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 'Glee' actor Mark Salling admits to possessing child porn

'Glee' actor Mark Salling admits to possessing child porn

Former "Glee" actor Mark Salling has reached a deal with prosecutors to plead guilty to possession of child pornography.

The plea agreement filed Tuesday in federal court in Los Angeles states the actor is admitting he possessed images of prepubescent children. The agreement states a search w....

 Woman who made child porn videos for husband jailed for 30 years

Woman who made child porn videos for husband jailed for 30 years

A woman who filmed child porn videos to please her husband has been sentenced to 30 years in jail.

Anngela Boyle took photos and video of four children aged between 12 months and 9 to send to her husband, Colin Boyle.

The crimes took place at her home in M....

 ‘Digital dogs’ in UK sniff hidden mobile devices, hard drives to combat terrorism, child porn

‘Digital dogs’ in UK sniff hidden mobile devices, hard drives to combat terrorism, child porn

United Kingdom police forces are keeping the fight against crime up to date in the 21st century—with highly trained dogs.

The newest addition to the Devon & Cornwall and Dorset police forces are two Digital Storage Detection Police Dogs, a first in the U.K.

The “digital dogs&rd....

 Former Teacher Sentenced for Receiving Child Pornography

Former Teacher Sentenced for Receiving Child Pornography

A former South Bay high school teacher who pleaded guilty to receiving child pornography was sentenced to 97 months in prison, according to the U.S. Attorney’s office.

Roberto Antonio Sandoval previously admitted to downloading and owning thousands of images of child pornography, some of which depicted children under the ag....

 Man charged with possession of child porn

Man charged with possession of child porn

A Lake Bridgeport man was recently arrested for child pornography.

Anthony Dewayne Peacock, 32, was taken into custody July 26 and charged with possession with intent to promote child pornography.

According to the arrest affidavit, Peacock sent digital images of a naked prepubescent female eng....

 He hacked his neighbor’s Wi-Fi to download child porn. Now he’s headed to prison

He hacked his neighbor’s Wi-Fi to download child porn. Now he’s headed to prison

A Davis man who hacked into his neighbor’s password-protected Wi-Fi network to download child pornography was sentenced in federal court in Sacramento on Wednesday to six years in prison.

Alexander Nathan Norris, 28, who was convicted in a jury trial in May of possessing and distributing material involving the sexual exploi....

 Europol supports Romania in safeguarding an infant victim of sexual exploitation

Europol supports Romania in safeguarding an infant victim of sexual exploitation

A 24-year-old woman has been arrested by Romanian authorities for producing and sharing child sexual abuse material.

Romanian police officers and prosecutors searched the woman’s house in Bacău County, Romania, and seized two laptops, a hard-drive, four USB sticks, two mobile phones and documents which may have been used t....

 Oregon mom admits sending photos of baby son to get child porn

Oregon mom admits sending photos of baby son to get child porn

MEDFORD, Ore. (AP) — An Oregon woman has pleaded guilty to a federal charge of transporting child pornography, admitting she sent naked photographs of her infant son to an FBI agent.

According to her plea agreement, Lea Kathryn Jones of Medford initiated a chat with an undercover agent who claimed to have a daughter. In the....

 German police, in a joint operation with other law enforcement agencies, have shut down one of the major Dark Web child pornography site, the ‘Elysium website.’

German police, in a joint operation with other law enforcement agencies, have shut down one of the major Dark Web child pornography site, the ‘Elysium website.’

German police have shut down one of the major Dark Web child pornography websites, the ‘Elysium.’

The Elysium website had more than 87,000 members, most of the users were from Austria and Germany. The platform was used by pedophiles and criminals to exchange pedo-pornographic content and according to German police, it....

 Ellwood City man sentenced to jail time after child porn conviction

Ellwood City man sentenced to jail time after child porn conviction

PITTSBURGH, Pa. (WYTV) – An Ellwood City man was sentenced to 135 months in prison for a child pornography conviction.

Lucas Klobetanz, 40, will spend 20 years under supervision after his release. He was also ordered to pay $1,000 in restitution after he was convicted of distributing material depicting the sexual exploitati....

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Oct 17

The Association International Forum of Solidarity - EMMAUS (IFS-EMMAUS) in cooperation with the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina/Department for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, is marking this year’s European Day of Combating Trafficking in Human Beings.

In order to raise awareness of the general public concerning the trafficking in human beings in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as of the prevention of this phenomenon, especially among children and adolescents, on October 18th, 2017 at 11:00 am, in the building of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina, hall 3 / II, (address: Trg BiH 1, Sarajevo), a press conference will be held in order to reflect the current situation and activities, and inter-sectoral cooperation of relevant institutions and organizations in the field of combating trafficking in human beings.

The speakers at the Press conference will be representatives of the Ministry of Security/Department for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees, the Task Force for the fight against trafficking in human beings, and the Cantonal Center for Social Work Sarajevo. The representatives of the association IFS-EMMAUS will also address to the attendees and present activities in this area. The public attention will be drawn to the problem of unaccompanied minors, as especially vulnerable category and potential victim of trafficking in human beings category, who in increasing numbers, through the immigration waves, is arriving to Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as the problem of abuse and violence against children in the digital environment.

Also, a letter was sent to all Ministries of education in Bosnia and Herzegovina, as well as to the primary and secondary schools, with an invitation to join the initiative and to mark the European Day Against Human Trafficking, to hold a themed lessons on trafficking in human beings, to give public announcement and/or similar activities.

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Oct 17

Pope Francis addresses participants

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Oct 17

The meeting of the National Coordinators for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings, entitled "Strengthening the Fight Against Trafficking in Human Beings in Crisis Situations in the Western Balkans", organized by IOM (International Organization for Migration) was held on October 6, 2017 at the Avala Hotel in Budva, Montenegro. Moderator of the meeting, Philip Ishola (IOM), after the welcome to the participants,  in the introductory words, outlined the objectives of this meeting, presenting the current national situation on CT (legal framework, policy, challenges) and expectations from project participants (tour de table) . At the meeting, the research was contextualized, where the project parameters, methodology, limitations encountered in these surveys (early findings) were presented, and early findings were presented in detail, where human impact, factors related to the three main domains: risks - trends - vulnerabilities, as well as factors within these three domains, were analysed.

Read more: The meeting of the National Coordinators for Combating Trafficking in Human Beings

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Sep 17

The second day of the conference continued also with a joint plenary session where Federal prosecutor Hajrija Hadziomerovic-Muftic, who is also the moderator of the entire conference, invited representatives of organizations and projects that support the Symposium, to greet the participants and briefly present their organizations and projects they manage. After that, the panel work began, where professor Elmedin Muratbegovic, from the Criminal Justice Department of the FKKSS University in Sarajevo, spoke on Panel IV (Violence Against Children in Digital Environment) on the legislative framework with reference to national and international legislation and phenomenology of the criminal offense of Cyber Crime, then Samira Huncek, a representative of the Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina, who referred to institutional and referral mechanisms. Then,  Amela Efendic, a professional associate of MFS-EMMAUS and the manager of the Internet SOS line for reporting the inappropriate content of exploitation and abuse of children in a digital environment – Sigurno dijete,  gave a presentation on the action of the International Forum of Solidarity - EMMAUS, and then on reporting and analyzing cases of this criminal offense in BiH, presenting statistical data on the operation of the SOS line, and the efficiency of the same and procedural procedures they are achieved through. Afterwards, the participants interacted in the conclusions by asking questions to speakers and amongst each other, and some of the proposals are the ones that panel 4 moderator will present on a joint, last day of the conference, on Thursday, September 28, 2017.

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Sep 17

The first day of the conference, Monday, September 25, 2017, was officially opened by the welcoming speech of the federal prosecutor Hajrija Hadziomerovic-Muftic, and the plenary continued with the presentation of the publications "How to Achieve Greater Efficiency, Independence and Accountability of the Judiciary in Bosnia and Herzegovina - Recommendation "(Citizens' Forum Tuzla and USAID)," Handbook for the Treatment of Children Victims and Children Witnesses of Criminal Offenses "(UNICEF & CPRC), “Guidelines for professionals on Responding to Cases of Violence Against Children in Digital Environment (MFS-EMMAUS, UNICEF, European Union (DCI), "Handbook for Prosecutors for the Prosecution of Domestic Violence cases" (DCAF & Atlantic Initiative), "Violence Against Children Through Information and Communication Technologies - Teacher Training for Police Officers in Bosnia and Herzegovina" A Guide for Judges and Prosecutors on the Topic of High-tech Crimes and Protection of Minors in the Republic of Serbia "(Save the Children).

The International Forum of Solidarity, a participant and co-organizer of the Panel 4, will also, for the first time present a publication for professionals "Guidelines for Professionals on Responding to Cases of Violence Against Children in Digital Environment" to the expert public. This document, developed within the activities of the project "Development of Guidelines for the Prevention of Violence against Children in Bosnia and Herzegovina Adapted to Children", funded by UNICEF and implemented by IFS-EMMAUS, was created by a team of selected experts, and the final goal of this publication is to give a detailed explanation of the steps to professionals working in relevant institutions (schools, pedagogical institutes, ministries of education, etc.) of what should they do in cases of violence against children in the digital world, the phenomenology of this relatively new type of violence, and how to recognize and prevent the same.

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Sep 17

The 10th Symposium of Prosecutors of Bosnia and Herzegovina, jointly organized by the Association of Prosecutors of the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Centers for Education of Judges and Prosecutors of FBiH and RS, the International Forum of Solidarity - EMMAUS, USAID, Save the Children, OSCE Mission to Bosnia and Herzegovina, IOM, UNICEF, CPRC, and the US Embassy, will be held in the period from 25-28 September 2017 in Neum, BiH.

More than 170 participants - judges, prosecutors, representatives of state institutions, representatives of civil society organizations and international organizations will participate in a four-day conference, during which four separate panels will be held on topics of war crimes, organized crime and corruption, trafficking in human beings and violence against children in digital environment.

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