Not later than 6 months after July 27, 2006, the Attorney General shall create and maintain a Project Safe Childhood program in accordance with this section.
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34 U.S. Code § 20942 - Project Safe Childhood
(a) Establishment of program
(b) Initial implementationExcept as authorized under subsection (c), funds authorized under this section may only be used for the following 5 purposes:
(1) Integrated Federal, State, and local efforts to investigate and prosecute child exploitation cases, including—
the partnership by each United States Attorney with each Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force that is a part of the Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Program authorized and funded under title IV of the Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974 (42 U.S.C. 5771 et seq.)  (referred to in this section as the “ICAC Task Force Program”) that exists within the district of such attorney;
the partnership by each United States Attorney with other Federal, State, and local law enforcement partners working in the district of such attorney to implement the program described in subsection (a);
the development by each United States Attorney of a district-specific strategic plan to coordinate the investigation and prosecution of child exploitation crimes;
(2) Major case coordination by the Department of Justice (or other Federal agencies as appropriate), including specific integration or cooperation, as appropriate, of—
any task forces established in connection with the Project Safe Childhood program set forth under subsection (a); and
Increased Federal involvement in child pornography and enticement cases by providing additional investigative tools and increased penalties under Federal law.
(4) Training of Federal, State, and local law enforcement through programs facilitated by—
(C) any other ongoing program regarding the investigation and prosecution of computer-facilitated crimes against children, including training and coordination regarding leads from—
(5) Community awareness and educational programs through partnerships to provide national public awareness and educational programs through—
(C) any other ongoing programs that—
raises  national awareness about the threat of online sexual predators; or
(c) Expansion of project safe childhoodNotwithstanding subsection (b), funds authorized under this section may be also be 2 used for the following purposes:
The addition of not less than 8 Assistant United States Attorneys at the Department of Justice dedicated to the prosecution of cases in connection with the Project Safe Childhood program set forth under subsection (a).
The creation, development, training, and deployment of not less than 10 new Internet Crimes Against Children task forces within the ICAC Task Force Program consisting of Federal, State, and local law enforcement personnel dedicated to the Project Safe Childhood program set forth under subsection (a), and the enhancement of the forensic capacities of existing Internet Crimes Against Children task forces.
The development and enhancement by the Federal Bureau of Investigation of the Innocent Images task forces.
(d) Authorization of appropriationsFor the purpose of carrying out this section, there are authorized to be appropriated—
(1) for the activities described under subsection (b)—
(2) for the activities described under subsection (c)—
(A) for fiscal year 2007—
(Pub. L. 109–248, title I, § 143, July 27, 2006, 120 Stat. 604.)
References in Text
The Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Act of 1974, referred to in subsec. (b)(1)(A), is Pub. L. 93–415, Sept. 7, 1974, 88 Stat. 1109. Title IV of the Act was classified generally to subchapter IV (§ 5771 et seq.) of chapter 72 of Title 42, The Public Health and Welfare, prior to editorial reclassification as subchapter IV (§ 11291 et seq.) of chapter 111 of this title. For complete classification of this Act to the Code, see Short Title of 1974 Act note set out under section 10101 of this title and Tables.
Section was formerly classified to section 16942 of Title 42, The Public Health and Welfare, prior to editorial reclassification and renumbering as this section.