Cyber Investigations &

Crime Reporting Services


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Main Call Center: 1-888-798-2272

1304 Sunset Blvd, Unit 1070, West Columbia, SC 29169

EIN 27-3056398 · DUNS 054265864 · CAGE 6VS85

Safe haven guidelines

safe haven award

The CCRA Safe Haven Award was created in 2016 for businesses who believe they have what it takes to prevent child exploitation and bullying from occurring on their premises. Although it's physically impossible to stop all forms of harassment and critical issues, the simple attempt to resolve all issues in a timely manner shows that a business tries to protect it's youthful customers and visitors. Simply reporting those critical issues to law enforcement and security departments for resolution are sufficient enough resolutions.

our active programs

Currently no future programs in development.

The form will need to be printed and completed in black or blue pen. When finished, please send completed applications to

law enforcement online training

Since our start, our agency has performed much research and assisted with law enforcement agencies, in regards to online enticement of children and illicit imagery. Many law enforcement agencies are unable to perform certain tasks, due to a lack of funding for training, as well as not initially receiving detailed training that is needed in police academies. Our agency has developed an online portal, where law enforcement agencies can enroll in "at your own pace type", training courses. These courses provide training that has been proven to work and training that other agencies have been known to use. A small donation will be required from the department or city.

our future programs

  • Must be a place of business, educational establishment, fast food business, grocery store, department store or city/town
  • Must have few to no issues related to sex offenders, physical bullying/fights and child exploitation
  • Must not currently employ any registered sex offenders
  • Must have at least one year of business operation
  • ​Establishment must provide services to minors