We imagine a world where children wake up to experience childhood,
feel safe and end each day looking forward to tomorrow.
The National Child Protection Task Force, a registered 501c3, was founded to provide law enforcement access to investigative expertise and resources that are unavailable or under-funded in most law enforcement organizations. The members of our Task Force volunteer their time to any agency -- small or large, international or local -- on important, time-sensitive cases focusing on human trafficking, child exploitation and missing persons cases.
We come from all walks of life and professional backgrounds, but we are united in our belief that we have a responsibility to make society a better place for everyone, especially our most vulnerable members.
Do you have time, skills or resources to dedicate?
TECH THAT SAVE LIVES
We combine open source intelligence programs and law enforcement expertise to find a flow of information that can catch and prosecute predators. In just a few years, we have created techniques that have solved cases in a matter of minutes.
Everyone with a passion for taking on human trafficking is invited to set aside ego, jurisdiction, and biases and come together and learn the most up-to-date techniques to become part of the National Child Protection Task Force – it’s going to take all of us working together to make this happen. You can learn directly from prosecutors, officers and lawyers who have solved cases with our techniques. Contact us with any interest in legal strategy, the mapping and analysis of location data, OSINT, cryptocurrency basics, and dark-web basics.
Join our national community
of child protectors.
Integrity Risk International Panel Discussion
Forced Labor Webinar and Human Trafficking in the Supply Chain
A CLOSER LOOK: National Child Protection Task Force adds an enhanced technology team
Fayetteville Child Protection Task Force Uses Technology To Fight Trafficking Across the U.S.