Every agency and team member will receive FIRST RESPONDER tips from children and families immediately, with pre-established interagency protocols that enhance agency response, increase compliance, and document the immediate attention taken.
School districts have the added advantage of resolving disruptive activity before students become victims.
No child should be left alone to struggle with abuse, neglect, or bullying.
No family who needs and wants help to keep their children safe will be left behind without the help it needs.
The SAFE HARBOR SMARTPHONE INITIATIVE is a preventive service program that proactively and reactively intervenes with families when safety issues arise.
Increasingly, children trafficked in the United States are sold and exploited on line. Prior to the 76,000 letters sent to U.S.Senators in support of the STOP ENABLING SEX TRAFFICKERS ACT (S. 1963)U.S.Courts had been unable to hold interactive computer service providers that permit child trafficking on their websites accountable. In March 2018, the Senate voted 97-2 in favor of SESTA and it became law in April 2018. UNICEF/USA
We actively engage teenagers in smart artificial intelligence technology and training that teaches them about the signs of both human trafficking and human safety, and how to anonomously report incidents....before they happen!
We make it easy to say something with a powerful and simple to use smartphone platform that helps students, staff, and educators engage instantly with school officials and security partners, all from a single app. Whether it be indicators of teenage human trafficking, bullying, social media observations, security threats, suspicious activity concerns, or suspected terror threats, our smartphone technology alerts the right people anonymously and confidentially. We work around the clock to facilitate and protect student reporting and student feedback through the appropriate protocols until each report is addressed and resolved. Monthly activity reports and an Annual Report document our degree of effectiveness and the levels and areas of student interaction.
Teenagers are the most vulnerable and often don't know it until they find themselves trapped against their will. We actively engage teenagers in awareness training to clearly understand HOW TO SAY SOMETHING WHEN THEY SEE SOMETHING! Our essay contests actively engage students in demonstrating proficiency on the topic of teenage human trafficking and other aspects of school and personal safety. The criteria for the essay competition is aligned to State Standards. The Essay is the first step for entry into the Reportit Oratory Scholarship Contest. This opportunity for persuasive writing should include additional research. The oratory contest encourages students to speak about what they've learned and demonstrate how well they understood the awareness training and the need to report what they see.
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