals have been trained on techniques to investigate and prosecute ICAC-related cases.
“OVER 75, 000 ARRESTS AND NOT “ONE” COMING FROM THE ELITE RING OF CHILD SEX TRAFFICKERS OR SEX RINGS?
The ICAC Task Force Program seems to be protecting the rich and prosecuting the poor and middle income offenders. It’s the money and those who control it that keep the child sex industry alive. Who are the organizations that have for decades promoted themselves as the protectors of the children in the United States?
?ICAC Training Providers:
1. National Criminal Justice Training Center
Since 1993 has been nation’s largest provider of child protection training, as well as the most talented and experienced team of subject matter experts, thought leaders, and staff members committed to protecting communities across a broad array of issues.