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NCMEC • Missing Children Alerts

Missing: Paige Quintero (TX) (Fri, 03 Dec 2021)
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Missing: Brendan Santo (MI) (Tue, 16 Nov 2021)
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Missing: Jonathan Blevins (MA) (Mon, 01 Nov 2021)
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U.S. Attorney's Office • Project Safe Childhood

Colorado Springs Man Sentenced to 20 Years in Federal Prison for Producing Child Pornography (Fri, 03 Dec 2021)
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Brazilian National Sentenced to 60 Years in Prison for Sexual Exploitation of a Child (Fri, 03 Dec 2021)
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Waco Man Sentenced to 15 Years for Sexually Exploiting a Minor (Fri, 03 Dec 2021)
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Omaha Man Sentenced for Possessing Child Pornography (Fri, 03 Dec 2021)
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Woman Who Laundered Over $2 Million for International ‘Child Modeling’ Websites Sentenced to More Than Five Years in Federal Prison (Fri, 03 Dec 2021)
A Florida woman was sentenced today to five years and three months in prison for engaging in a money laundering scheme in connection with an international, subscription-based, sexually-exploitative enterprise based in Florida that operated “child modeling” websites.
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Crimes Against Children

Pakistan: Domestic Violence Bill Referred to Council of Islamic Ideology (Wed, 11 Aug 2021)
In a letter to National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser dated July 5, 2021, the adviser on parliamentary affairs to Pakistan’s prime minister, Babar Awan, recommended that the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Bill, 2021 be referred for review to the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII)—a constitutional advisory body on Shari‘a law issues. In providing his … Continue reading “Pakistan: Domestic Violence Bill Referred to Council of Islamic Ideology”
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United Arab Emirates: Dubai Police Report Increase in Incidents of Unattended Children Trapped in Hot Cars and Homes (Fri, 06 Aug 2021)
On June 16, 2021, the Dubai Police Department Search and Rescue Division announced that its teams had responded to 182 reports of unattended children and infants in hot cars and homes over the previous 17 months. Some of the children had suffered heat exhaustion due to their parents’ neglect in leaving them alone inside parked … Continue reading “United Arab Emirates: Dubai Police Report Increase in Incidents of Unattended Children Trapped in Hot Cars and Homes”
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Spain: Bill on Comprehensive Guarantee of Sexual Freedom Approved for Congressional Debate (Thu, 29 Jul 2021)
On July 6, 2021, Spain’s Council of Ministers approved the text of the bill on the Organic Law on the Comprehensive Guarantee of Sexual Freedom, also known as “the law of only yes is yes.” The bill will be debated in Congress in the fall of 2021.The bill would provide for the adoption and implementation … Continue reading “Spain: Bill on Comprehensive Guarantee of Sexual Freedom Approved for Congressional Debate”
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Human Trafficking

Panama; Colombia: Binational Agreement on Migrants in Transit Reached (Tue, 31 Aug 2021)
On August 9, 2021, Panama’s government announced that it had reached an agreement with Colombia addressing the number of North America-bound migrants who will be allowed to cross their shared border. The aim of the agreement is to ensure that border traffic can be managed in an efficient and safe fashion.The agreement provides a daily … Continue reading “Panama; Colombia: Binational Agreement on Migrants in Transit Reached”
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International: Former Child Workers Sue Chocolate Companies Alleging Forced Labor in Cocoa Supply Chains (Thu, 04 Mar 2021)
(Mar. 4, 2021) On February 12, 2021, the Washington, D.C.-based nongovernmental organization International Rights Advocates (IRAdvocates) filed a federal class action lawsuit on behalf of eight former child workers who allege they were trafficked from Mali and forced to harvest cocoa in Côte d’Ivoire beginning in 2011. The lawsuit accuses several multinational chocolate producers of […]
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Australia: Law Commission Report Recommends Reforming Law on Corporate Criminal Responsibility (Tue, 22 Sep 2020)
(Sept. 22, 2020) On August 31, 2020, a report by the Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) titled Corporate Criminal Responsibility (Report) was submitted for consideration in the Australian Parliament. The Report contains a series of 20 recommendations aimed at improving Australia’s law regarding corporate criminal responsibility, including with respect to the types of offenses in the law, corporate […]
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Child Abuse

Pakistan: Domestic Violence Bill Referred to Council of Islamic Ideology (Wed, 11 Aug 2021)
In a letter to National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser dated July 5, 2021, the adviser on parliamentary affairs to Pakistan’s prime minister, Babar Awan, recommended that the Domestic Violence (Prevention and Protection) Bill, 2021 be referred for review to the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII)—a constitutional advisory body on Shari‘a law issues. In providing his … Continue reading “Pakistan: Domestic Violence Bill Referred to Council of Islamic Ideology”
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United Arab Emirates: Dubai Police Report Increase in Incidents of Unattended Children Trapped in Hot Cars and Homes (Fri, 06 Aug 2021)
On June 16, 2021, the Dubai Police Department Search and Rescue Division announced that its teams had responded to 182 reports of unattended children and infants in hot cars and homes over the previous 17 months. Some of the children had suffered heat exhaustion due to their parents’ neglect in leaving them alone inside parked … Continue reading “United Arab Emirates: Dubai Police Report Increase in Incidents of Unattended Children Trapped in Hot Cars and Homes”
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England: Government Proposes Ban on Housing Children Under 16 in Unregulated Accommodations (Thu, 11 Mar 2021)
(Mar. 11, 2021) In response to a consultation (survey) launched on February 12, 2021, on the provision of unregulated accommodations for children in care, England’s government recently announced its intention to amend regulations to prohibit children under 16 years old from being placed in independent or semi-independent accommodations. This type of accommodation is not required […]
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