CASES OF ABUSE PREVENTED
September 28, 2022
A total of 17 search warrants were obtained with the objective of seizing any computer device involved in the production, storage, or dissemination of the child exploitation material. The 70 officers involved in this operation were our Civil Police colleagues . The Operation was named Astreia, named after the Greek mythological Goddess of purity and the innocence of humanity. Read More
September 23, 2022
Law enforcement in Brazil continue to take the fight to those who have an illegal sexual interest in children. This latest arrest in the city of São Paulo was made following use of CRC Technology to locate and identify an offender who was trading images and videos of children being sexually assaulted. Read More
September 19, 2022
Child Rescue Coalition is proud to play a role in supporting agents and officers involved in some of the most difficult work in law enforcement connected to the live streaming of child sexual abuse, sometimes for just a few dollars. In this latest series of operations, there were two traffickers who were selling the abuse of their own and other local children in The Philippines to criminals in the United States, Germany, Norway, Sweden, and Australia. Read More
The greatest thing about CPS is that it allows us to identify these people who otherwise would be able to continue offending with impunity.
—Det. Sgt. Shipley,
Kent Police, UK
To have stopped a child being abused on the very first warrant has clearly demonstrated to my Force that the software can be very effective.
Dorset Police, UK
CPS is one-of-a-kind — the system is unmatched in its ability to aid in the protection of children. More than 80 children across our country have been rescued as a direct result of Child Rescue Coalition technology. Thank you on behalf of parents everywhere.
—Det. Cst. Purchas,
Toronto Police Service, Canada
1 in 5
As many as 1 in 5 girls will experience some form of sexual abuse before age 18.
Up to 85% of online offenders are hands-on abusers of children.
1 in 20
As many as 1 in 20 boys will experience some form of sexual abuse before age 18.