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If a government agency is interested (police, FBI, military CID, etc.) then the chatlog and other information is not posted to the site until after a conviction has been reached.Before Perverted-Justice's "Information First" program and cold-calling policy became standard, logs that received no interest from law enforcement agencies were posted directly to the website. The complete unedited chat logs, which usually contain sexually explicit content and obscenities (and sometimes are annotated with comments from the Perverted-Justice volunteer) are now posted to the website only after the person's legal case has been resolved.He says Perverted-Justice is a computer watchdog agency that works closely with law enforcement agencies."The media likes to use the term 'vigilante' because it gets attention, but we don't consider ourselves vigilantes.
The volunteers' public profiles have youthful-sounding usernames, young ages, and pictures of children."Xavier became much more oriented toward getting pedophiles arrested rather than just making them complete social pariahs in their neighborhood," says Fencepost.Von Erck said he got the idea for the website while watching people attempt to groom young girls in chat rooms in Oregon.Their website serves as an archive of collected data on these investigations, which they make available in order to assist law enforcement and the public in understanding the behavior and child grooming techniques of online pedophiles.The activity of the Perverted-Justice website has included online volunteers carrying out sting operations by posing as children or teenagers (the age range portrayed by the decoys is usually 10–15) on chat sites and waiting for adults to approach them.
In the early days of the program, did not initiate contact with the police, professedly because officers were skeptical that its information could be used in a court of law.