This is the child trafficking expose’ doc we filmed for 3 years & bring to the public to rip the lid off the biggest threat to our children & one of the biggest kept secrets from our people. Please SHARE the link everywhere! VIRAL reach is needed. https://youtu.be/jQVNJY53XvE
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The internet, for all of its benefits, also gives criminals and predators an easy way to reach young people. The FBI most often sees crimes against children begin when an adult:
Forges a relationship with a young victim online and then later arranges to meet and abuse the child; or
Coerces a child into producing sexually explicit images or videos through manipulation, gifts, or threats—a crime called sextortion.
The most important advice for parents is to have open and ongoing conversations about safe and appropriate online behavior. Other advice to consider:
Educate yourself about the websites, software, games, and apps that your child uses.
Check their social media and gaming profiles and posts. Have conversations about what is appropriate to say or share.
Explain to your kids that once images or comments are posted online they can be shared with anyone and never truly disappear.
Make sure your kids use privacy settings to restrict access to their online profiles.
Tell your children to be extremely wary when communicating with anyone online who they do not know in real life.
Encourage kids to choose appropriate screen names and to create strong passwords.
Make it a rule with your kids that they can’t arrange to meet up with someone they met online without your knowledge and supervision.
Stress to your children that making any kind of threat online—even if they think it’s a joke—is a crime.
Report any inappropriate contact between an adult and your child to law enforcement immediately. Notify the site they were using, too.”
“FBI Child ID App
When a child goes missing, every minute counts. That’s why we created the FBI Child ID App. The free app allows parents to store current photos and a physical description of their child and transmit that information to authorities if their child is ever missing. (The information is stored only on the user’s mobile device and is only transmitted if the user sends it.)” https://www.fbi.gov/news/stories/fbi-releases-new-version-of-child-id-app
MISSING KIDS, KEY FACTS
J. PATRICK COOLICAN:
The psychology of pimping, and how a community can help
“What can we do? The first thing is to raise our voices against the wink-and-nod portrayals of pimps and prostitutes in popular culture. Surely we wouldn’t stand for casual glamorization of domestic violence in songs or movies, would we?” https://m.lasvegassun.com/news/2012/apr/21/psychology-pimping-and-what-community-can-do/
DREAMCATCHERS FOR ABUSED CHILDREN;
PLEASE VISIT OUR OFFICIAL WEBSITE AT:
DREAMCATCHERS FOR ABUSED CHILDREN, INC. is an official non-profit 501(c)3 child abuse & neglect organization. (Public Charity)
OUR MISSION: is to educate the public on all aspects of child abuse such as symptoms, intervention, prevention, statistics, reporting, and helping victims locate the proper resources necessary to achieve a full recovery. We also cover areas such as bullying, teen suicide & prevention, children’s rights, child trafficking, missing & exploited children, online safety, and pedophiles/sex offenders.
OUR GOAL: is to lower child abuse statistics by educating the public on every aspect of child abuse through successful campaigns that provide educational materials & literature concerning child abuse & neglect, treatment for recovery, coping skills, family and peer support, prevention, communication skills and empowerment to families, victims and survivors.
D edicating our time & devotion to helping children.
R ealizing every child has a right to be loved & safe.
E ncouraging & developing a sense of hope.
A llowing time to heal, develop & overcome fears.
M otivating & empowering victims to become survivors.
C aring, nurturing and understanding.
A wareness & education is the KEY to prevention.
T eaching children to lead healthy, productive lives.
C herishing all children equally.
H elping to make a difference in a child’s life.
E ducating the public on child abuse.
R aising our voices for the voiceless.
S haring our power with the powerless.
WHAT WE DO:
COORDINATE & PROVIDE
–SUPPORT FOR INDIVIDUALS (VICTIMS & SURVIVORS)
–TRAINING & INFORMATION FOR SERVICE PROVIDERS
–COMMUNITY EDUCATION & OUTREACH
–ADVOCACY & CHILDREN’S RIGHTS
–RESEARCH & EVALUATION
–OTHER PREVENTION MEASURES
–PROVIDE EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS
–LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICIALS
–NATIONAL MISSING & EXPLOITED CHILDREN
–SEX OFFENDER REGISTRY OFFICIALS
–OTHER CHILD ABUSE AGENCIES
–PUBLIC HEALTH AND COMMUNITY SERVICES
–LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICTS/COLLEGES
–HOSPITALS AND MENTAL HEALTH FACILITIES
–PUBLIC SAFETY ORGANIZATIONS
ABOUT THE FOUNDER:
I founded my organization in 2007 after the man who molested my daughter was released from prison ~ I needed a positive avenue to vent my anger & try to prevent other families from having to go through the same anguish that my family endured. I was shocked to learn how many parents did not know the child abuse statistics, signs or symptoms or how to check the National Sex Offender Registry. I have made it my mission to try to educate the public on this increasing epidemic plaguing our nation. Dreamcatchers has published (7) child abuse educational books. I also have a degree in CRIMINAL JUSTICE–LAW ENFORCEMENT.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
Founder – Sandra Potter
President: Ann Livingston
Vice-President: Roger Larson
Secretary: Angela Roy
Treasurer: Kristin Larson
Chairperson: Philip Potter
Chairperson: Cecibel Contreras
Chairperson: Tiffany Rheaume
Chairperson: Alexandra Jenkins
Chairperson: Ashlee Jenkins
Webmaster/PR/Media Director: Angela Roy
Event Coordinator: Kristin Larson
Domestic Violence Director: Ann Livingston
Group Admin: Delores Day
Content Creator & Editor: Amy Lichty/Johhny Williams
Addiction & Self-Harm Advocate: Kendra Coates
Advertiser: Matthew Ackerman
Analyst: Kendra Coates
Analyst: Roger Larson
National Spokeswoman: Paula Nelson
National Teen Spokeswoman: Emily Torres
Public Speaker: LaQuisha Hall
PLEASE VISIT DREAMCATCHERS OFFICIAL WEBSITES:
OUR IRS GUIDESTAR OFFICIAL LISTING:
OUR GREAT NON-PROFITS PROFILES:
My CEO/Founder Dreamcatcher Page:
DREAMCATCHER “GROUP” PAGE:
DREAMCATCHER “CAUSE” PAGE:
RESOURCES & HOTLINE NUMBERS:
RESOURCES & HOTLINE NUMBERS:
Phone: 800.4.A.CHILD (800.422.4453)
Who They Help: Child abuse victims, parents, concerned individuals
CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE
Stop It Now!
Phone: 888.PREVENT (888.773.8368)
Who They Help: Child sexual abuse victims, parents, offenders, concerned individuals
National Domestic Violence Hotline
Phone: 800.799.SAFE (800.799.7233)
Who They Help: Children, parents, friends, offenders
Child Find of America
Phone: 800.I.AM.LOST (800.426.5678)
Who They Help: Parents reporting lost or abducted children
CHILD FIND OF AMERICA—MEDIATION
Phone: 800.A.WAY.OUT (800.292.9688)
Who They Help: Parents (abduction, prevention, child custody issues)
NATIONAL CENTER FOR MISSING & EXPLOITED CHILDREN
Phone: 800.THE.LOST (800.843.5678)
Who They Help: Families and professionals (social services, law enforcement)
Rape and Incest National Network
Phone: 800.656.HOPE; Ext. 1 (800.656.4673; Ext. 1)
Who They Help: Rape and incest victims, media, policy makers, concerned individuals
YOUTH IN TROUBLE/RUNAWAYS
National Runaway Switchboard
Phone: 800.786.2929 (800.RUNAWAY)
Who They Help: Runaway and homeless youth, families
National Center for Victims of Crime
Phone: 800.FYI.CALL (800.394.2255)
Who They Help: Families, communities, and individuals harmed by crime
LOCAL STATE CHILD ABUSE REPORTING HOTLINES:
Alaska – 800-478-4444
Arizona – 888-767-2445
Arkansas – 800-482-5964
California – 916-445-2771
Colorado – 303-727-3000
Connecticut – 800-842-2288
Delaware – 800-292-9582
District Columbia – 877-671-SAFE
Florida – 800-962-2873
Georgia – 404-657-3408
Hawaii – 808-832-5300
Idaho – 208-334-0808
Illinois – 800-252-2873
Indiana – 800-562-2407
Iowa – 800-362-2178
Kansas – 800-922-5330
Kentucky – 800-752-6200
Louisiana – 504 925-4571
Maine – 800-452-1999
Maryland – 800-332-6347
Massachusetts – 617-566-0858
Michigan – 1-855-444-3911
Minnesota – report by county
Mississippi – 800-222-8000
Missouri – 800-392-3738
Montana – 866-820-5437
Nebraska – 800-652-1999
Nevada – 800-992-5757
New Hampshire – 800-894-5533
New Jersey – 800-792-8610
New Mexico – 800-797-3260
New York – 800-342-3720
North Carolina – 800-662-7030
North Dakota – 800-245-3736
Ohio – 614-466-0995
Oklahoma – 800-522-3511
Oregon – 800-854-3508
Pennsylvania – 800-932-0313
Puerto Rico – 800-981-8333
Rhode Island – 800-RI-CHILD
South Carolina – 803-898-7318
South Dakota – 605-773-3227
Tennessee – 877-237-0004
Texas – 800-252-5400
Utah – 800-678-9399
Vermont – 802-241-2131
Virginia – 800-552-7096
Washington – 800-562-5624
West Virginia – 800-352-6513
Wisconsin – 608-266-3036
Wyoming – 307-777-7922
USA Child Help: 1-800-4-A-CHILD
Canada Helpline: 1-800-668-6868
United Kingdom: 0800 1111
Scotland Hotline: 0800 022 3222
Australia Helpline: 1800 55 1800
Jamaica Hotline: 2-1-1
Jamaica Registry: 1-888-776-8328
Sri Lanka Helpline: 1929
Report Criminal Activity:
Report Crimes Against Children:
Report Child Pornography:
Internet Crime Complaints:
Crimes Against Children:
Online Child Solicitation:
Expose/ Report Sexual Predators on the Internet:
How to Report a Suspected Pedophile:
Report child pornography, online enticement of children for sexual acts, child prostitution, sex tourism involving children, child sexual molestation, unsolicited obscene material sent to a child, misleading domain names, or misleading words or digital images on the internet:
Report Child Porn:
If you see child sexual exploitation online, don’t forward, don’t share, don’t like. Instead, www.facebook.com/report (and) Cybertipline at www.cybertipline.com
Report a Convicted, Registered Sex Offender on Facebook:
An official non-profit 501(c)3 child abuse & neglect organization (public charity).
P.O. Box 142
Peck, MI 48466
Studies show that porn is harmful for relationships, intimacy, mental health, and gender equality. It is also pervasive, and undoubtedly intertwined with human trafficking.
But for many children, porn is their first introduction to sex. Open and ongoing communication with our children on this topic is essential. Culture Reframed is a wonderful resource, including free online programs and materials.
Read more: https://www.culturereframed.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/05/CR-Parents-of-Teens.pdf
TRUCKERS AGAINST TRAFFICKING;
FACEBOOK PAGE; https://www.facebook.com/truckersagainstrafficking/
BIKERS AGAINST TRAFFICKING;
FACEBOOK PAGE; https://www.facebook.com/BikersAgainstTraffickingFL/
FACEBOOK GROUP; https://www.facebook.com/groups/1252566381570900/