Resources for Law Enforcement
Missouri Revised Statutes
The Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force of Missouri is one of 61 Task Force Units funded by the United States Department of Justice, Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. The ICAC-MO Task Force Program is managed by the
Saint Charles County, Missouri Sheriff's Department, working in concert with the Regional Computer Crimes Education and Enforcement Group (RCCEEG) of Greater St. Louis. These 61 Task Force Groups share investigative, technological, training and prevention information, resources and materials. A major component to the ICAC program is the work conducted in partnership with the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, specifically the CyberTipline and NetSmartz.
To obtain Missouri ICAC or National ICAC Task Force investigative and/or training resources you must be a member of a MOICAC affiliate agency.
Membership in MO ICAC requires:
A signed Letter of Agreement (LOA)
Affiliates are required to accept cybertips
from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
(NCMEC) should a cybertip resolve to your jurisdiction.
Affiliates must follow the ICAC standards set
forth by the National ICAC Program, including deconfliction
through the ICAC COPS system.
Affiliates are not required to
dedicate a full-time employee to ICAC cases.
Reporting monthly statistics (performance
measures) for ICAC related cases to the regional task force
commander in your area.
MOICAC is affiliated with over 100 Police and Sheriff Departments throughout the State, the Missouri Attorney General’s Office, the Missouri State Highway Patrol, the United States Attorney of Eastern and Western District of Missouri, the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the United States Postal Inspection Service. These affiliate agencies work together to investigate the exploitation of children through the use of the Internet or other digital technology. MOICAC provides technical assistance in the areas of investigations, legal process, forensics and training to affiliate agencies and others in Missouri who need assistance in the area of online child exploitation.
Prevention activities are also an important component of the work being conducted by MOICAC. In partnership with the INOBTR organization these prevention resources are available to DARE Officers, School Resource Officers, Crime Prevention Officers and others to conduct online safety presentations for their schools and community.
If you would like to schedule prevention training for your officers
Ashley Hill, the Program Specialist t for the Unit.
Becoming an ICAC Affiliate
For more information about MOICAC, or to become an affiliate please contact: