Global Rescue

Global Rescue Is A Complete Program For Victims of Human Trafficking

 

What We Do

 

Train Community Leaders
(Raise Support)

Provide Global Rescue and Overcoming Abuse God’s Way training, training materials and social medial marketing for recruitment of leaders.

 

Establish Bible Base Safe Houses
(Healing & Restoration)

Provide the volunteer and staff training, sourcing of home needs, community partnerships, Social media protective awareness, Global Rescue and Overcoming Abuse God’s Way Training.

 

Establish Community Support Groups
(Aftercare Support)

Train qualified facilitators, supply weekly notes for new groups,social media awareness of public group, Overcoming Abuse God’s Way and Global Rescue Training

 

Human trafficking is defined as the sale, transport and profit from human beings who are forced to work for others; is the modern equivalent of slavery. Against their will, millions of people around the world are forced to work for the profit of others, for example by begging, prostitution, involuntary servitude, working in sweatshops and even becoming child solders.

 

Global Rescue Certification Training

This training includes a 9 week curriculum specific to SEX TRAFFICKING. Contact us to host a training in your area!

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There are over 27 million people held in slavery today, about double that of any other time in human history.

 

Of these 27 million people, about 85% are females and over 13 million of them are children, just about one half. The modern slave trade makes about $34 billion dollars a year. The majority of sex trafficking victims are runaway teenagers.

Sex Trafficking:
The average age of entry into porn and prostitution is 12 years old. The sale of child pornography has become over a $3 Billion a year industry. 1 out of 5 pornographic images is of a child with over 100,000 websites offering child pornography. 55% of internet child pornography comes from the U.S.

Taken from a Human Trafficking Organization Web Site

Human Trafficking Is A Global Crime Hidden In Plain Sight:

  1. The United Nations describes human trafficking as “recruiting, harboring, transporting, providing, or obtaining a person for compelled labor or commercial sex acts through the use of force, fraud, or coercion.”
  2. According to social scientists there are an estimated 27 million victims of human trafficking in the world today. Only a small fraction of those have been found. (U.S. State Department)
  3. The total market value of illicit human trafficking is estimated to be in excess of $32 billion. (United Nations)
  4. According to the United Nations human trafficking generates $9.5 billion yearly in the United States.
  5. Human trafficking second only to drug dealing as the largest criminal industry in the world today and it is the fastest growing. (U.S. Department of Heath and Human Services)

The Trafficking Of Children Is A Global Scourge That Must Be Eliminated:

  1. The average jail time served for someone found guilty of buying sex with a child is about 1.5 years. (Shared Hope International’s Demanding Justice Project)
  2. The average age of a sex trafficked child in the United States is 13-14 years old. (National Center for Missing and Exploited Children)
  3. Responsible for child sex trafficking:
    • Immediate Family 36%
    • Boyfriends 27%
    • Friend of the family 14%
    • Employers 14% (Typically labor trafficking)
  4. UNICEF estimates there are nearly two million children in the commercial sex trade
  5. The United States Department of Justice estimates close to 300,000 children are at risk of being prostituted in the United States.
  6. One in seven endangered runaways reported to the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children in were likely sex trafficking victims. (National Center for Missing and Exploited Children).
  7. An average victim of sex trafficking may be forced to have sex up to 20-48 times a day (Polaris Project).
  8. The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children estimates a pimp can make $150,000-$200,000 per child a year and the average pimp has 4 to 6 girls.
  9. FBI Report on Crime 2011 reported: “The average life expectancy of a trafficked child is 7 years.”

We are facing a crisis in this country as sex traffickers are increasingly targeting our children. They have even infiltrated schools sending children who act as recruiters to lure unsuspecting victims into being trafficked.

Pornography Is A Driving Force In The Demand For Sex Trafficking:

  1. National Center for Missing and Exploited Children reviewed 17.3 million images and videos of suspected child pornography in 2011 — nearly 4000% more than in 2007.
  2. “Studies and case reports indicate that 30% to 80% of individuals who viewed child pornography and 76% of individuals who were arrested for Internet child pornography had molested a child.” ( “A Profile of Pedophilia:”)
  3. A 2008 study conducted at the Federal Medical Center in Butner, N.C. asked 155 male inmates in a treatment program convicted of Child Pornography if they had ever molested a child.

At the start of the program twenty-six percent of the men admitted molesting a child, but as the program ended that number changed to eighty-five percent.

Training And Education Are Crucial In Bringing An End To Human Trafficking:

  1. 85 percent of survivors came in contact with a health care professional while being trafficked. (BEAZLEY INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH LAW AND POLICY)
  2. Of 500 resident physicians surveyed fewer than 10 percent suspected that they had encountered a human trafficking victim, and only 20 percent said they would know what to do if they encountered a victim. (Domestic Child Trafficking: Assessment of Pediatric Residents’ Knowledge and Educational Needs)
  3. Since pimps and traffickers generally exercise nearly complete control of their victims these points of contact with healthcare represent rare opportunities for victim identification and intervention. (Human Trafficking and the Healthcare Professional)
  4. Because of the hearsay exception in the Federal Rules of Evidence for statements made for medical treatment (regardless of whether the declarant testifies), statements by victims to healthcare professionals should usually be admissible in a trafficking prosecution. (Morgan v. Foretich)
  5. State legislators should draft and pass laws that require healthcare providers to undergo training on trafficking generally, including the basic warning signs and indicators for victim identification, techniques for communicating effectively with possible victims to assess their situations and determine victim status, and appropriate actions to take when a victim is identified. (Annals of Health Law)

Jerome Elam, President and CEO Trafficking in America Task Force Child Sex Trafficking Survivor, Child Advocate, Speaker, Staff Writer and Columnist for Communities Digital News and Marine Corps Veteran.

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Train Community Leaders
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