Find us at booth 34 at this year’s internationally recognized Crimes Against Children Conference, in Dallas. You’ll have the opportunity to meet our dedicated team, who can tell you everything you need to know about leveraging cutting-edge digital forensics to eliminate bottlenecks and close cases faster.
Detego’s technology is equipped with tailored solutions built specifically for hard-working investigators striving to put an end to digital crimes against children. Our state-of-the-art technology is trusted by specialist ICAC, CSAM and CSAE investigators, as well as specialist law enforcement units around the world.
We’re proud to say we assist investigators like you every day in the quest to rapidly identify, collect, analyze and present evidence through court-ready reports, and have further bolstered our ability to support investigators through partnerships with Project VIC and CAID (Child Abuse Image Database).
Stop by the booth to see how Detego’s technology simplifies and accelerates the extraction of crucial evidence from digital devices involved in crimes targeting children. You’ll see first-hand how Detego supports every part of your team, from the field agents working on the frontlines, to lab-based specialists.
You’ll also get a detailed insight into Detego’s latest solutions, including the Case Manager system for the end-to-end management of investigations, evidence and report creation. Our solutions even come with AI-driven automation to ensure faster case turnaround times when speed is essential.
Anyone who visits booth 34 this year will have an opportunity to win Detego software licenses (worth more than $10,000) during the event! Don’t miss your chance!
About the Annual Crimes Against Children Conference
The Annual Crimes Against Children Conference is the premier conference in the industry, providing practical insights to those fighting crime against youths. The conference is presented by the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center and provides training to those employed by government and non-profit agencies in the areas of child protective services, law enforcement, and social work, among other sectors.