4theONE is a non-profit organization with about 20 volunteers dedicated to locating and recovering missing and exploited children and teens. Their team consists of skilled professionals, including licensed private investigators and specially trained volunteers with backgrounds in law enforcement, cyber forensics, education, social services, mental health, and medical fields.
In the horrible business of child sex trafficking, every second saved counts for the exploited child.
The trafficker often contacts children through social media or gaming platforms and builds a relationship where the child trusts and even has romantic feelings for their perpetrator.
Therefore, many investigations regarding locating young children are made by gathering information on social media platforms. With YOSE, 4theONE can import all the information they find on social media and other sources and make it searchable.
Using YOSE´s face recognition feature, the team at 4theONE searches through their massive database, where they have escort ads and previous cases stored, to see if they can find a connection and a clue to where they should look. When YOSE finds a link: it might be a person, a number plate, or any information that can be related, they get notified directly.
Instead of having all the information they find in word documents and spreadsheets, 4theONE uses Discovry to gather and organize their data. With Discovry, they always have a clear view of all the cases they are working on, making it easier to connect the dots. In addition, Discovry automatically creates a case report, ready to be handed over to law enforcement to make an arrest quickly.
We are proud to support 4theONE in their efforts to recover sex-trafficked children. Each and every ONE!
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