September 2015

Connected kids, disconnected parents -
the creation of a digital environment around your child

A talk about online safety of young children
by Mick Moran Head of Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Unit in INTERPOL


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This is an invaluable opportunity to listen to a talk by Mick Moran from the Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation Unit in INTERPOL. Mick is back in Ireland presenting a talk on cybercrime at the Irish Wildlife Crime Conference and will be staying in Ireland for a week before returning to France and has kindly offered to share some of his extensive wisdom about online safety of young children.

The talk is open to all and especially relevant to parents with young children. It will also be extremely useful to people who work with children; teachers, social workers, youth workers, Gardaí, child psychiatrists and psychologists, children's rights organisations, paediatric physicians and people with a general interest in cyber crime.


Mick Moran Biography


Mick is a member of An Garda Síochána on secondment to INTERPOL General Secretariat in Lyon France. He has been a member since 1990 and has worked in a number of roles including front line policing including district court presenter, serious crime investigation and as a computer forensic examiner.
Since coming to INTERPOL he has been attached to the Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation unit. He currently heads up that team as the Assistant Director and manages the team that deal with Human Trafficking globally as well as the international aspects of child exploitation such as online, travelling sex offenders and missing children.
He has a BA (hons) in IT management and an MSc in Forensic computing and cybercrime investigation. He is a lecturer on these subjects at UCD and presents to conferences and seminars globally.






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