Category Archives: How To Keep Kids Safe In Hollywood

Stopping Child Sex Trafficking

Bruce Edwin of Hollywood Sentinel dot com gives here below, an exclusive interview with Million Kids dot org founder Opal Singleton, who is partnered with the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force, to help fight child sex trafficking.

Million Kids dot Org

Opal Singleton of Million Kids dot org, (c)2018, MillionKids.org
Human trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the U.S. Our teenagers and young adults are the primary target, with recruitment taking place in schools, malls and by social-media. Human Trafficking is often a crime of psychological manipulation; luring in unsuspecting victims with promises of love, and easy money. That means that ‘education’ is the key to keeping kids safe, parents informed, and our schools and community engaged in stopping the exploitation of our young people.

The three most likely targets of human trafficking in the U.S. are:

Foster Kids: 50% of child sex trafficking victims come from the Foster Care System.

Pregnant Teens: There is nothing more vulnerable than a pregnant teen without a support system.

Runaway and Homeless Kids: 1.69 “Million Kids” run away each year (6000 in Riverside County) and 35-37% will engage in prostitution within the first 48 hours to survive.

The Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force is a collaboration of agencies working together to:

1) Identify and rescue victims of human trafficking,

2) Proactively investigate, identify, apprehend, and prosecute those engaged in human trafficking,

3) Promote greater public awareness through marketing, trainings, and understanding of the nature and scope of human trafficking within the County of Riverside.

These agencies include the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department, Federal Bureau of Investigation, Diplomatic Security Service, United States Attorney’s Office, California Attorney General’s Office, Riverside County District Attorney’s Office, Operation SafeHouse, and Million Kids. The RCAHT Task Force also partners with local law enforcement agencies to include Hemet Police Department and Riverside Police Department.

Listen to Part 1 and 2 of the Exclusive Interview with Million Kids dot com founder Opal Singleton, here below:

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Part 2:

Million Kids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that combats human trafficking. Locally, Million Kids serves on the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force (RCAHT) as the Training and Outreach Coordinator. Nationally, they provide lectures and training programs to corporations, civic groups, churches, and government agencies. Internationally, they support rescue and recovery programs in Southeast Asia and Haiti. All contributions are tax deductible and go to help prevent or stop human trafficking. This textual content is ©2018,​​ Million Kids.

Visit the official Million Kids website here below at:
https://www.millionkids.org/

Report Human Trafficking:

Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force (RCAHT) Hotline 1-855-758-FREE (3733) National Hotline 1-888-3737-888

Bruce Edwin is publisher of Hollywood Sentinel dot com, Manager of Hollywood Sentinel Public Relations and Bruce Edwin Productions, and CEO of Starpower Management. His charitable work includes helping to educate youth on How to Succeed In Hollywood without selling their soul, and in teaching parents and kids How to Stay Safe in Hollywood and prevent child trafficking and abuse. Contact the office of Bruce Edwin at 310-226-7176.

This textual and audio content are ©2018, Hollywood Sentinel, Bruce Edwin, all rights reserved.

Bruce Edwin speaks with Million Kids dot Org

Bruce Edwin, CEO of Starpower Management, Hollywood Sentinel Public Relations, and Publisher of Hollywood Sentinel joins Opal Singleton with Million Kids dot org, for an exclusive radio interview with the anti-trafficking expert, as heard in the link here below.

Topics include the closure of Backpage, and keeping kids safe online and in Hollywood.

Contact the office of Bruce Edwin at 310-226-7176.

Visit www.MillionKids.org 

This content is (c). 2018, Hollywood Sentinel, Million Kids dot org, all rights reserved.

The #1 Rule to Keep Kids Safe in Hollywood

Starpower Management CEO Bruce Edwin provides here the #1 thing to remember for parents regarding keeping kids safe in Hollywood, in the audio below.

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Starpower Management represents over 10 billion dollars worth of deals in the areas of motion picture studios, master works of fine art, and more. The firm represents celebrities only, however it provides free help to aspiring actors, bands, models, singers and artists through Bruce Edwin’s ongoing article, on How to Succeed In Hollywood.

Bruce Edwin also gives free help and coaching to parents on How to Keep their Kids Safe in Hollywood, and also how not to be taken advantage of.  Part of Bruce’s report was used by the California Assembly for the new law protecting children among casting offices, agents, managers, and acting schools.

For more free advice on Keeping Kids Safe in Hollywood, read below, explore the archives section on this site via the table of contents, or contact the office of Bruce Edwin at 310-226-7176 or through the front page of this site through the contact form.

This textual and audio content is (c). 2018, Bruce Edwin, Hollywood Sentinel, all rights reserved.