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Showing posts with label NCMEC. Show all posts

Thursday, September 7, 2023

Facebook Continues To Block, Restrict And Suppress Trinity Mount Ministries

By Brett Fletcher - Founder of Trinity Mount Ministries

Image: ECPAT-ICMEC | 103 Certificate | ICMEC - 
This Certificate of Completion is awarded to: Brett Fletcher to mark your successful completion of the course: ECPAT-ICMEC | 103: Agents of Change Tools for Frontline Workers to End Sexual Exploitation of Children.

Facebook Admin continues to block, restrict and suppress Trinity Mount Ministries from:

1. Sharing AMBER Alerts and updates.

2. Sharing child safety information.

3. Sharing missing children posters and updates.

4. Sharing police and public safety alerts and updates. 

4. Sharing Community events and services.

5. Sharing posts of faith and inspiration. 

6. Sharing news articles and reports.

Facebook treats their users as if they were little children, attempting to punish their disobedience with restrictions and time outs. I've been to Facebook HQ several times for paid research sessions, being surprised by how young the Facebook staff and employees were, which might explain their rules, policies and procedures and how they are implemented. Their disciplinary actions cause laughter, anger and disbelief. 

In order to maintain their control over free speech and/or anything that goes against their agenda - blocking, restricting and suppression[a] are their modus operandi.[b] Facebook is not in the business of respecting people's rights and can block, restrict, suppress or remove anything that they want to without any repercussions. That is just they way their culture is and I accept that. Nevertheless, my hope is that Facebook Admin might read this without bias, recognizing what type of content they are blocking, restricting and/or suppressing (such as posts to help and protect missing and exploited children), and reconsider some of their policies that cause more harm than help.

Brett Fletcher - Founder of Trinity Mount Ministries 

[a] the action of suppressing something such as an activity or publication.

[b] a particular way or method of doing something, especially one that is characteristic or well-established.

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Saturday, September 2, 2023

CyberTipline - NCMEC - Trinity Mount Ministries - REPORT CHILD ABUSE! REPORT CSAM! 1-800-843-5678


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NCMEC’s CyberTipline is the nation’s centralized reporting system for the online exploitation of children. The public and electronic service providers can make reports of suspected online enticement of children for sexual acts, child sexual molestation, child sexual abuse material, child sex tourism, child sex trafficking, unsolicited obscene materials sent to a child, misleading domain names, and misleading words or digital images on the internet.

Every child deserves a safe childhood.

What Happens to Information in a CyberTip?

NCMEC staff review each tip and work to find a potential location for the incident reported so that it may be made available to the appropriate law-enforcement agency for possible investigation. We also use the information from our CyberTipline reports to help shape our prevention and safety messages.

Is Your Image Out There?

Get Support

One of the worst things about having an explicit image online is feeling like you’re facing everything alone. But you have people who care for you and want to help. Reach out to them!

A trusted adult can offer advice, help you report, and help you deal with other issues. It could be your mom, dad, an aunt, a school counselor, or anyone you trust and are comfortable talking to. You can also “self report” by making a report on your own to the CyberTipline.

Families of exploited children often feel alone in their struggle and overwhelmed by the issues affecting their lives. NCMEC provides assistance and support to victims and families such as crisis intervention and local counseling referrals to appropriate professionals. Additionally, NCMEC’s Team HOPE is a volunteer program that connects families to others who have experienced the crisis of a sexually exploited child.

Don't Give Up

Having a sexually exploitative image of yourself exposed online is a scary experience. It can make you feel vulnerable and isolated, but remember, others have been in the same situation as you – and they’ve overcome it. Learn the steps you can take to limit the spread of the content.

By the Numbers

In 2022:

Find more data in the CyberTipline Report.


Learn more about online exploitation and safety.

Coping with Child Sexual Abuse (CSAM) Exposure For Families

Production and Active Trading of Child Sexual Exploitation Images Depicting Identified Victims

Trends Identified in CyberTipline Sextortion Reports

The Online Enticement of Children: An In-Depth Analysis of CyberTipline Reports

How NCMEC is responding to the ever-changing threats to children online.

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Friday, September 1, 2023

Trinity Mount Ministries - NCMEC - AMBER Alerts - Active Missing Children Posters - UPDATE - 09/29/2023

Help Find Missing Children. Let's Put An End To Child  Abuse And Exploitation... Care.

Active Missing Children Posters Below.

Active AMBER Alerts
NameMissing FromIssued ForAlert Date
Keshawn WilliamsCleveland, OHOHJun 24, 2023
Notice: The National Center for Missing & Exploited Children® certifies the posters on this site only if they contain the NCMEC logo and the 1-800-THE-LOST® (1-800-843-5678) number. All other posters are the responsibility of the agency whose logo appears on the poster.

Active AMBER Alert cases will remain on this page up to 6-months from activation.  Following that, active missing child posters can be found by using the search tool here.