Lives Worth Saving-Human Trafficking
Our Mission is to Identify, Locate and Recover victims of Human Trafficking
IF YOU NEED ASSISTANCE HELPING SOMEONE IN HUMAN TRAFFICKING, PLEASE CONTACT US IMMEDIATELY SO WE CAN DEVELOP AN EXIT STRATEGY.
We have training specifically designed for Law Enforcement as well as Faith and Community Based Organizations.
The Law Enforcement training includes a variety of topics not available to Faith and Community Based Organizations due to the complexity of the investigations and legal requirements for prosecution.
However, both trainings encourage collaboration with Law Enforcement, Faith and Community Based Organizations for the well-being of the victim(s) and the successful prosecution of the Trafficker.
The training for Faith and Community Based Organizations will help to prepare for successful "Exits" as well as develop a check list package to ensure all safety protocols are in place prior to, during and after the Exit.
For more information please contact us at the above email or phone number.
Cyber Sex Investigations Click to open
Exit Training Click to open
TOPICS FOR NEXT CLASS INCLUDE:
Introduction - Overview - Victim Identification
Trauma - C.S.I.- Culture - Collaboration
S.T.R.E.E.T. - EXIT TEAMS
Planning and Implementation Strategies
For more info please call: 714-321-5701
What is Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking? (DMST)
"Sex trafficking" means the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for the purpose of a commercial sex act.
"Severe forms of trafficking in persons" means
(A) sex trafficking in which a commercial sex act is induced by force, fraud, or coercion, or in which the person induced to perform such act has not attained 18 years of age.
The term "commercial sex act" is any sex act on account of which anything of value is given to or received by any person.
Your Opportunity To Make a Difference
THE MISSION (U.S.A.)
Lives Worth Saving-Human Trafficking (LWS-HT) is a Faith Based Organization dedicated to identifying, locating, recovering and ensuring safe and effective aftercare for victims of trafficking. This is accomplished through a collaborative effort with Faith and Community Based Organizations and elements of the Criminal Justice System.
LWS-HT is seeking dedicated men and women to receive training in the recognition and identification of Human Trafficking victims. Depending on your skill set and the time you can invest in this unique ministry, you will be placed in one of several outreach opportunities.
S.T.R.E.E.T. (10 hours per month)
The Sex Trafficking Recovery Equipping & Exit Team consists of men and women who develop and follow up on leads involving human trafficking. With the exception of "high risk" Exits, the team will develop and implement an exit strategy for the victim and participate in the victim's recovery.
If the Exit is "high risk", the information is turned over to Law Enforcement.
All leads are documented and turned into law enforcement for recovery and aftercare of the victim(s) and prosecution of those involved as traffickers.
*The preferred qualities for this volunteer position is a mature adult with a background in Law Enforcement or with prior military experience.
C.S.I. (8-hours per month)
The Cyber Sex Identification staff will be responsible for monitoring the internet and reporting
activity believed to be used in the furtherance of trafficking minors. Monitoring sites such as Backpage, Massage Parlor Review and a number of sites that are city specific.
*This volunteer position is for women only and requires minimal knowledge of computers, the internet and cell phone technology.
Clerical Position (4-hours per month)
The volunteer clerical positions are required to be familiar with Word 2010 and possess:
a. Excellent organizational skills
b. Ability to record minutes of meetings
c. Professional phone skills
International Justice Mission
Shared Hope International
Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force
U.S. State Department Trafficking In Persons Report 2015
The Salvation Army Human Trafficking
If you believe someone is a victim of Human Trafficking,