In most states, simply communicating sexually with someone you believe to be a minor IS a crime.Unfortunately, the laws do vary greatly from state to state.Since "To Catch a Predator" ran it's course, we've been focusing on working with police and just getting arrests.

The DA in Massachusetts has declined to prosecute, citing that Massachusetts law requires active enticement to Massachusetts, which the log doesn't have.

Because we couldn't get him to cross into New York, he couldn't be arrested.

We've been bringing on volunteers and restocking our roster of people working in chat-rooms and on social networking websites to bring internet predators to police.

And now we need to focus on looking for volunteers to do what we call phone verification.

It seems like every day there's a new form of online dating.

No matter what type of relationship you're looking for — from the forever kind to the friends-with-benefits kind — there's an app for that!We've been working hard behind the scenes, still hitting the rooms and working with police. For those of you who only know us from "To Catch a Predator", we were working hard before TCAP and we're working hard after TCAP.To illustrate that, this isn't just a note about our 600th conviction, but rather that we're shooting beyond 600 with two convictions scheduled to be posted each week until mid-June. We've been getting convictions now since our first... If you'd like to help us push towards 700, swing by our forums and say hello on our discord.For now though, the outcome that Edward Rozmiarek has been fired, that the media has reported why, and now that his words and actions online have been documented...he won't get his dream job of being a principal of an elementary school.We're taking volunteers for every position, from chat contributor to content creator to phone verifier and all that jazz.