F&S Computer Services
Long-time friends Frank Gill and Steve Sacco joined forces after retirement and formed F&S Computer Services.  The primary mission of this venture is to educate parents, teachers, and community leaders about the potential dangers our children face on the Internet and to provide them with the tools to make the Internet a safer place for children to explore.

Frank Gill
Frank is a retired police detective, having retired from the Saugus, Massachusetts Police Department after thirty-three years of service.  He has served as the Juvenile Officer, Safety Officer, Court Liaison Officer, and Crime Analysis Officer. Frank was the network administrator for the Saugus Public Safety Building. He had the responsibility of conducting Internet investigations; seeking out child predators, while posing as a child in Internet chat rooms.  Frank had a successful conviction rate from these investigations.

While he was with the Saugus Police Department, Frank hosted a training program in Internet Crimes which provided numerous Departments with the knowledge to identify sexual predators online. He was also a member of the Essex County District Attorney's Computer Crimes Investigators Group. Frank is a current member of the International High Tech Computer Investigators Association, and Cyber Angels. He was chairman of the Regional Working Group of the Massachusetts Department of Public Safety for over ten years, and chairman of the IMC User group of Massachusetts for seven years.

Frank has conducted numerous seminars for parents and schools in Internet safety, by way of live demonstrations of Internet chat rooms, helping parents identify the dangers of the Internet, and providing solutions to those problems.

Stephen Sacco

Steve has more than 30 years of varied business experience, primarily in the areas of accounting and taxation, He also has a strong background in computer management and teaching.  After 16 years of business ownership, Steve sold his tax accounting firm, Business Resources, and retired from accounting.  In addition to his financial experience, he has taught business and computer courses at Burdett College and is currently the IT manager for two companies.  Steve frequently speaks on a variety of business, computer, and Internet Safety topics to community organizations and local business groups.

Steve is a graduate of the
University of Massachusetts, at Amherst.  He is an Enrolled Agent and a member of the National Association of Enrolled Agents. 


In the area of community service; Steve holds a position on the board of trustees of the New England Homes for the Deaf in Danvers, Mass. and is an active volunteer at NEHD.  Since 1987, he has raised over $100,000 as a rider in the annual Pan-Mass Challenge, a bicycling event to raise funds for the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.  Click here to learn more about this event or to sponsor Steve’s next ride.


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