It isn’t perfect, by any means, but the survey is now out and available to all police pro active sex sting victims. Here is the link for those of you who haven’t yet filled it out:

https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/VTB7RN6

I’m already learning from responses… for instance, did you all know the following incentive existed in the previous ICAC statute?

(b) National program

(1) State representation

The ICAC Task Force Program established under subsection (a) shall include at least 1 ICAC task force in each State.

(2) Capacity and continuity of investigations

In order to maintain established capacity and continuity of investigations and prosecutions of child exploitation cases, the Attorney General, shall, in establishing the ICAC Task Force Program under subsection (a) consult with and consider all 59 task forces in existence on October 13, 2008.  The Attorney General shall include all existing ICAC task forces in the ICAC Task Force Program, unless the Attorney General makes a determination that an existing ICAC does not have a proven track record of success.

The Attorney General can cut a state’s funding if their results aren’t up to expectations?!?

Granted this is an older version of the statute but significant in that this is how the program was set up to be run. Here is the link if you’d like to read for yourself (thank you scott).

https://codes.findlaw.com/us/title-42-the-public-health-and-welfare/42-usc-sect-17612.html

Doesn’t this sound like a cousin to “Bratton’s Cancer”? The practice in NYC of quotas for arrests and summonses created under the leadership of New York’s police commissioner William Bratton? Popularized by the HULU documentary “Crime and Punishment”

And the current formula for federal ICAC funding is still based on the number of reported arrests and successful prosecutions.

Yet with all this damning evidence that perchance police proactive sex stings are an illegal scheme developed by states to fund their police forces, finding believers is still hard to do.

Right now, a man sits on trial for ‘legally’ murdering another man, George Floyd, in the streets, with witnesses, caught on video tape – and we don’t believe cops could twist the rules for federal funding and overtime pay???

Shame on each of you who still blindly believe all police officers just try to help and do the right thing.

3 thoughts on “Survey says…..

  1. Thank you for doing this, Kathleen. Unfortunately, many people just don’t want to believe that police have been lying about these sex stings and they are just a scam. That’s why they don’t want to have to answer the hard questions, and anytime they have answered any, they have given dishonest answers.
    Even Dr. Phil fell for their lies. 🤦🏻‍♀️ He didn’t want to believe that police could be running a scam like this, even though there is so much evidence that shows exactly that.

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  2. On trial for ‘allegedly’ murdering a man. There is no such thing as ‘legally murdering’ someone, as murder is defined as the illegal homicide of an individual. Using a picture from Chinese Police must have been a mistake, as it doesn’t further your cause. Holding everyone accountable equally, is the goal.

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    1. I did mean legally murdering, there is definitely such a thing – it’s been happening for centuries. This act that happened to Flyod is nothing more than a ‘horizontal lynching’ IMO. It wasn’t the KKK, it was another group of powerful people who think they are above the law. Just as they think when enticing men to come have sex with consenting adults, while throwing in just enough rhetoric to have the appearance of impropriety. I also do not feel using Chinese police matters at all – same tactic, same injustice. Floyd, and the USA are not the only countries who prey upon their own people. Holding people accountable is the goal, yes. I just researched the Catholic Church scandal…it can take a long time to get others to understand and believe!

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