The RCMPโ€™s National Child Exploitation Crime Centre (NCECC) and the Canadian Centre for Child Protection (C3P) are releasing a new poster to help the public recognize sextortion and are asking for your help. 

Please join the collective effort to help the public recognize sextortion, empower young people and provide assistance through this poster campaign.

Being able to recognize sextortion and knowing where to find help is the first step to stopping the harm. This new poster is attached and is also accessible at A QR code is featured for easy access to the website for more information and to access support.

The campaign promotes several important messages including letting victims know they are not alone, there is help available, sextortion is not their fault, and most importantly that there is life after images.

Together we can help everyone recognize sextortion when they see it and stop further harm.

Thank you for your participation! We all need to play a role in protecting children! For more information, please reach out to

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