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New York state financial regulators said Tuesday that they have slapped Deutsche Bank with a $150 million penalty “for significant compliance failures” in the bank’s dealings with accused child sex trafficker Jeffrey Epstein, a now-dead investor, as well as with two client banks. The New York State Department of Financial Services said that Deutsche Bank, […]
Do your kids play Fortnite, Roblox or Minecraft?Are they using social media apps like Instagram or SnapChat?Do you know their usernames and passwords? Kids are more computer savvy than most parents these days.It’s how they communicate with most of their friends.
Learn more about grooming, online behaviors of kids/teens and safe social media please click on our brochures and blogs below. Tips for Parents on Talking to Their Children about Online Exploitation and Grooming How to Talk to Your Kids About Human Trafficking A Time to Protect our Children What Parents of Teens Need To Know […]
NCOSE Joins Brief to Prevent Backpage Owners From Hiding Assets To Avoid Payment of Damages to Sex Trafficking Victims
The infamous story of Backpage.com’s exploitation and trafficking of women and children is fairly well known at this point. What is little known, however, is the raging battle being waged in the courts to prevent Backpage’s erstwhile former owners from absconding with millions of dollars in illegal profits made from their now-shuttered sex business. The […]
What people say about collaborating with TRUST
We are proud to work with so many community partners in the fight against sex trafficking. Our working relationship with TRUST gives us added resources in this fight. From training to coordinating on the ground resources we appreciate our enhanced abilities provided by TRUST.
Working against sex trafficking requires a nuanced analysis, a sophisticated approach to action, and a deep commitment to social change. It is rare to find groups that combine all three in a seamless and innovative way. AATN and its program, TRUST, provide a model for what effective and paradigm-shifting anti-trafficking groups need to do to make this world safe and sustainable, where women and children move from being victims to empowered survivors.
TRUST is the first contact we make when getting involved in an anti-trafficking project in Arizona as it has become the point of intersection of the many efforts on the ground.
One of the most dangerous and growing threats to children in Arizona is Human Trafficking. In working with TRUST, stakeholders across the state have access to training, resources and collaboration opportunities to help put an end to this horrific crime.