Wednesday in our "Sex Predators" series, we showed you how the State Bureau of Investigation is leading a statewide task force to catch these men who prey on our kids through on line chats involving explicit language, and even performing lewd acts. The State Bureau of Investigation has eight fulltime agents who work to catch online sex predators. Attorney General Roy Cooper wants all law enforcement officials to be trained to catch online sex predators.
To find out if a sex offender lives in your neighborhood, click here.
For information from the North Carolina Attorney General on internet safety and how to protect your children online, click here.
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