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FALI CST Task Force

 

FALI Child Sex Trafficking Task Force

(FALI CST Task Force)

 

FALI is committed to the fight against Child Human Sex Trafficking  Sadly, Florida is part of the Big 3 when it comes to the reports of incidents of HT in our country. The other two are our Big 3 association partner states, California and Texas. As such, it is important that our profession gets involved in this growing epidemic.

The PI Profession finds itself in a unique position when it comes to this fight and in particular, assisting in the rescue of HT victims. Many of our members are former law enforcement officers who know first-hand the limitations on time and money that are faced by police departments, and Sheriff’s offices across the State. No sooner is a missing persons case opened that another one comes in to take priority because of the timeliness. It’s a vicious cycle in which our profession can provide assistance.

The FALI Child Sex Trafficking Task Force was formed to provide a resource to help combat the human trafficking of minors in the State of Florida. Members of FALI that are part of the Task Force volunteer their time to investigate missing or exploited at risk children in Florida. FALI may also use the association’s resources  to coordinate information/investigations through volunteer private investigators in other states. FALI’s CST Task Force resources are available to Law Enforcement entities and parents or legal guardians of missing “at risk” children. All missing minors are potentially at risk for falling prey to human and sex traffickers.

 

FALI Members who would like to volunteer for the CST Task Force may start the process by clicking HERE and completing this basic information form and emailing it to admin@fali.org

Florida Association of Licensed Investigators
1350 CR1 #2896, Dunedin, FL 34698
(727) 373-8028
admin@fali.org


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