Criminal Justice Leadership Series: What the Tech? Current issues in Online Exploitation and Cyber Crime
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 from 12:00 PM to 2:00 PM (PDT)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
What the Tech? Current Issues in Online Exploitation and Cyber Crime
Attend our “What the Tech? Current issues in Online Exploitation and Cyber Crime” workshop, an interactive, presentation geared toward law enforcement, parents, educators and anyone who deals with children and teens who use technology. This interactive and dynamic workshop is presented by Tracy Webb, Senior Trial Attorney of the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office, and covers a wide variety of timely topics including Internet predators, social networking sites, digital reputation, geotagging, malware, sexting, cyber bullying, technology facilitated crimes against children and emerging issues of human sex trafficking of minors using digital technology.
- Attend an interactive presentation geared toward law enforcement, parents, educators and anyone who interacts with children
- Topics include cybercrime, social networking sites, digital reputation, cyber bullying, digital technology and more!
- Explore strategies to help children benefit from the vast and convenient resources of the web while avoiding many dangerous risks
- Light refreshments will be provided
Tuesday, March 11, 2014
12:00 - 2:00 PM
Pasadena Learning Center
299 N. Euclid Ave., Suite 100
Pasadena, CA 91101
Register by clicking on the register link above. The event is open to the community. Bring a guest.
Tracy Webb, M.S., J.D.
Tracy Webb is a Senior Trial Attorney in charge of the Cyber Crime and Child Abuse Prosecution Division of the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office. She is a career prosecutor who has spent the majority of her career prosecuting child abuse cases including physical, sexual, exploitation and technologically facilitated crimes against children.
Tracy is currently an active member of the Federal Internet Crimes against Children (ICAC) Task Force and co-chair of the Los Angeles County Cyber Crime Task Force. She is a frequent speaker locally and nationally in the area of cyber crime and child abuse and exploitation. Tracy is also an Emmy-award winning producer of a documentary film on gang violence. She has produced numerous films and Public Service Announcements on child abuse and cyber crime that are currently airing on various television stations. She recently completed a documentary short on the state of child welfare in Los Angeles County and is currently in pre-production for a film on Human Trafficking in Southern California.
Tracy is currently on the faculty of the University of Phoenix – Southern California and Online campuses in the College of Criminal Justice & Security where she is a Lead Faculty Area Chair and Manager of PhoenixConnect. She teaches a wide variety of criminal justice undergraduate and graduate courses including Cyber Crime and Information Systems Security and Security of Information Systems, Critical Incident Management and Cyber Crime and the Role of Law Enforcement Personnel in the Bachelor’s and Master’s degree programs.
Prior to working for the City of Los Angeles, Tracy was the Chief Prosecutor for the City of Pasadena for eight years. In this capacity, Tracy was responsible for supervising a staff of attorneys and support staff who handled the criminal offenses within the city limits of Pasadena as well as running a gang and code enforcement task force and handling a wide variety of criminal prosecutions including child abuse and gang violence cases.
For the past 29 years, Tracy has dedicated her career to prosecuting criminals, supporting children and families, educating law enforcement and the community and participating in community efforts to further the support and safety of children, youth and families.
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