At 311 law enforcement agency partners around Ohio, it's strong and armed in the fight against these predators, who are smart and motivated to groom and lure our children for sex.
Prosecutor Mason started the Ohio icac Task Force in Northeast Ohio in 2000 to combat the alarming new trend of Internet predators and then expanded the Task Force state-wide in 2003.Currently, the Task Force is made up of 311 law enforcement agencies, with at least one agency located in each of Ohio's 88 counties.Equally important, the Task Force educates parents and children on the dangers of the Internet.Mercer County Sheriff Jeff Grey, representing the Buckeye State Sheriff's Association, said, The Buckeye State Sheriff's Association is pleased to join the Ohio icac Task Force on providing cutting edge technology to prevent crime. .The Shaq Shield iPhone app is a great way for parents to get informed and keep children safe online.Certain sexual offenders are also adjudicated by a judge to be subject to community notification.
Project Shaq Shield is encouraging parents to take ownership of their children's Internet activities.
Photo Search, you can also use the sexual offender photo search provided by the Sheriff's Office.
With nearly all children now using the Internet and cell phones, the probability of them encountering an unsolicited sexual advance has greatly increased.The iPhone app is a high-tech tool for parents to keep children safe online, said Prosecutor Mason.Sex, offenders move into a neighborhood.The app will expand to other mobile devices in the future.OnlineSearches cannot be used for background checks related to consumer credit, insurance, employment, housing or any other prohibited under the fcra.In May 1996, the Federal "Megan's Law" was signed by President Clinton, requiring all states to disclose to the public, information about.Ohio Internet Crimes Against Children (icac) Task Force partners were recognized on the field as Prosecutor Mason threw out the games first pitch at Progressive Field.Under the new Tier system some offenders must now register more often and for longer periods.