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The Arizona Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force is comprised of investigators from City, County, State, and Federal Agencies. Special emphasis is placed on locating, prosecuting, and imprisoning people who intentionally exploit children. Led by the Phoenix Police Department's Internet Crimes Against Children Unit, the AZICAC Task Force diligently pushes to fulfill this goal with highly trained and professional investigators and cutting edge forensics and technology.
|McGruff SafeGuard is a service that intelligently monitors kids' internet activity, including: website visits, chat and instant messaging, search engine phrases, social network profiles on MySpace, Facebook and many others. The Service alerts parents to problems such as cyber-bullying, Internet predators, dangerous behavior, underage/illicit sexual activity, suicide, drug use, credit card abuse and crime.|
NetSmartz® Workshop, a program of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children®, has been spearheading a movement for safer and more responsible Internet use by kids and teens since 2001. The compassion that evolved into NetSmartz Workshop at the beginning of the decade remains at the heart of its mission today. Join us in our movement to help shape the choices we make online. Visit www.NetSmartz.org to find award-winning resources that’ll help you make a difference.
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MISSING tells the story of Zack, a boy in Vancouver Canada who forms an online friendship with Fantasma. This guy is so cool - he has an online magazine about beach life in California and sends Zack great stuff, like graphic arts and software. Little does Zack know that he is a predator. After Zack agrees to go to San Diego to be with Fantasma, players work with a detective to find and rescue Zack and arrest Fantasma.
Learn more about how you can help Zack and play this game.
Today’s teens have knowledge of the Internet that often surpasses that of their parents. Because so many teens are Internet savvy, it is imperative that they also have an understanding of the dangers that exist online and how to deal with them. Watch teens share their own "Real-Life Stories" about issues affecting them on the Internet such as Cyber-Bullying, online enticement, and giving out too much personal information.
Internet Safety School Presentations