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5th Annual RINJ “End Child Sex Trade” Campaign

No matter who you are, there is no greater person than the one who stoops down to help a child. – RINJ

Toronto Canada — The RINJ Foundation’s 5th Annual Campaign Against Child Sex Slavery was launched today in Toronto, Canada and at the same time in the heart of the global sex trade, in the middle of the South China Seas’ Circle of Child Sex Traders. Cambodia, Laos, Philippines, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam and so on …

The RINJ Foundation women, with facilities around the world are based in Canada and have been fighting for the safety of women and children around the world.

The women’s humanitarian group has operated a full-time campaign against child sex trade and once a year creates a global awareness campaign based on the theory that if all Moms and their families remain alert for persons credibly suspected of stalking, kidnapping or buying children in any manner, report the information to police services in a succinct but thorough and expedient manner.

According to Katie Alsop of  The RINJ Foundation in Europe, “Business people including information technology experts need to stop ignoring things they see and know are sketchy”.

That means for example“, she adds, “people who sell server space or web site platforms and who see pornography involving children, must call police. How can you be a descent human being if you sell a domain name called something like BuyaKidForSexFromMe.XXX?”

“All adults have a responsibility for protecting children.”

“If you are a person who feels the need to sexually be with a child, you have a serious illness and you must not minimize your affliction. You must seek medical care. Your doctor is compelled to protect your privacy and will refer you to a mental health specialist. Don’t put this off because if I catch you with a kid I am going to put you behind bars and there are no prisons where criminals are tolerant of child molesters. None”, Ms. Alsop adds.



According to Katie, in the past years
a team of  RINJ “watchers” has been assembled around the world. These volunteers, 99% women, spend many day time hours at what RINJ calls “Stranger-Danger” areas. “Those areas include parks, schools, play areas, summer fairs, Ferris Wheels, and you name it” she says.

“These volunteers know their own areas and know where criminals have operated in the past.”

“Our people are trained to watch out for offenders who would steal children and they will also in some cases watch for unattended children and try to notify authorities or in some manner arrange a ‘peer-protect’ for the child if a parent cannot be found. Speaking figuratively, our volunteers carry imaging equipment and wear running shoes. They are not law enforcement but community-minded helpers. They will spot wrongdoers and hand their evidence to police who typically attend in minutes from the time of the cell phone call. We figure out ways to make that happen fast.”

RINJ says, “Some volunteers in the field text their information to a support volunteer who is already on the phone to police or is in fact sitting at the police station during peak campaign hours.”

Police services around the world have assisted RINJ volunteers and typically respond quickly and without reservation.

RINJ thanks officers, for fighting to protect children and their families from the sinister child sex trade.

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At night, specialized RINJ volunteers focus on older children and look at areas the group knows to be child sex trade pornography locations. Like for example, Cebu City in the Philippines. RINJ shares lists with volunteers of  probable sites where internet computer servers exist in what are called data centres or server farms. Sometimes “guests” come from far away to meet children. They won’t get away with that any longer if Katie Alsop has her way.

“Child prostitution makes many people angry”, says Katie. “We understand that. We also know that these situations are delicate and dangerous. It is always better to let law enforcement do their jobs. We remind volunteers when you see a youthful person on the street selling his or her body, or any situation of likeness, call police.”

You can use the emergency 911 services, says the women’s group but in your area it is best to have the exact crime-reporting call centre or emergency number already programmed into your smartphone. RINJ is asking volunteers to please take a photo or video of what they see. “Make good notes. Be safe. Thank you.”

In large cities, like Houston, Texas, a new group is forming to deal a little more harshly with child sex slavery. This is a centre that has big problems in human slavery crime. The new RINJ volunteer group of former military and law-enforcement persons seek to assist police in many ways to solve identification, evidence gathering and prosecution of human slavery offenders.

Night-time street prostitution where little children and a slave-owner (pimp) are involved presents challenges best met by volunteers with prior professional law-enforcement training. Always in the shadow is a dangerous pimp. Doesn’t that make you angry? Maybe you are a retired Houston police officer or even a US Marine trained in MP work? Would you like to join the new team? Contact RINJ

The RINJ Foundation is open to assisting or leading unique solutions in many communities. Other groups and even countries like Canada under the Trudeau government have begun to undertake sizable projects to assist regional law enforcement fight this crime. Contact RINJ

Another kid in trouble. Somewhere behind her is a male pimp who has her terrified so much that this child is doing what he wants her to do.

This person is an actress who represents a 12 year-old girl in big trouble. RINJ had such a case and with the help of  the child’s Auntie, interceded to take the child to a safe  home. Her mother’s death had caused her to wander into the hands of evil people who have a knack for identifying child vulnerabilities.

All of the images on this page are done by professional models and photographers/artists.

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