Welcome to our defense oriented database of Internet Crimes Against Children arrests. Our government has operated a similar database for years compiling data and statistics to aid in obtaining convictions. It's time the tables were turned and this site is the first step in that direction. Over the years the ICAC program has grown well beyond its original mandate and the U.S. Congress has incentivized the creation of crime where none existed before. ICAC task forces must increase the number of arrests and convictions every year or risk losing millions in Federal grant money. This has caused ICAC task forces to move away from actually hunting down child predators to doing whatever is necessary to keep their numbers up. Ultimately this project will help to show that current ICAC investigations are not a good faith effort to catch predators but are instead a scheme to fleece the taxpayer while the nation's children remain unprotected.