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Briefing

Through our work in Anti-Human Trafficking and Child Exploitation and our close relationships with law enforcement, we have come to learn that the videos and images of more than 50,000 unidentified children being abused, raped, and tortured are sitting in a global law enforcement database. These crime scene images, known as CSAM – child sexual abuse material, contain clues that could help locate and protect these children. With 85 million pieces of CSAM reported to the NCMEC CyberTipline in 2021 alone, we have to come together now to address this growing issue and get to these lives.

While there are so many heroes working to identify and protect children who are being sexually exploited, they are simply overwhelmed, under-resourced, and outnumbered by offenders. Identifying one child is a labor-intensive process as victim identification specialists need to piece together clues from the images that lead to a location, such as the country, city, and the specific location of the child. Only then can local law enforcement bring that child to safety and arrest the perpetrator. This is where we believe unKNOWN can help in three ways:

Unite

Alongside partners, including Law Enforcement, ICMEC, and Onemi Global Solutions, we will continue to bring law enforcement together from across the world as one team.

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Train & Equip

The army right now isn't big enough as this is very specialized work, and the technology is expensive. Our goal is to train and equip investigators, analysts, and prosecutors around the world.

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Prevention

Through legislation, we can create an elite workforce that can use advanced technology to keep pace with identifying the thousands of new victims seen every year.

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50,000+

CHILDREN CURRENTLY unknown

It's time we changed that.

HELP US IDENTIFY & PROTECT THESE CHILDREN TODAY!

Your Case File Awaits

More than 50,000 unKNOWN children are waiting to be identified and protected. Open a case file today and dive into a real-life identification and rescue mission for a child. Analysts and investigators are working around the clock to close the cases like you can read here of children being sexually exploited. We invite you into their heroic work, open a case file now!

REAL-LIFECASE FILE

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SUNFLOWER CASE

WRISTBAND CASE

THE BIRD CHIRP CASE

PHILIPPINES CASE

NORTHEAST FL CASE

STUFFED TOY BUNNY CASE

Disclaimer iconDisclaimer Warning: You are about to read a real-life law enforcement case of a child who has been sexually exploited. Not suitable for all ages

Disclaimer iconDisclaimer Warning: You are about to read a real-life law enforcement case of a child who has been sexually exploited. Not suitable for all ages. Many of the images used in this campaign are stock images. No images of the children are from actual case files.

Fighting in the Field

Each of these people have played a pivotal role in today's fast-paced and complex world of child exploitation, where specialized knowledge is paramount to solving intricate challenges in the field. These individuals are highly knowledgeable and experienced, possessing deep expertise and insights that make them invaluable resources to our foundation and so many others around the world.

Jim Cole

Retired Special Agent with Homeland Security Investigations and a global leading expert in crimes against children and victim ID.

Jim Cole served for 20 years as a special agent with Homeland Security...

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Jon Rouse

Retired Detective Inspector with Queensland Police Service, Founding Partner at Onemi-Global Solutions

Detective Inspector with Queensland Police Service, Director with the International Center for Missing Children in Australia...

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Rescue Partner

Co-founder of a Counter Human Trafficking Non-profit and CSAM Justice Advocate

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Are you ready to fight with us?

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