In addition, the Child Exploitation Tracking System (CETS) software recently launched in Brazil and Chile has allowed police agencies to share and analyze information pertaining to child exploitation on the Internet.
What does CETS stand for?
CETS stands for Child Exploitation Tracking System (Canada)
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- Conselho Estadual Trânsito (Brazil State Traffic Council)
- Committee on Education Training and Recruitment for Cataloging
- Combustion Emissions Technical Resource Document (EPA)
- Centre Tricontinental (Belgium)
- Combat Effective Training Management
- Centro de Estudiantes de Teatro
- Comprehensive Emergency Transportation Response Plan
- Carbon Emissions Trading Scheme (Australia)
- Center for Education Technology Services
- Certified Employment Training Specialist
- Church of England Temperance Society
- Civilian Engineering & Technical Services
- Clinical Especializada para Evaluaciones y Tratamientos Psicologicos
- Commission on Engineering and Technical Systems
- Commonwealth Electronic Tender System (Australia)
- Communicative Education Training System
- Compact Engine Test Stand
- Conference Europeenne des Télécommunications par Satellites (French: European Conference on Satellite Communications)
- Connector Environmental Test Stand
- Continuing Education and Training Service (UK)
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The Child Exploitation Tracking System will save "time and lives" in the fight against sex offenders who groom victims and share sick images of child abuse online, according to experts.
The Child Exploitation Tracking System (Cets) will save 'time and lives' in the fight against online sex offenders and has already produced results, according to one senior police officer.
com/cgi-bin/prnh/20000822/MSFTLOGO ) The Child Exploitation Tracking System (CETS) was developed by Microsoft Canada, the Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) and the Toronto Police Service following a personal e-mail plea from Toronto Police Detective Sergeant Paul Gillespie to Microsoft Chairman and Chief Software Architect Bill Gates in January 2003.