And now we need to focus on looking for volunteers to do what we call phone verification.
Rather than chat with people online, phone verifiers are young-sounding males and females over the age of 21 who call these individuals pretending to be the teenager that an internet predator is attempting to groom for sex.
These people do a task that is all-important, they create false profiles and pages that we use to fill out our decoy profiles to best replicate what actual kids are doing online.
If you'd like to volunteer for that position, mail us at this address if you're even slightly savvy with today's social media and have even a scant amount of fair time.
Most of them don't hit the media, as arrests of males trying to sexually abuse minors don't raise much interest by reporters, but they all hit the courthouse.
Our organization is still bringing on chat-log contributors and phone verifiers.
We contacted the Beverly Police Department in Massachusetts and gave them our evidence so they could launch whatever investigation they felt appropriate.
Unfortunately, the laws do vary greatly from state to state.
There is little uniformity across the country in regards to this issue, from what constitutes an offense to the amount of time someone will serve.
Had Rozmiarek been in most other states, he could have been arrested.
In most states, simply communicating sexually with someone you believe to be a minor IS a crime.