Kinsa TRAINS law enforcement and child protection personnel worldwide on how to rescue child victims and capture the abusers and others who share images of the abuse of these children through the Internet.
As the Internet grows, so do the number of people sharing images of child abuse online. Consequently the need for police investigators with expertise in solving online child exploitation cases also expands. Global training and collaboration are the keys to successfully locating and rescuing these children. And Kinsa is the conduit.
Country-by-country, Kinsa brings teams of investigators and prosecutors to its headquarters in Toronto to learn the latest tools and techniques regarding how to find and prosecute those who exploit children online.
Through generous individual and corporate donations, Kinsa is able to deliver training for visiting investigators and prosecutors. Kinsa works with the R.C.M.P. (under an M.O.U.), the Toronto Police Service, The Ontario Provincial Police, the Ministry of the Attorney General and United States Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) to deliver training at our office and also the Toronto Police College. A typical, week-long course is taught by a minimum of 8 subject matter experts (SME’s) from law enforcement, prosecution, and child protection service sectors.