Predators use the internet as a gateway to victims because of the anonymity and the ability to lure children with minimal detection and apprehension. This same anonymity is capitalized upon by highly trained Cheezo investigators who portray themselves as teenagers online where adults seek victims for sexual purposes.
Since its inception in 2005, more than 920 arrests have been made in Jefferson County by Cheezo. The Cheezo investigators have a combined 50 years’ experience in crimes against children. Each year more than 150 Internet and cell phone safety presentations are given. The Cheezo team have established themselves as leaders in the tracking predators and are sought for training to other law enforcement agencies nationwide. The ‘Stranger Danger – Internet Strangers’ program has been presented to the Colorado PTA Conference, National Youth Crime Prevention Program, Fox31 News, the Rocky Mountain Deaf Institute, and the Colorado Department of Human Services statewide conference. Cheezo has been featured on Oprah, Dr. Phil, Court TV with Al Roker, and ABC Evening News.
Sgt. Mike Harris joins our host Aaron Huey discussing "Dialing Danger". Join them for a fascintating and frightening reality we all must be aware of in today's technology laden world.
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