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Stolen Innocence: A Free Learning Resource

Stolen Innocence: A Police Guide to Online Child Exploitation is now available as a free learning resource to all CPKN police users. This 18 minute video is a valuable aid for any officer, and particularly front-line personnel who may respond to computer-based child exploitation calls.

Produced by the Ontario Police Video Training Alliance for the RCMP's National Child Exploitation Coordination Centre (NCECC), this video:

  • provides an overview of Canada's child exploitation laws;
  • describes what constitutes an offense;
  • informs on how to conduct an investigation; and
  • offers best practices for collecting evidence

It also provides information on where officers can turn for help when they encounter these types of crimes. For a full description or to register, please visit the Stolen Innocence details page.

Gifted to CPKN by NCECC for use by all officers, this course is offered free of charge to all CPKN police users. When completing the registration form, please disregard the payment section. In the near future, police users will be able to self-register to this resource directly from their CPKN account, thereby bypassing the registration process. For further information or assistance, please contact CPKN's Support Desk at 1-866-357-2756 or at support@cpkn.ca.