Stolen Innocence: A Police Guide to Online Child Exploitation
Course Category: Free Learning Resources

Notice: This video is offered as a free learning resource to registered users. As such, there is no associated certificate of completion. It is intended for information only.

Content Provider:
National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre, RCMP

Language
En

Length
0.25 hours

Registration Process Register

While the Internet has revolutionized how we communicate, work and play, it also has a dark side, having quickly become a tool for those who wish to exploit our most treasured resource…our children.

Every pornographic image of a child is a permanent record of that child being abused, degraded and humiliated. And not all pedophiles are content to simply receive and view child pornography. Repeated exposure can sometimes encourage offenders to take their obsession to the next level: luring, contact, assualt…or worse.
As a valuable primer for front line police officers, Stolen Innocence: A Police Guide to Online Child Exploitation provides an overview of Canada’s child exploitation laws, what constitutes an offence, how to conduct an investigation and collect evidence, and where to turn for help.

To Register

As a free learning resource, all Registered police users (individuals who have a CPKN account in the Sworn Police Portal) may self-register to Stolen Innocence:A Police Guide to Online Child Exploitation.

  1. Login to your CPKN Account
  2. In the Repository, select CPKN Catalogue
  3. Free Learning Resources are located at the top of the catalogue
  4. Select the course you would like to join
  5. Click on the “join” tab

Please contact the CPKN Support Desk at support@cpkn.ca or 1-866-357-CPKN (2756) if you encounter any problems with this process.

This video is also available to certain users on the Law Enforcement/Civilian portal. Individuals may request access from the catalogue as described above.

 

Level

This video is an introductory overview for police officers responding to calls involving online child exploitation.

Target Audience

Sworn Police, Police Civilian, Public Safety Officer, Peace Officer / Special Constable, Other Federal, Provincial and Municipal Employees