Online child sexual exploitation is a constantly evolving phenomenon, particularly because of continual advancements in technology.
With internet coverage spanning further into developing countries, mobile connectivity, and the development of pay-as-you-go streaming solutions, offenders are able to access a higher degree of anonymity, furthering the trend in the commercial live-streaming of child sexual abuse.
Based on the successful impact of the IIOC conference in 2017, we're delighted to announce our second conference, #PIER19, for both practitioners and researchers who are interested in tackling online child sexual exploitation.
Jointly hosted by Norfolk Constabulary and the Policing Institute for the Eastern Region (PIER) at Anglia Ruskin University, #PIER19 will bring together leading figures from government, police, third sector, academia and industry to discuss new approaches to the investigation of online child sexual exploitation and the management of the perpetrators of this crime in the community.
Early bird (before 31 March 2019): £85