ORLANDO, Florida — CrimeCon in Orlando was held last month and thousands of people from across the country gathered for the annual true-crime convention.
CrimeCon features guests from the true crime field including victims’ families, lawyers, journalists, advocates, podcasters and players from within the criminal justice system. It’s the world’s number one true crime event, according to organizers, and has grown considerably since launching in 2017.
EastIdahoNews.com reporter Nate Eaton was back at the CrimeCon for the third year in a row interviewing presenters, guests and others for a series of videos that will be posted in the coming days.
Angeline Hartmann works at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, a private, non-profit corporation whose mission is to help find missing children, reduce child sexual exploitation, and prevent child victimization.
Hartmann spoke with Nate about how NCMEC works with the families of missing kids and the work that goes into creating age-progression photos. Watch their interview in the video player above and learn more about NCMEC here.