MIAMI, FL; May 1. 2015- Anti predator project has introduced a full service non-profit investigative agency that specializes in criminal investigations into individuals and organizations that are involved in human trafficking.
Anti Predator Project, which administrates service free of charge to the residents of Monroe, Miami-Dade, and Broward counties and at a very low cost to those in other Florida counties is now bringing its expertise nationally. Investigators will be working in separate cases with extended coverage for everything from human trafficking to the recovery of American children that have been kidnapped or sold on the black market, witness/victim protection and missing children.
‘No other nonprofit agency has made this kind of commitment to working with missing persons cases free of charges and in all states, which we see as a natural extension of our business,’ said Lizz Schrunk, Anti-Predator Project’s co-founder.
Anti-Predator Project service program is dedicated to combating human trafficking and sexual predators in the United States along with educating the community about the reality of human trafficking. Their ability to involve the community goes in parallel with the new bill voted this week by the senate on human trafficking (HB 369).
The human trafficking bill aims to inform the population on this major issue and to provide emergency number in case of aggression. Anti Predator Project will adapt and work in the conformity of this bill to protect the citizens and now has the possibility to have a governmental follow through on investigations.
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