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Internet Crimes Against Children

The Federal Research Division (FRD) — under an interagency agreement with the National Institute of Justice — conducted research on Internet crimes against children. This research is grouped into several subtopics: unwanted solicitation for sexual contact or pictures; pornography (children as the subject); harassment and bullying; and unwanted exposure to sexually explicit material. The three reports prepared by FRD are: an annotated bibliography of major studies, surveys, and reports that evaluate research done in the past 10 years; a matrix of the major provisions of federal and select state (California, Connecticut, Florida, Michigan, Missouri, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, and Pennsylvania) laws that impose civil and criminal sanctions against persons convicted of Internet crimes against children; and a matrix and summary of the findings of major cases on this topic that have been adjudicated since 1990 in federal and select state courts.

 

Internet Crimes Against Children An Annotated Bibliography of Major Studies (PDF)
A Matrix of Major Federal and Select State Laws (PDF)
A Matrix and Summary of Major Federal and Selected State Case Law (PDF)

 

 

 

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