Providing Strategic Services to our Partners
| Overview of the NCECC
The NCECC is part of the RCMP’s National Police Services,
providing services to the entire law enforcement community.
NCECC is a national clearing house and coordination centre for
all international requests to conduct investigations in Canada
related to child sexual exploitation on the Internet. The NCECC
helps develop policy and provides many levels of support to law
enforcement investigators across Canada involved in files dealing
with the sexual exploitation of children on the Internet.
Training – Quick Facts
- The Canadian Internet Child Exploitation (CAN-ICE) pilot course
developed by the NCECC (through an Ontario Provincial Police secondment
to the Centre) was offered to 20 participants from across Canada and
one Australian in March 2005. Future CAN-ICE courses will be offered
in the Fall of 2005.
- The second annual national workshop for investigators was held in
April with 75 participants representing 10 provinces and one territory,
21 police agencies, two US departments, one Interpol representative,
three Canada Border Services Agency representatives, and three Crown
Research and Development – Quick Facts
- The Internet Based Child Sexual Exploitation Environmental Scan
has been completed. The document can be obtained by contacting Dr.
Roberta Sinclair at .
- The research and development division has begun preparing fact sheets
for law enforcement, educators, parents, children, and youth that explore
various areas of online sexual exploitation including how technology
can be used to victimize children. A new fact sheet will be added the
NCECC website each month and will cover topics such as webcams, camera
phones, and peer-to-peer networks (P2P). Please visit www.ncecc.ca/fact_sheets/index_e.htm.
Strategic Partnerships – Quick Facts
- The NCECC is committed to working with its law enforcement partners
across Canada and internationally, and with government, industry, not-for-profit
organizations and Internet Service Providers to protect children from
online sexual exploitation.
- Some of the NCECC partners include Industry Canada , Cybertip.ca,
Interpol, FBI, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Virtual
Global Taskforce, and the Canadian Coalition Against Internet Child
| As part of the NCECC’s goal to support all front line law enforcement
officers across Canada who specialize in these types of crimes, the NCECC
identifies and provides strategic services to its partners.
The following types of strategic services are available:
Communications – Quick Facts
- The NCECC website
was launched in Spring 2005.
- The Centre is producing a series of brochures for law enforcement.
The first was a corporate brochure that provides an overview of the
NCECC. The second brochure will focus on the Child Exploitation Tracking
- A monthly communiqué focusing on new initiatives and operational
successes is provided to investigators and partners.
Secondment Opportunities – Quick Facts
- The NCECC team members include serious crime investigators and specialized,
skilled civilians dedicated to protecting the world’s children
from Internet-based sexual exploitation, regardless of whether the
origin is in Canada or abroad.
- To date the NCECC has seconded officers from the Ontario Provincial
Police and the Ottawa Police Service.
If your law enforcement agency is interested in secondment opportunities
with the NCECC, please contact Cst. Carl Carre at (613) 949-2780.