Indianapolis, IN (PRWEB) February 02, 2015
iRecord, the leading manufacturer of digital video recording and evidence management solutions for law enforcement professionals, has created a contest, Help End Child Abuse, to highlight what Child Advocacy Centers do across the nation and provide them with the opportunity to win the tools and equipment needed to take care of the children and families they serve.
“iRecord has always had a passion for helping protect children in any way we can. We are very fortunate to have the ability to serve our Child Advocacy Center customers across the country and are willing to do anything to help them save children’s lives,” said Rick Barretto, iRecord’s President. “We have a long history of supporting CACs at both the state/local level as well as the national/federal level. If our purposeful technology plays even a small part in helping our customers and the children they serve, we know we are making a difference.”
iRecord’s Help End Child Abuse contest is our way of thanking Child Advocacy Centers for the work they do in the community and to help stop child abuse. The Help End Child Abuse contest officially kicked off January 8, 2015.
Child Advocacy Centers across the nation may visit the iRecord website to register their organizations any time on or until February 2, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. Online registration runs from January 8, 2015, at 8 a.m. until March 1, 2015, at 11:59 p.m. Online voting will take place February 2, 2015, at 8 a.m. until March 1, 2015,11:59 p.m. iRecord will announce the winning organization the week of March 2, 2015.
There is no purchase necessary to enter or participate. Registration is now open. There is no purchase necessary to enter or participate. Registration is now open. Visit http://irecord.tv/cac-giveaway-main/ to enter.
iRecord is a developer of simple, secure, one-touch, mission-critical video recording and enterprise video management solutions.
About Child Advocacy Centers
The Child Advocacy Centers are a non-profit corporations that provide abused children with a warm and non-threatening environment in which they can feel safe to talk about their abuse. Child Advocacy Centers serve child victims of physical and sexual abuse, child witnesses of violent crime and at-risk children and families.