Child Rescue Tactical Training

As a leader in the fight against child exploitation, Child Rescue has partnered with some of the nation’s leading experts to educate law enforcement on the world of trafficking, which is easily mistaken for other criminal enterprises, and tragically overlooked. Child Rescue has therefore created national trainings for law enforcement to understand and effectively combat human trafficking within the United States.

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Rescue Missions

Child Rescue has been and is currently serving as the fiscal sponsors of various tactical teams who find, arrest, and prosecute traffickers. These teams include individuals with years of real-world experience and some of the most elite training our government has ever created.

Our rescue teams need plane tickets, three to five days of hotel rooms, meals, rental cars and funds to make payments to human intelligence sources.

Cost Estimate: Approx $1,800 to save a child.

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When our teams complete their rescue mission, the recovered victims are eventually sent to qualified, pre-approved aftercare facilities run by established organizations such as the International Justice Mission.

Youth Prevention

The Backyard Broadcast leadership program is a year-long commitment that brings teens from across North America together to build a grassroots movement focused on combating the sexual exploitation of children.

The Backyard Broadcast's mission is to empower youth to broadcast the message that the sexual exploitation of children is not just taking place far from our borders, but in our own backyards. And that it’s not okay.

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You Can Help Stop Trafficking in Your Community

There are many ways you can help the victims of trafficking in your community, including:

  1. Sponsoring an individual officer or a training event

  2. Volunteering at a law enforcement training, and

  3. Organizing a training event for your local law enforcement.

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