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Pulaski Police Department Joins the WI Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force


PULASKI - The Pulaski Police Department has joined the Wisconsin Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) Task Force.


"We are pleased to have you as a member of the Wisconsin ICAC Task Force and pledge our full support to you as we work together to make Wisconsin safer for our children," said Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen.


As part of this affiliation, the Pulaski Police Department is eligible for:


  • Reimbursement to help fund ICAC related expenses, including computer hardware and software;
  • Notification of and priority for sought-after ICAC related training, offered both nationally and in Wisconsin;
  • Investigative assistance from highly trained ICAC investigators and forensic computer analysts throughout the state;
  • Access to the national ICAC email group;
  • Recognition on both the Pulaski Police Department's website, and on the Wisconsin Department of Justice website.


"Pulaski Police Department is committed to doing everything we can to protect our children and seek out predators who desire to take advantage of them,” said Police Chief Randal Dunford.“We are grateful to be able to partner with the Wisconsin Department of Justice and the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force to fight this growing problem. By law enforcement working together in this collaborative effort we will send a clear message that the internet is not a fishing well for sexual predators. We will do everything within our power to bring them to justice. By working together we will do a better job of educating our community on the dangers of the internet as well as arrest those who use it to commit crimes against children,” said Chief Dunford.


To learn more about the ICAC Task Force program at the Pulaski Police Department, contact Chief Dunford at (920) 822-4090.


This year marks the 11th anniversary of the founding of the Wisconsin Department of Justice Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force. "In the past decade, Wisconsin's ICAC Task Force and Affiliate Agencies have arrested 728 suspects, executed 1,017 search warrants, and rescued countless numbers of children throughout the state," said Van Hollen.


According to Van Hollen, there are over 22,304 internet protocol addresses in Wisconsin containing and offering to distribute known images of child pornography. One in seven children are asked online to engage in sexual activities, sexual talk, or provide personal sexual information.


Van Hollen has placed a priority on law enforcement's proactive response to the growing problem of internet crimes against children. To that end, Van Hollen has directed a 67% increase in the number of special agents assigned to the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force within the Division of Criminal Investigation.


In addition to expanding investigative capacity internally, Van Hollen and the Department of Justice have continued to add additional local affiliates to the Wisconsin ICAC Task Force. The number of local law enforcement partners to the Department of Justice's ICAC Task Force has increased by more than five times to 157 since Attorney General Van Hollen took office. You can access a list of affiliates at

“Let internet predators take note. Our commitment is unceasing. We will identify you, arrest you, and take you off the street; we will follow you to every area of the internet, no matter where you try to hide; and we will work together in law enforcement to stay one step ahead of you,” said Van Hollen.


For more information on how your community can become an affiliate of the Wisconsin ICAC Task Force contact Michelle Dubois at (608) 266-1671.