Meet Officer K9 Kozak! I am so honored to have Wisconsin's newest, and first four-legged, Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) officer NAMED AFTER ME! I mean, what an honor! You can learn so much more about him in the video below. Isn't he so adorable? Don't underestimate that cute face though, Kozak's unique job is to sniff out and locate electronic devices that may be hiding crucial evidence. Officers have shared with me that when they search for evidence, the
EAGLE RIVER, Wis. – Attorney General Brad Schimel announced today that the Wisconsin Department of Justice (DOJ) Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force arrested convicted felon Ryan A. Frederick of Eagle River for allegedly possessing child pornography and possession of a firearm. Frederick was charged on August 8 in Vilas County with ten counts of possession of child pornography and two counts of possession of a firearm by a felon. The ICAC Task Force was assiste
Alicia Kozakiewicz was 13 when she was lured from her Pittsburgh home by a man she met online.
She was taken to another state, chained in a basement and, for four days, raped, beaten and tortured. “My degradation was shared live, to an audience, over streaming video,” she said.A FBI internet crimes task force rescued her less than a week after she was abducted. Now, 13 years later, Kozakiewicz is advocating for “Alicia’s Law,” which would secure more funding for child exploi
Senator Will Espero, Chairman of the Senate Committee on Public Safety, Intergovernmental and Military Affairs, today announced the introduction of Senate Bill 2595, also known as “Alicia’s Law,” a measure that would provide a dedicated revenue stream for Hawaii’s Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC). Senator Will Espero, Chair of the Public Safety Intergovernmental Affairs Committee; Alicia Kozakiewicz, for whom the law is named, abducted at age 13 by an Intern
Success for Texas Alicia's Law! $1.6 million has been added to the state budget for law enforcement task forces in Dallas and Houston! First it was California. Then Tennessee and Virginia and, just over a month ago, Idaho. In state after state, Alicia Kozakiewicz and PROTECT are fighting for states to fund child rescue - and winning. Now, the unfinished business of #AliciasLaw is complete: $1.6 million added to the state budget for law enforcement task forces in Dallas and Ho
Alicia Kozakiewicz and Protect join forces for Alicia’s Law in Idaho! Idaho #AliciasLaw establishes the Idaho Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force fund. Idaho law enforcement has identified 5,000 computers trading in images of children being raped and exploited. We know that one in every three arrests in cases like these leads directly to a child waiting to be rescued.
Until yesterday, a small, dedicated cohort of four investigators had to deal with those 5,000 leads.