Over 2 Dozen Children Rescued in Operation Janus Against Online Child Exploitation

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In a recent operation called Janus, over 2 dozen children were rescued and almost 60 people have been charged with criminal offenses related to online sexual abuse and exploitation of minors. The North Texas Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force and FBI Dallas Division’s Child Exploitation Task Force conducted this investigation from Jan. 16 to Feb. 10, using skilled computer crime investigators from various agencies in North Texas.

The goal of the operation was to identify and save children who were forced into sexual acts and arrest those who were trafficking images and videos of those acts online. After nearly a month-long investigation involving almost 3 dozen law enforcement agencies from across North Texas and even Alaska, the operation came to a close on Friday.

The result was the rescue of 28 children and the arrest of 59 people facing at least 80 criminal charges. The FBI Dallas Acting Special Agent in Charge James J. Dwyer stated, “Operation Janus allowed us to collectively support each other by sharing resources and intelligence to catch predators in the act. It also allowed us to recover children and protect them from further harm." This successful operation serves as a reminder to parents and caregivers to be vigilant when monitoring their children's internet activity and to report any suspicious behavior.

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