A successful raid was executed by Siem Reap Officers and the AIM SWAT Team, resulting in 2 adult women and 3 minors rescued and the official closure of the massage parlor/brothel.
A 6-month investigation by AIM SWAT and Kendal Police lead to six women rescued and one suspect, a restaurant manager, arrested for selling girls to customers and delivering them at a motel.
A brothel masquerading as a hair salon in Phnom Penh was uncovered and shut down by local authorities and AIM SWAT following a raid of the premise. Six female survivors were rescued and two suspects arrested…
Agape International Missions’ Founder, Don Brewster, spoke at TedX Laguna Blanca School about how human trafficking needs to be fought with a holistic approach. To exemplify the success of the holistic approach, he shared the story of Smey, a survivor of trafficking rescued at age 9.
The Cambodian police together with the AIM SWAT team arrested two women under suspicion of selling a 21-year-old woman into an abusive marriage…
A mother reported to AIM and the Cambodian Police that her young daughter had been missing for two months. The forces immediately launched a covert surveillance operation…
The Super Bowl & Sex Trafficking, What’s the Deal? Every year around mid-January, there seems to be a flood of articles and media attention surrounding sex trafficking at the Super Bowl. As one of the largest sporting events on earth, it attracts tens of thousands of men into cities, and there’s no denying that many of them are […]
When AIM SWAT learned that there were over 100 Cambodian men forced to work on fishing boats off the coast of Somalia, we knew it was time to act. 50 men have already been repatriated back to Cambodia.
Our SWAT Team and Cambodian law enforcement recently raided three brothels fronting as massage parlors in the T’Bong Khmom, Phnom Penh, and Kratie provinces in Cambodia. During the raids, thirteen women were rescued including seven minors.
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