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Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force

The Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) is a multi-jurisdictional task force that investigates and prosecutes individuals who use the Internet to exploit children.

The task force is funded by a grant from the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention and administered through the Utah Attorney General’s Office.

ICAC Tip Line: 801.281.1211

ICAC Email: utahicac@agutah.gov

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The Utah Attorney General ICAC Task Force was created in 2000 and is one of 61 ICAC task forces in the country. Because so many internet crimes against children cross state lines, the state affiliates work closely together (very unique compared to regular police task forces). Utah’s ICAC has 32 (affiliates) local, state and federal police agencies involved in the task force and over 80 ICAC Task Force police officers throughout the state.

In addition to investors and prosecutors, the Utah AG office employs a full time Education Specialist and sponsors the Boys & Girls Club of Utah County NetSmartz Program to educate children, parents and community on Internet Safety presentations.

 

Crimes We Investigate

  • Sexual Exploitation of a Minor (possessing, distributing and manufacturing child pornography)
  • Enticing a Minor over the Internet (with the intent of committing sexual acts to the child)
  • Dealing in Material Harmful to a Minor (sending pornography to a minor and/or sexting)

What parents can do to keep their children safe

  • Making sure your child is mature enough to access the internet (includes smartphones, Xboxes, tablets, readers, etc)
  • Parents being educated on electronic devices & social sites “settings”
  • Getting software on computers, mobile devices to monitor children’s internet activity (most kids will have 2 facebooks, 2 kik accounts, etc…one for parents to monitor and one for them to use with their friends)
  • Educating children that anything that they send through the Internet/phone can never be retrieved and will always be on the Internet
  • Limit their children Internet use
  • Educating children about personal info they put on the internet about themselves (parents need to do that to)
  • Educating children to never give out passwords to friends regardless
  • Teaching kids to never take nude selfies or forward someone else nude selfie

For Internet Safety Resources, click here.

 

Utah Attorney General ICAC Affiliates

  • Adult Probation & Parole
  • Cache County Sheriff’s Office
  • Carbon County Sheriff’s Office
  • Clearfield Police Department
  • Cedar City Police Department
  • Davis County Attorney’s Office
  • Davis County Sheriff’s Office
  • Department of Homeland Security
  • Duchesne County Sheriff
  • Federal Bureau of Investigations
  • Heber City Police Department
  • Iron County Sheriff’s Office
  • Layton City Police Department
  • Lindon City Police Department
  • Logan City Police Department
  • Millard County Sheriff’s Office
  • Moab City Police Department
  • Orem Department of Public Safety
  • Pleasant Grove Police Department
  • Provo City Police Department
  • Roosevelt City Police Department
  • Sevier County Sheriff’s Office
  • Summit County Sheriff’s Office
  • Syracuse Police Department
  • Tooele City Police Department
  • Washington County Sheriff’s Office
  • Weber County Sheriff’s Office
  • West Valley City Police Department
  • Uintah County Sheriff’s Office
  • Unified Police Department of Greater Salt Lake
  • Utah County Attorney’s Office
  • Utah County Sheriff’s Office
  • Vernal City Police Department

 

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