Safe Surfin’ Foundation Equips Law Enforcement With Tools Necessary to Battle Against Sexual Predators!
88,000,000 CHILDREN HAVE ACCESS TO THE INTERNET and the sexual predators who target children know this. The number of law enforcement officers watching over our children’s Internet activity is so small that Safe Surfin’ and Sheriff Mike Brown decided to help.
Sheriff Brown explains, “Safe Surfin’ is deeply concerned about how budget cuts are affecting Internet safety programs around the country, even as cases against online predators increase. Safe Surfin’ is developing a new law enforcement tool called “Cop-in-a-Box” to offer a cost-effective way of protecting our children in times of economic stress.”
A ‘Cop-in-a-Box’ is just that; a trained police officer with the knowledge and equipment to apprehend and remove sexual predators targeting our children on the Internet. The Safe Surfin’ Foundation and its supporting partner, Moose International, is now launching this exciting new initiative aimed at improving the drastically ‘out of balance ratio’ of police versus Internet sexual predators.
Safe Surfin’ Foundation will provide funding, hardware, software and a proven training curriculum for agencies affiliated with the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICCAC).
“As police budgets all across America are shrinking; child predators on the web are increasing. This high tech world of cyber crime requires specialized equipment, dedicated resources, intensive training and committed investigators. We will provide those resources to protect children at any cost,” Brown concluded.
For information on how your locality can participate in the Cop in a box program, please E-mail Robin Sundquist at Robin@SafeSurfin.org .