The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
This session will feature a panel of survivors of child sexual abuse imagery/videos and child sexual exploitation who experienced online enticement or sextortion. The presenters will share the ways perpetrators utilized coercion and manipulation to elicit submission and shed light on the psychological impacts left behind. They will also discuss the practical and tangible techniques used by law enforcement and other professionals that helped them feel supported and led to positive outcomes. The panel will be moderated by NCMEC and highlight the concepts of choice, consent, and control – three themes central to the healing process for sexual abuse and exploitation survivors.
Discuss the different survivor experiences based on victimization through CSAM, online enticement, and sextortion.
Gain insight into the challenges experienced by survivors whose offenders have used coercion and manipulation to gain their trust.
Learn the techniques and tactics law enforcement used that impacted survivors in a positive way.