Project VIC – Leave No Victims Behind

More than 2,500 law enforcement agencies in 40 countries use the technology

Project VIC is a global partnership that uses advanced technology to fight child sexual exploitation and trafficking. Using new forensic and data analytics tools, Project VIC identifies new victims of abuse and locates perpetrators around the globe.

More than 2,500 law enforcement agencies in 40 countries use the technology developed by Project VIC’s partners to rescue child victims, apprehend offenders and secure crime scenes.

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What is Project VIC?

The goal of Project VIC is to create an ecosystem of information and data sharing between domestic and international law enforcement agencies all working on crimes facilitated against children and the sexual exploitation of children. Individual agencies generally retain silos of similar data—data that would be far more useful in the aggregate.

Project VIC allows agencies to leverage aggregate data, technologies and innovation. Although Project VIC is known for its robust image hash values, we also offer domestic and international training programs through partnerships with the National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC) and the International Centre for Missing and Exploited Children (ICMEC).