Safer Society Group donates the world’s leading technology for child sexual abuse investigations
To solidify our commitment to fighting child sexual abuse, today, we are proud to announce that the Analyze technology will be donated to the international, non-governmental organisation ICMEC and Project VIC in the US.
“By making this donation we want to solidify our long term commitment to stop child sexual abuse. Analyze DI has always been free of charge for law enforcement working with CSA investigation and the donation guarantees that it will remain so, “says Christian Berg, CEO at Safer Society Group.
ICMEC is an international, non-governmental organisation working to eradicate child abduction, sexual abuse, and exploitation through advocacy, training and collaboration. The head office is in Virginia, US. Together with Project VIC, which is a collaborative initiative made up of law enforcement agencies, non-governmental organisations and partner industry from across the globe, they work with the aim to save more victims from ongoing child sexual abuse.
“This donation is momentous as it represents a strong partnership that combines ICMEC’s international network and expertise with Analyze’s state-of-the-art technology, which will ultimately help us make progress in the fight against sexual abuse crimes against children. Having access to the Analyze solution presents ICMEC with an extraordinary opportunity and we are very grateful for the donation, “says Maura Harty, President and CEO of ICMEC.
“We already have close collaboration with both organisations and donating the technology to them means that it becomes available to all law enforcement joining this global network fighting child sexual abuse, “says Christian Berg.
The donation is modelled on previous technology donations made to ICMEC, such as Microsoft Photo DNA. It ensures ICMEC and Project VIC free usage of the technology.
Read more about ICMEC and Project VIC.
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