Grants and Contributions:

Title:
Cybertip.ca
Agreement Number:
-
Agreement Value:
$17,185,000.00
Agreement Date:
Apr 1, 2024 - Mar 31, 2029
Description:
The Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) delivers the following activities: operate Cybertip.ca, Canada's national tip-line to report suspected cases of child sexual abuse and exploitation on the Internet. C3P provides the public with an anonymous reporting mechanism, triages reports received from the public and sends the relevant reports to law enforcement officials for investigation; continuously develop and maintain its Arachnid system and related innovative efforts; provides assistance and support to survivors of child sexual exploitation through their victim support strategy and conduct activities to increase public awareness of this issue.
Organization:
Public Safety Canada
Expected Results:

The Project is expected to fulfill the following outcomes: operation of Canada's national tip-line, Cybertip.ca, where the public can report suspected cases of online sexual abuse and exploitation; creation, promotion and dissemination of educational and awareness materials and resources; increased collaboration and partnerships with non-governmental organizations, experts and stakeholders; enhanced understanding of serious and organized crime issues among policy decision makers leading to better informed policy or legislative recommendations; and ultimately, creating a safe and resilient Canada by enhancing efforts to combat serious and organized crime and ensure personal safety for children on the Internet.

Location:
Winnipeg, Manitoba, CA R3N 0E7
Reference Number:
088-2023-2024-Q4-00029
Agreement Type:
Contribution
Report Type:
Grants and Contributions
Recipient Type:
Not-for-profit organization or charity
Recipient's Legal Name:
Canadian Centre for Child Protection
Program:
(CPCSOC) Contribution Program to Combat Serious and Organized Crime
Program Purpose:

CPCSOC supports initiatives, research, partnership building, specialized police services, projects and programs to increase knowledge, raise awareness and/or help advance efforts to combat serious and organized crime, through funding allocations to eligible recipients