Attorney General Cameron and his office are dedicated to addressing and preventing sexual abuse and trafficking of children. General Cameron is committed to helping Kentucky communities and organizations prevent child abuse through extensive training and grants. The office works diligently to stop child trafficking and online predators with the help of law enforcement from across the state.
Supporting Child Abuse Prevention Efforts Through the Child Victims' Trust Fund
The office's Child Victims' Trust Fund (CVTF), administered by the Child Sexual Abuse and Exploitation Prevention Board (Board), approves and provides annual grants from the CVTF to support child abuse prevention programs, trainings and funding to the state's Child Advocacy Centers to cover costs associated with child sexual abuse forensic exams.
Together the Office of the Attorney General and CVTF provide some of the most comprehensive statewide training aimed at preventing child abuse. For additional information regarding the upcoming child abuse prevention training in your area, please visit the
Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Trainings page.
Training workshops equip law
enforcement officers, prosecutors, parents, students, and child advocates to
recognize the signs of abuse and trafficking and to step in and stop it. To learn more about the fund and how to make a donation please visit the
Child Victims Trust Fund page.
Fighting to Protect Children from Human Trafficking
The Office of the Attorney General acts as the leading agency fighting human trafficking, a modern-day form of slavery forcing children into sex or labor services.
Shielding Children from Online Predators
Cybercrime investigators employed by the Office of the Attorney General investigate individuals who possess and distribute child pornography as well as those who solicit minors for sex online. Investigators also assist with the forensic review of technology on local human trafficking cases.