U-S Attorney General Alberto Gonzales handed Kentucky a check for 400-thousand dollars today to help crack down on child predators.
Gonzales says Kentucky is one of many states that have a problem with children meeting predators over the Internet.
Today, Gonzales toured an advocacy center in Lexington that helps children who are sexually abused.
The 400-thousand dollars goes to the Kentucky-based Project Safe Childhood Task Force, which has been vigilant in helping police investigate Internet crimes.
According to the Department of Justice, one in seven children who use the Internet has been sexually solicited and one in three has been exposed to unwanted sexual material
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