Ellis County High Tech Crimes Unit, state agency join for course on Internet crimes against children

HAYS, KS -- A four-day course for certified law enforcement investigators on Internet crime against children begins on the campus of Fort Hays State University on July 11.

The Ellis County High Technology Crime Unit in conjunction with the National Center for Exploited and Missing Children and presented by the Kansas Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, will host the course, July 11-14, in Wiest Hall, room 104 B, on the Fort Hays State University campus. This room is adjacent to the Ellis County HTCU lab.

Participants must register by July 1.

"This type of instruction and training is extremely valuable and is in the national spotlight," said Ed Howell, director of FHSU's University Police and a member of the HTCU.

The class is limited to 18 officers, and requires registration.

More information is available from Howell at ehowell@fhsu.edu.

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