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The Southern Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (SOVA-ICAC)


SOVA-ICAC

WEBSITE DEVELOPMENT CASE STUDY:

The Southern Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force’s (SOVA-ICAC)


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OUR CLIENT

The Southern Virginia Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force’s (SOVA-ICAC) mission is to reduce and prevent internet crimes against children. SOVA-ICAC is one of the first ten federally mandated task forces started in 1998 dedicated to this cause. Today, it is one of 61 task forces across the United States. SOVA-ICAC oversees most of Virginia and has approximately 153 agencies as part of its task force. Beyond its core mission, SOVA-ICAC also provides education to children and parents regarding internet safety.

SOVA-ICAC came to Ironistic to build a website that provides education and resources regarding internet safety for children and minors. They also wanted this site to act as a hub for citizens to report suspicious behavior to law enforcement, and allow users to request presentations or educational events to better inform the public of their mission.

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OBJECTIVES

Ironistic’s

SOLUTION

To increase SOVA-ICAC’s brand visibility, Ironistic built a mobile-friendly themed website geared towards a seamless user experience for the general public. In addition to strong calls-to-actions to assist with reporting suspicious behavior and determining the correct task force to contact, Ironistic created an organized portfolio of content on the backend of SOVA-ICAC’s site. This allows the client to now access and easily manage pages, links, images, and documents internally. We also made sure to explain what the reporting process for users is like, answered FAQs, and provided links to useful resources.

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