Child exploitation investigators, after some time in the field, often reach a startling conclusion, we are never going to arrest our way out of the problem of online child exploitation. There's just too many predators and not enough resources to catch them all. While law enforcement, prosecutors, and all manner of CAC disciplines attack head on with great successes, there needs to be a more robust Second Front. There are more stakeholders in children's lives (parents, teachers, guardians, etc.) than there are of us. With a greater emphasis on providing educational opportunities for them, we can close the knowledge gap and empower these stakeholders to deter and detect online exploitation before it reaches critical levels. Taking as many children out of the available pool of victims through education and enforcement is a powerful and often overlooked Second Front against our united fight. Through specific steps and examples, attendees will take a closer look at this tactic and learn tools to take back to their home jurisdictions. This workshop will only be recorded and available On-Demand from August 10, 2020 until December 31, 2020.
Upon completion, participant will be able to define who a Stakeholder in a child's life is. This is essentially anyone with an interest in the outcome of a chiild's raising, from parents all the way to school administrators.
Upon completion, participant will be able to identify and describe the need for opening a second front in the fight agianst online predation by concentrating on and educating stakeholdhers.
Upon completion, participant will be able to identify and describe some common sources of Stakeholder resistance to a proactive rather than reactive approach to their child's online life.
Upon completion, participant will be able to identify strategies for engaging Stakeholders and recruiting them to be more active in this role.
Upon completion, participant will be able to provide their Stakeholder audiences strategies for deploying parents, teachers, and all in between.