Evansville Police Department

Internet Crimes Against Children Unit

One investigator assigned to the Internet Crimes Against Children Unit in conjunction with the FBI’s Child Exploitation Task Force, is responsible for searching and investigating websites and identified offender’s computer files for evidence of child pornography and other sex crimes against juveniles.


Click the below images or links to learn more:


National Center For Missing & Exploited Children »


Cyber Tip Line »


What is considered a crime against a child over the internet?

Any viewing, downloading or sharing of pictures or video images of a child under the age of 18 that is engaging in a sex act or nude is illegal. Soliciting anyone under the age of 18 to perform in the nude or to engage in a sex act or certain computer chats of a sexual nature would also be criminal.

What is Holly’s House and where is it located?

Holly’s House is a child and adult Advocacy Center for victims of intimate crimes. It is a separate location from the Evansville Police Department. The advocacy center promotes a private environment where a victim can feel more comfortable and secure in answering questions. Holly’s House is located at 750 North Park Drive (the old North Park Library). Phone: (812) 437-7233.

Contact the Internet Crimes Unit

Hours of Operation:
Monday – Friday
8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
After hours emergency call outs are initiated by calling the Central Dispatch center at 911.

Phone: (812) 434-8255
Fax: (812) 435-2396