About Us

Child Rescue Coalition

develops innovative technology to address the pervasiveness of child pornography.

Child Rescue Coalition (CRC) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization founded in 2013 that seeks to protect all children from sexual exploitation using leading-edge technology. Headquartered in Boca Raton, Florida, we developed the world-renowned Child Protection System (CPS) Technology, which has been a powerful tool for law enforcement agencies around the globe. Our technology has improved the success rates of investigators and policing operations in the ongoing pursuit to identify, apprehend and convict individuals and networks associated with any form of child exploitation.

As a nonprofit, our mission is made possible through the generous support of individuals and from partnerships with private corporations. This allows us to integrate our CPS technology into law enforcement agencies in all 50 U.S. States and more than 90 countries for free. Our technology has been pivotal in identifying and indexing millions of IP addresses linked to various forms of child exploitation — from the creation and facilitation of child pornography to hands-on abuse and child trafficking. Our catalog of known abusers helps identify new and potential offenders while ranking the severity of predators to prevent real-time action and disrupt their ability to communicate with hidden networks.

For every predator CRC helps law enforcement apprehend, we prevent between 50 and 150 children from being sexually abused. To date, our technology has prevented the abuse of more than 500,000 children worldwide.


Carly Asher Yoost,
Founder and CEO.

Victims don’t always come forward, so we have to be proactive to find these people trading child pornography and abusing children.

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