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Definition Law enforcement use Interpol’s International Child Sexual Exploitation (ICSE) database to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of their efforts to identify victims and offenders.Where appropriate a national child sexual…
A multi-agency system to manage and rehabilitate child sex offenders to prevent their reoffending. This includes all types of child sex offences – both online and offline.
Judiciary and prosecutors have the specialist knowledge and skills required to enable positive judicial outcomes for CSEA victims.
Law enforcement capability with an explicit remit to lead, support and coordinate investigations into child sexual exploitation and abuse (CSEA) – both online and offline.
Ensuring that dedicated law enforcement officers, prosecutors and the judiciary have an expertise in tackling CSEA online and developing solutions for investigating content.
Collaborative technology development to identify and investigate online child sexual abuse offenders.
A reporting system for CSEA online (also known as cybertip) promotes and enables the reporting of and response to images and videos of CSEA online to ensure an efficient criminal…
Assessing risks for victim identification, offender targeting and to mitigate against technology infrastructure and broader online risks.
What is it? Shared access to international databases, particularly those regarding child sexual abuse material and offender targeting methodologies; formal data sharing frameworks; high value collective targeting; and criminal records…
Publisher: International Justice Mission (Press release)
IJM believes that ending livestreamed child sexual abuse and the trafficking of children to create CSEM requires ending impunity for those who commit these violent crimes.