conINT is a fully virtual two day intelligence conference with the goal of sharing knowledge and skills with aspiring and current intelligence professionals while also raising funds to directly support the mission of The National Child Protection Task Force.
Our inaugural conference in 2020 generated more than 23 hours of talk and workshop content, and saw more than 3,000 attendees for our free virtual conference. Sponsors gain unique brand exposure during the live event, as well as having logos displayed in the recorded talks and workshops published to our YouTube after the event.
- Law Enforcement Officers and Investigators
- Academics & Educators
Why Support conINT?
By becoming a sponsor of conINT, your funds will go directly to supporting the many costs behind running The National Child Protection Task Force, and enable us to continue to expand and assist law enforcement agencies around the world with important, time-sensitive cases focusing on human trafficking, child exploitation and missing persons.
The National Child Protection Task Force is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, formed to pursue child predators and aid in their arrest and prosecution anywhere they may hide. We were founded to provide law enforcement access to investigative expertise and resources that are unavailable or under-funded in most law enforcement organizations. The members of our Task Force volunteer their time to any agency, small or large, international or local, on important, time-sensitive cases involving missing, exploited, or trafficked children. We keep our drive because we strive to build a world where children wake up to experience childhood, feel safe, and end each day looking forward to tomorrow.
Conventional methods in criminal investigations have become archaic due to the fast evolving tactics of predators online. By using the most up-to-date technological innovation and collaboration we have had results. Hundreds of kids have been found sooner due to our interventions.
We inspire and train investigators to identify and track child predators more effectively and we empower individuals to use their skills and to build relationships as part of a protective network to ensure that each child has a childhood.
Projects and Initiatives you will be Supporting
Education Initiatives: Protect the Innocent
- Student Protection Presentations at Schools
- Volunteer Training
- OSINT Training
Investigation Initiatives: Save the Innocent
- Prosecute Active Cases
- Global Networking for Good
- OSINT Case Hunting
NCPTF Media Reach:
2,000+ Social media followers (Faecbook, LinkedIn & Twitter)
Due to the sensitivity and complexity of our cases we cannot publicize the hundreds of cases we have helped in the past few years. Below are just a few of our victories thanks to our highly skilled volunteers and generous donors.
- Suspects arrested after missing Missouri teen found in Kansas
- Suspect, missing Arkansas girl found in Nebraska
- Blytheville teen reported missing last week found safe, returned home
- Teenage girl reported missing in Oregon found safe
NCPTF in the news:
“We make use of breach data and anything else that we can use to identify active predators that are trying to hide from law enforcement while they prey on the most vulnerable members of our society.” Kevin Metcalf interviewed by ViceNews
NCPTF Contact/Social Media Info
E-mail: See Website
- Opportunity to participate in 2 NCPTF training webinars in 2022
- Opportunity to participate in 1 NCPTF training webinar in 2022
- 1 social media shoutout/promotion (text/image only) during the event
- 1 social media shoutout/promotion (text/image only) on the day of the event
Sponsors providing prize-only donations for the CTF will receive Bronze status and perks for the 2021 event, or higher based on the list price of the products donated. CTF prizes must be divisible among teams of up to 4 participants (e.g. 4 vouchers must be provided, or 4 items). Not all prize-only donations will be accepted. Please contact our team for additional information.
Sponsorship fees will be invoiced as “Due On Receipt” upon receipt of sponsorship contract. Invoice terms up to NET 30 may be available (with credit references) if agreement is executed prior to November 6, 2021.
Sponsored presentations during the conINT event must be focused on Intelligence collection and analysis, or related topics. While you may highlight your product or service during the presentation, it must not be exclusively a product demonstration or sales pitch. Slide decks must be submitted for review no later than November 6, 2021.
Cutoff date for logo inclusion on event merchandise is November 6, 2021. Sponsorship contracts received after this date may not be able to be included due to production timeline limitations.
NCPTF Webinar opportunity with Platinum and Gold tier sponsorships subject to approval. Some restrictions apply. Contact sponsorship team for additional details.