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Law Enforcements View: Growing Up Digital and Protecting Our Children From Cyber Crimes

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I am in Los Angeles, California and I am a 27 year career prosecutor specializing in Cyber Crimes against children. Let me know if you ever need any assistance. Tracy Webb (TW) Senior Trial Deputy Cyber Crime & Child Abuse Prevention Division Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC) Tracy Webb...Senior Prosecuting Attorney Cyber Crime and Child Abuse Prevention Division Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office Tracy Webb, B.S., M.S., J.D. Tracy Webb is currently a Senior Prosecuting Attorney, Director of Child Abuse Policy and head of the Cyber Crime and Child Abuse Prevention Division in the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office. Tracy is co-chair of the Los Angeles County Cyber Crime Task Force and an active member of the Federal Internet Crimes against Children (ICAC) Task Force. She is a career prosecutor who has spent the majority of her career prosecuting child abuse cases including physical and sexual abuse and most recently handling technologically facilitated and exploitation crimes against children. As Chief Prosecutor for the City of Pasadena for eight years, Ms. Webb was responsible for supervising a staff of attorneys and support staff who handled the criminal offenses within the city limits of Pasadena. Tracy is also an Emmy award winning producer/director of a documentary film on gang violence and has produced a host of films and Public Service Announcements on child abuse and cyber crime. She recently completed production on a documentary short on the child welfare system in Los Angeles County. In her 27 years as an attorney, she has dedicated her career to prosecuting criminals, supporting children and families victimized by crime and participating in community efforts to further the support of children, youth and families.

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