What does the fight against trafficking look like during a global pandemic? Trafficking is shifting, and our SWAT Team has been working hard to monitor and confront sexual crime.
A woman was arrested in March, 2020 by AIM SWAT and Phnom Penh Police after trafficking a young woman to China as a bride in September of 2019.
A trafficking network based in Vietnam was exposed in an investigation by local police and AIM SWAT resulting in 12 women rescued and 5 suspects arrested.
13 women and children were rescued from a brothel posing as a karaoke bar (KTV) in Siem Reap during a raid by local police and AIM SWAT.
An unregistered aftercare shelter in Siem Reap was closed thanks to a special task force resulting the rescue of 15 children who were being exploited there.
After a manhunt lasting several months, AIM SWAT and Phnom Penh Police were able to arrest the trafficker of 40 men and women to Saudi Arabia last April.
Every Jan we hear about the Super Bowl & sex trafficking. With the big game’s arrival it’s time to take a stand, and here’s how we do just that.
Trafficking is a global issue, including here in the U.S. and possibly in your city. What does sex trafficking look like on a local level? Find out more..
Thanks to our amazing partners, O.U.R., AIM SWAT was able to rescue 30 children from dangerous and hazardous conditions at Brick Factories in Cambodia.
Two neighboring brothels in Phnom Penh were shut down after AIM SWAT and local authorities raided the premises and rescued 5 survivors.
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