John Shehan in an interview from #Skillnadpåriktigt 2018

John Shehan in an interview from #Skillnadpåriktigt 2018
16 July, 2019 NetClean
NEWS 2019/07/16

John Shehan, NCMEC, in an interview from #Skillnadpåriktigt 2018

John Shehan speaks about the challenges and advantages of being the central hub for industry reporting in the US, and the importance of taking a collaborative approach in the fight against child sexual abuse material.

John Shehan is the Vice President of NCMEC’s ‘Exploited Children Division’ (National Center for Missing & Exploited Children in the US). NCMEC is one of the most influential organisations in the world on issues concerning exploitation of children and the #skillnadpåriktigt conference in 2018, Shehan spoke about how the material that is reported to NCMEC is used to identify children in the US and globally.

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