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Liz Marangoni

Account Manager

Tel : 631.589 .6299 x226


Fax: 631 .589.8249
Cell : 631.786. 1751
emoil : liz@computercop.com

1 Corporate Drive, Suite 103


Bohemia, New York 11716

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Tel 631 .589 .6299 Fax 631 .589 .8249 www.computercop .com

Roseville Police Department


2660 Civic Center Drive
Roseville, MN 55113
651-792-7209
Dear Heather Darby,
Thank you for your interest in alerting parents to the dangers of the Internet and
adductions of children. Our product is a quick way for parents to find out if their children
are safe online. With ComputerCOP, you just drop the CD in the computer and it does
the work for you. ComputerCOP requires no computer skills. ComputerCOP
instantly scans for potentially offensive images and keywords from our database of nearly
1,000 words and phrases drawn from the environments of pornography, drugs, violence,
hate crimes and gambling. It also alerts parents to pedophiles trying to communicate with
their children, and will display deleted files .
Our community outreach program has been very successful with police agencies, schools
& cities. Our marketing sheet lists a few of them. Most agencies find funding from their
seized assets or DARE/Grants funds, or corporate sponsors to purchase ComputerCOP.
Its been our experience that businesses welcome being part of this type of Community
Outreach Programs.
With an order of 1,000 units or more, we'll customize the software for the Roseville
Police Department. The customized version includes an interactive safety video. Also we
could add a safety video of your Chief to our product. We did this for the Sheriff of Polk
County and the Mayor of Danbury CT. Your department, non-profit organization or fund
raising efforts will receive $10.00 for each ComputerCOP Deluxe upgrade ordered via
your customized CD.

Enclosed is the customized CD and packaging currently being distributed.


I look forward to any comments you might have.
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Roseville Police Department
2669 Civic Center
Roseville, MN 55113

Customer ID

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12/23/04

Net Due

Description
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Heather B. Darby
Community Relations Coordinator
Police Department

Police Department
2660 Civic Center Drive ~ Roseville, MN 55113
Phone: 651-792-7008
Fax: 651-792-7200
www.cityofroseville.com

2660 Civic Center Drive


Roseville, MN 55113
www.cityofroseville.com

Phone: 651-792-7209
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Our lives are affected daily by advances in technology. In most cases it's very beneficial;
however, in some cases technology has opened the door to new dangers. A child's desire
to explore and natural curiosity may lead him or her to inappropriate places such as web
sites which contain graphic sexual content, advocate drug use, promote bigotry and hate,
or encourage violent or anti-social behavior. It can also bring them into contact with
pedophiles and sexual predators.
The Roseville Police Department is pleased to provide this software as a tool to assist you
in monitoring your child's activities while they are on-line. Remember, it's our
responsibility as parents to set boundaries. Don't allow your child to use the computer
without teaching them safety on the Internet. For more information on Internet safety,
please call Community Relations Coordinator, Heather Darby at (651) 792-7209.
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program or any charitable organization that you choose. This information is on the Upgrade Screen.

"For each upgrade ordered, the City of Hollvwood Police Department will
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Thank you for your order!


We appreciate your business and we want to make sure your customized ComputerCOP is
something you are especially proud to give to your community.

To this, we ask you give the color and art selection proper consideration. That's why we
provide you with this form. Please complete pages 2, 3, 4 and fax them back to us
(631.589.8249).
Please call your salesperson if anything seems unclear.
Sorry, we can't start working on your project until this form is completed and faxed back.

Please note, you will receive a mock.;.up of the packaging, cd-rom label and software for
your approval and signature before we start production.

ART: LOGOS, BADGES, PATCHES


Let's briefly discuss the type and quality of images we can use on your packaging and CD
label.
We cannot use any images from your organization's web site on your packaging. Web site
images are by their nature very low resolution--great for a web site, even fine for us to use for
the screens inside the software itself, but bad for printed material.
The best kind of image your organization can provide us with is a high-resolution, eps file,
saved in Macintosh format. Any type of logo where you want the background color of the
packaging to be seen or bleed through, the logo must be in eps format.
If you are providing us with a scanned photograph or a scan of your patch or Iago where there
is no bleed through of the background color, please make sure it is, again. high resolution.
Scan it at no lower than 300 dpi (dots per inch) and save it as a tif (macintosh format) or a
jpeg.
You can either save these files to a floppy, CD or ZIP disk. Depending on file size, you can
email it to us at art@computercop.com

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Thank you for your interest in alerting parents to the dangers of the Internet and
adductions of children. Our product is a quick way for parents to find out if their children
are safe online. With ComputerCOP, you just drop the CD in the computer and it does
the work for you. ComputerCOP requires no computer skills. ComputerCOP
instantly scans for potentially offensive images and keywords from our database of nearly
1,000 words and phrases drawn from the environments of pornography, drugs, violence,
hate crimes and gambling. It also alerts parents to pedophiles trying to communicate with
their children, and will display deleted files.
Our community outreach program has been very successful with police agencies, schools
& cities. Our marketing sheet lists a few of them Most agencies find funding from their ,
seized assets or DARE/Grants funds, or corporate sponsors to purchase ComputerCOP
Its been our experience that businesses welcome being part of this type of Community
Outreach Programs.
With an order of 1,000 units or more, we'll customize the software for the Roseville
Police Department. The customized version includes an interactive safety video Also we
could add a safety video of your Chief to our product. We did this for the Sheriff of Polk
County and the Mayor of Danbury CT. Your department, non-profit organization or fund
raising efforts will receive $10.00 for each ComputerCOP Deluxe upgrade ordered via
your customized CD.

Enclosed is the customized CD and packaging currently being distributed.


I look forward to any comments you might have.

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CAROL L. FRIEDLAND, Ph.D.


LICENSED CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGIST
TEN EAST END AVENUE, SUITE #IN
NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10021

TEL (212) 585-2700

FAX (212) 772-0653

CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGICAL RESEARCH SUPPORTS THE NEED FOR


MONITORING CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES ON THE INTERNET

As a licensed clinical psychologist, working with families for over 25 years, I can state
absolutely that children need limits. For healthy development, they need to know that their
parents are there, that they are involved and aware of their children's lives, interests and
activities. Permissive or passive parenting has been shown again and again in clinical studies to
be highly ineffective. With no limits, children will push in negative directions harder and
harder, getting into more and more trouble, all in an attempt to get their parents to parent.
Unconsciously, they are trying desperately to get their parents to finally say, "No!" where the
child is unable to do this alone. With permissive parents who set no boundaries, when they
finally try to say "No", it is often too late.
Children will naturally rebel against parental boundaries. That is their job. They constantly test
the limits. But there must be limits to test and rules against which to rebel. They will complain
to their friends about how mean and strict their parents are. Kids very often do not have the
emotional strength or courage to go against their friends on their own and it is much easier for
them to simply say, "My lousy, rotten parent won't let me". The presence in their lives of a
caring, involved parent provides them a safe environment from which they can begin to
explore the craziness of the outside world. Including the INTERNET!!
Most parents are delighted when Little Johnny stops tormenting his sister and retreats to his
room to use his computer. They heave a sigh of relief thinking that he is safe at home, doing
something seemingly harmless and maybe even educational. The truth is that during this time
the child can be getting into real trouble, being exposed to violence, pornography, or
contacting dangerous, predatory individuals, all in the safety of his own room. To be a
responsible parent, it is imperative that the parent knows where their child is going on the
Internet.
I have reviewed the product, ComputerCOP, and I find it to be an easy to use tool capable of
providing parents with a road map of their child's explorations on the World Wide Web.
DO PARENTS HAVE THE RIGHT to review the web sites visited by their children or
know the contacts they make? Not only do they have the right, they have the responsibility.
Just as one would not leave their I 0 year-old alone in Times Square in NYC at 3 :00 am.,
saying "See you later, take care, bye bye, be home for dinner" it is irresponsible parenting to
leave a child unsupervised wandering around the World Wide Web.
SECRECY vs PRIVACY Every child has the need for privacy and as a child grows, his need
for privacy increases. But when kids begin to keep secrets (and this is obvious by the amount

of 0nger they show when you touch on those areas) they are hiding something. They are afraid
of being found out, of being exposed. They usually fear either embarrassment or punishment.
ComputerCOP allows parents, in a non-intrusive manner, to monitor their child's activities.
This is not the same as reading a child's journal or diary which is usually nothing more than
disrespectful intrusiveness. Diaries do not provide a 12 year-old with information on how to
obtain illegal firearms, build bombs or make dates with recently released sex offenders. The
Internet does.

ISN'T THE INFLUENCE OF THE PEER GROUP VERY POWERFUL? Yes, especially
with teenagers, friends do try to exert influence over their peers. Clinical studies, however,
show that parents have a far greater influence over the values, attitudes and behaviors of their
children. This is especially true if the children perceive the parents as being caring, interested
and INVOLVED in their lives. Parents have more influence over their child than they imagine.
BUT PARENTS ARE NEVER HOME WHEN THEIR CHILD IS ON THE
COMPUTER Most children today spend those important after-school hours from 3:00 - 6:00
p.m. either with child care workers, or alone. And let's be honest, many child care workers are
very happy when the kid in their charge is quietly punching away at a keyboard. Research
shows conclusively that when people, including children, are being observed, their behavior
changes. They will "do the right thing". Even if someone just THINKS they are being
observed, they will "do the right thing". We have all seen how traffic slows down when a
police car is spotted on the side of the road. Even if the police car is empty ... people begin to
obey the speed limit. One of the powerful effects of ComputerCOP is that the child knows that
he is being watched, being taken care of, being protected. Even if the parents never actually
use the product (but I highly recommend that they do), the child's behavior will be altered in
the direction of the desired behavior because he THINKS that he is being watched.
WHAT IF THE PARENT FINDS SOMETHING? ComputerCOP provides the user with
valuable resources to answer the parents' questions, provide information, and make referrals to
appropriate professional personnel, if necessary.
But let's be optimistic here! Parents will find something. Maybe even something good! They
have the opportunity to discover a wealth of information about their child's interests ... which
will not be all negative and dangerous! With the road map provided by ComputerCOP, the
child's developing personality, which is often occluded by loud music and purple hair, has the
opportunity to come shining through. More avenues of communication and opportunities for
sharing will become evident. And anything that enhances communication between parent and
child is a true blessing.

Dr. Carol Friedland is a licensed clinical psychologist She is in private practice in New
York City where she works with individuals, couples and families. Dr Friedland is a
regularly featured expert in a wide variety ofprint and broadcast media.

Treasury Executive Office for Asset Forfeiture


August 24, 2001
Mr. Alan R. Otto
Chief of Staff
Suffolk County Sheriffs Department
1000 Center Drive
Riverhead, New York 11901-3389
Dear Mr. Otto:
On May 10, 2001, the Suffolk County Sheriffs Department inquired about the possibility
of using equitable sharing funds to purchase and distribute 25,000 copies of
"ComputerCop" anti-pornography software to the community. On June 25, 2001 we
conclude that use of $50,000 to purchase and distribute this software to the community
would be a permissible use of equitable sharing funds.
The additional information demonstrated that the software provides direct support to law
enforcerr.ient, and has already proven to be an effective law enforcement aid in actual
cases. The new information also indicated that the software may be used with current
forensic capabilities of law enforcement agencies to gather even more information to
identify and locate perpetrators and possibly missing children. The software enables
parents to be able to print what they find so they may give the printouts to law
enforcement. The software also allows parents to view email addresses and instant
messages if they are in HTML format. Thus, the software's coverage and effectiveness is
greater than what we had originally thought based on the initi~l information provided.
Further, the additional information, and the better understanding we now have of the
software's capabilities, alleviate our concerns that there would be any appearance of
impropriety by distributing this software to the public at no cost. It appears to be a valid
crime prevention tool, as well as a law enforcement aid in a broad array of cases.
Thank you for taking the time to provide the additional information regarding this
initiative. We would request that the Suffolk County Sheriffs Department provide us
with feedback as to the success of the program. If you have any questions concerning
this matter, please contact me at (202) 622-9600.

Sincerely,
Raymond M. Dineen
, Director

Burlin~on Union
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Thursday,August15, 2002
Parents will be able to increase the safety of their children on the Internet through
a new software program called ComputerCOP. The Burlington Police
Department is distributing ComputerCOP, a software program that allows parents
to see the Web sites their children have been viewing. The Police Department
has this software available now and is making it available to parents for free.
"Kids nowadays know more about the Internet than their parents ever will," Police
Chief Fran Hart said. "You can get into trouble quickly if you're doing something
wrong with the Internet."
ComputerCOP software scans a computer and gives parents an easy way to see
if the computer has been used inappropriately. Though the software has clear
business applications, it is also beneficial for parents who can use the monitoring
software to automatically search for potentially offensive photo files and
suspicious words or phrases that match more than 1,000 red-flagged words
contained in the built-in dictionary.
Parents can utilize the software to protect their children from opportunists who
use the Internet to take advantage of youths and also to monitor their sons' and
daughters' activities. The simplicity of Computer Cop makes it easy for parents
who are unsophisticated computer users to protect their children by easily finding
objectionable web sites, activities and materials.
"The software was purchased through a Community Policing grant, so there was
no budgetary impact," Hart said. "It's just one more way we're trying to provide a
service to the community." Copies of the software are limited and are available in
the lobby of the police station.

http://www.townonline.com/burlington/news/loca(regional/bu_logsoftware08152002.htm

March 25

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March 25, 2002

Cops offer software to keep Net predators, porn from


kids
By Shantee Woodards I The Detroit News

WAYNE -- Local parents will be able to guard their children from sexual predators and
explicit images on the Internet through a new software program.
The Wayne Police Department will distribute ComputerCOP, a program that allows parents
to see the Web sites their children have been viewing. The Police Department expects to
receive the software from the company in about a month and will distribute it to parents for
free.
This will be the first time the software is offered in Metro Detroit. ComputerCOP also is
available through Flint Township police and the East China School District. Wayne police will
spend $5, 000 of its money seized through arrests to get the pro gram, which it will mail to
parents. Parents who don't live in Wayne can buy the program from the company's Web site,
www.computercop.com.
"Kids nowadays know more about the Internet than their parents ever will," Police Chief
Mike Sumeracki said. "You can get into trouble quickly if you're doing something wrong with
the Internet."
The software comes as law enforcement agencies across the country are trying to find ways
to keep minors away from cyber predators and pornography on the Internet. Through the
Wayne County Sheriffs Internet Task Force, undercover officers pose as children online and
bait potential cyber predators into meetings and subsequent arrests. Similar efforts against
cyber stalking and other Internet crimes are ongoing in Macomb and Oakland counties.
And the FBI is continuously making arrests nationally through a task force called Operation
Candyman, which allowed undercover officers to monitor distribution of child pornography on
the Internet. To date, 89 people have been charged and 27 arrested.
Wayne parent James Netter said he the program is a good idea, but had some reservations.
"Pornography on the Internet can come to them -- they don't have to search for it," Netter
said. "How are you going to stop the e-mails (with links to pornographic sites)? I know a lot
of adults who would like to know the answer to that."
You can reach Shantee Woodards at (734)354-4049 or swoodardsr'~)detnews.com.

http://www.computercop.com/public/march_25.htm

7/17/02

The News-Times: Local Police give parents software to safeguard kids on Internet

The News-Times

Police give parents software to safeguard kids on Internet


By Ann Marie Somma
THE NEWS-TIMES
2002-06-07

The software is being offered in response to the death last month of 13-year-old Christina Long,
who was strangled in the parking lot of the Danbury Fair mall, allegedly by a Greenwich man she
met on the Internet.
The police department will distribute the CD-ROMS to parents through its Community Service
division, said Police Chief Robert Paquette. The department expects to receive the software in
about a month.
"We need to protect the vulnerability of our children," Paquette said.
The police department will also expand its Drag Awareness Resistance Educa,:ion program to
include Internet safety. The program currently consists of police officers teaching public and
parochial school children about the dangers of drug and alcohol.
The city will pay $10,000 forS,000 CD-ROMS through the police departments budget. The software
will be given away, but parents can pay $39.95 to upgrade the software to monitor anything their
child has typed into the computer.
Without the upgrade, the software displays a history of Web sites the child has visited and anything
that has been sent to the child while he or she was online.
Stephen DelGiorno, president of the Bohemia, N.Y -based Computer Cop, said his Internet safety
and monitoring software is powerful yet easy to use.

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"Most parents do not know how to use a computer. They are afraid to touch the computer;'
DelGiorno said.
Computer Cop does not need to be installed. It operates off a CD-ROM. Parents simply insert the
CD into the computer and images from the Web sites their children visited or images sent to the
children appear on the screen.
The software is installed on every Gateway home computer and has been distributed by dozens of
police departments throughout the country, DelGiorno said.
Jay Munro, a Danbury parent of teen-agers, believes Computer Cop can be a helpful tool for
parents.
"It's a no-brainer. It'll open up parents' eyes to what's out there," Munro said.
On Thursday, Boughton also announced the creation of a Child Safety Task Force that will work with
the police department and school officials on issues affecting schoolchildren.
The task force consists of Sgt. Edward Lopes, schoolteacher Fran Evans, Carol Guyton of Catholic
Family Services and Munro.

Contact Ann Marie Somma


at
or at (203) 731-3411.
Copyright The News-Times all rights reserved

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FAX TRANS/vf!SSION

FAX TR.ANS1vIISSION

Alicia Mages

DEPARTivfENT: Waite Park Police Department


DATE:

lvfay 21, 2003

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PHONE NO: 320-251-3281


FAX NO: 320-259-4528

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INCIDENT DESCRIPTION:

On Friday May 23rd every child from Discovery, McKinley and St. Joseph's School will
be sent home with a CompuerCOP CD compliments of the waite Park Police Department
and the City of Waite Park.
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In an effort to keep kids safe online and to help parents monitor what their children are
doing on the computer, the Police Department purchased these CDs. The ComputerCOP
CD ertables parents to scan their computer. The disc will scan all drives on the computer,
including deleted files. This will help parents to get a better idea of what their children
are downloading and looking at. It also helps to alert parents to online predators that may
be contacting their children. This CD does not scan emails and chats, but an upgrade can
be purchased that has the ability to scan these files also.
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The scan takes a matter of minutes. "When the disc has completed the scan it will enable
the parents to go through the pictures one by one and see what has been looked at on their
computer. The disc also has a dictionary of about 1,000 words that when it locates these
words it will highlight in the document. The words are ones related to drugs, violence and
pedophiles. For example, the words "come to" or "send me" will highlight. vVhen you
place your cursor on these words it will indicate that these are words that a pedophile
may use to ask your child to meet them or send them pictures, etc.
The Waite Park Police Department and the City of Waite Park continue to search for
ways to help protect our yom1gest citizens from falling prey to criminals. We hope that all
of the citizens in the area will continue to work with us in this endeavor.

Thi: tlocumcnt(s) :i.:i:ompanying thi$ cover shec::t may i:unt:iin cunlitlc::ntial information which is kg:illy prutcctc::t.l. 111~ intormation is
intendc::tl only for thc:: usc:: of thc:: intc::nt.lc::t.l recipic::nt namc::t.l :ibovc::. If you :ire not the: intencktl rccipic::nt. you :irc:: hc::rcby notilic::~ that. any
t.lisclosure. copying. Jisrributi0n or the: taking of any :ii:ti0n in rcli:im:c:: on the contents uf this tckcopicc.l inli.Jrmatiun by yuu is >_tnctly
prohibitc::tl anc.J may r~sult in a criminal pc::nalty. It' you have rcccivct.l this fax in c::rrur. please noiity us immc::diatdy 10 arrange tor the
r~tum of this t.lucumc::nt cv us.

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Allan Sages
To:

Allan@computercop.com

Subject: FW: Community Outreach Goes

-----Original Message----From: Chief Gary L. McKenzie [mailto:chiefgary@northplains.org]


Sent: Wednesday, January 20, 1999 8:21 PM
To: Allan@computercop.com
Subject: Re: Community Outreach Goes International
Dear Computer Cop;
I just want to thank you for all your help and for being there at the IACP this year. I again want to relay to you
about the experience that I have had with your product.
Last year I was given a used computer from one of our citizens for my Kid Care program. I was told that all the
important programs were erased and that there was nothing in the computer such as business files and folders.
I had the computer cop disc that you had given to me some time before and for fun checked the computer before
passing it on to a school or a child.
Within seconds I was shocked as to what had come up that was still in the computer. 997 porn pictures, and all
kinds of words and sites that kids should have no business looking at. Thanks to you we avoided a real tragedy
by not passing the computer on until we removed all the trash that was stored in hidden files within the system.
I now check not only systems within the city but anyone who ask. This is a great product and every police agency
should have a copy in the patrol vehicles.
Again thank you for Computer Cop.
Sincerely,
Chief McKenzie
North Plains Police Department

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