CASES OF ABUSE PREVENTED
August 4, 2022
CRC Technology was used by law enforcement in Costa Rica to identify a suspect trading child sexual abuse material. The investigation developed and led a search warrant for the suspects home address. Officers found a 40-year-old suspect, Mr. Picay, who was caught in the act of sexually abusing an 11-year-old at his home address. The investigation continues as officers suspect that the 11-year old’s mother had taken payment from the man, a relative of the family, in return for him sexually abusing the child. Read More
August 1, 2022
17 Federal Police and 2 Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) Special Agents are being trained this week in Ecuador on the use of CRC Technology. As these officers move through the training course they will begin investigating live targets for eventual arrest. In addition, three prosecutors will also receive a briefing on how the technology works in order that a judicial outcome can be made following the inevitable arrests. Read More
The greatest thing about CPS is that it allows us to identify these people who otherwise would be able to continue offending with impunity.
—Det. Sgt. Shipley,
Kent Police, UK
To have stopped a child being abused on the very first warrant has clearly demonstrated to my Force that the software can be very effective.
Dorset Police, UK
CPS is one-of-a-kind — the system is unmatched in its ability to aid in the protection of children. More than 80 children across our country have been rescued as a direct result of Child Rescue Coalition technology. Thank you on behalf of parents everywhere.
—Det. Cst. Purchas,
Toronto Police Service, Canada
1 in 5
As many as 1 in 5 girls will experience some form of sexual abuse before age 18.
Up to 85% of online offenders are hands-on abusers of children.
1 in 20
As many as 1 in 20 boys will experience some form of sexual abuse before age 18.