Contact: Richard A. Sands, Ret. PI rsnsinternational@sob-csc.org or 734-771-7251

Email rsnsinternational@sob-csc.org or Call 734-771-7251 Richard A. Sands, Ret. PI

Friday, February 1, 2013

Michigan Rescue & Restore Coalition - Community Awareness Project
























http://www.sob-csc.org/ Michigan Rescue & Restore Coalition – Building Bridges


Substance Abuse, Domestic Violence, Homelessness and Neighborhood Gangs

Open Membership: Volunteers, Advisory and Director’s Board Committee

DGHTNews Looking Beneath The Surface - Rescue & Restore Coalitions.pdf


“Human Trafficking, Drug and Gun Awareness Project”

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

General Standards for Rescue & Restore Coalitions

United Social Networks – Awareness Project

For More Information and Details, Please Contact:

Richard A. Sands, Ret. PI

(ULC) Pastor Int'l Chairman/Secretary

(MIRRC) Current Board Chair/President

(AhEeCOSH) DGHTNews Investigative Reporter

(FAN) Families Against Narcotics Downriver Chapter

(SUDD) Stop Underage Drinking/Drugs Downriver Member

Universal Life Church Anti-Slavery Coalition

Southgate MI - Tenth Precinct Delegate

Marygrove College - MA Student

Social Justice Program - 10th Cohort

734-771-7251 Fax: 734-281-4087




















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Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Season's Greetings and Indeed, Happy Holidays - To Everyone!

 

 
Happy Holidays To Everyone!
Richard A. Sands, Ret. PI
Pastor - Int'l Chairman/Secretary
(MIRRC) Board Chair/President
(AhEeCOSH) Investigative Reporter
Families Against Narcotics (FAN)
Stop Underage Drinking/Drugs Downriver
Universal Life Church Anti-Slavery Coalition
Southgate MI - Tenth Precinct Delegate
Marygrove College - MA Student
Social Justice Program - 10th Cohort
734-771-7251 Fax: 734-281-4087

Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Richard Sands, of Southgate, MI, urges on the Obama Administration to secure funding for victims of human trafficking.



GHN — An online petition launched by Richard Sands, of Southgate, MI, urges on the Obama Administration to secure funding for victims of human trafficking.

The petition at change.org, is addressed to President Barack Obama and U.S. Congress and State Legislators, asking them to ensure

proper funding for Victims of Human Trafficking. Included in the petition letter is the demand to pass the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act (TVPRA) by the end of the year.

According to the petition letter, National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) wrote to the congressional leaders on November 2, 2012, asking them to pass congressional leaders so as to adequately fund programs to combat human trafficking and modern-day slavery.

The following links have been included in the letter for more information about the issue.

http://www.kuam.com/story/20010069/2012/11/05/push-for-funding-for-victims-of-human-trafficking

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7nB0bI2d5XXSHRZNUtieVFzTWc/edit

The petition can be signed online by clicking here.

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

SOAP Up Detroit!!! Help Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution.


SOAP Up Detroit!!! Help Save Our Adolescents from Prostitution.


Event Date\Time:
Jan 12, 2013 9:00 AM - Jan 12, 2013 4:00 PM

Event Name:
Detroit Auto Show SOAP Outreach

Event Description:

Events that bring alot of people to a city drive up the Demand for Sex for sale. Pimps/Traffickers will be bussing girls-- victims-- into Detroit Michigan and surrounding areas to meet this demand and make money during the Detroit Auto Show. The biggest car show in the country


This two week event is expected to bring over 750,000 participants and visitors to Detroit for the show, driving up the demand.

We need your Help to get soap into the motels prior to the event to save these girls from a horrific life and give them an option out.

Please note: soap is distributed PRIOR to the event so that we can ensure the soap is IN the room when the girls are coming to town.

9am- Registration

9:30am- Training

A training on Human Trafficking and SOAP will teach you how to approach motels, talk to their staff on how to identify a potential victim and signs to look for during the outreach.

11:15- Lunch Provided

12:00- Packaging of Soap (soap will already be labeled thanks to Lexis Nexis)

1:00 pm: Teams will load up with soap and head out to approach motels and give them the soap!

Teams will then report back to us to go over the results. Should be finished by 4pm

Please Note: Must be over 18 years of age to do the Motel Outreach. However, training and packaging is open to middle school and older.

T-Shirts:

We would like volunteers doing the motel outreach to purchase a tshirt. Orders prior to the event will be guarenteed the correct size. There is a Limited supply day of event however.

Donations:

This outreach is funded solely on donations from people to buy the soap and printing costs! Donations to cover the cost of the outreach are greatly appreciated and can be made online at www.traffickfree.com or day of the event.

Parnters:


Oakland Christian High School

Clarkston Community Church

DOMA INTERNATIONAL

LEXIS NEXIS


Event Meeting Location:
Oakland Christian High School
3075 Shimmons Auburn Hills, MI

View Location Map

Please follow these instructions to register for your event:
1. Visit the Doma International CERVIS event registration page at https://www.cervistech.com/acts/console.php?console_id=0092&console_type=event.
2. Click on the "Register for an Event Or Manage Your Profile" Button.
3. Follow the on screen instructions to access the CERVIS registration system. If this is your first time using the CERVIS online registration system, you will be prompted to create a Volunteer profile.
4. Click on the "Register for an Event" Hyperlink.
5. Select your name from the list and enter the code below into the "Event Registration Code" Box.

Event Registration Code: fxLw96

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Change.org Petition - President Barack Obama, U.S. Congress and State Legislators: Join 46 U.S. AGs Push… funding for Victims of Human Trafficking (TVPRA)


Join 46 U.S. AGs Push... funding for Victims of Human Trafficking
 
Change.org Petition - President Barack Obama, U.S. Congress and State Legislators


We need to be aggressive and secure proper funding for these victims and provide modern-day slavery training for our law enforcement agencies at the local, state and federal levels.
The National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) sent a letter "November 2, 2012" to congressional leaders urging them to pass the Trafficking Victims Protection Reauthorization Act (TVPRA) by the end of the year in order to adequately fund programs to combat human trafficking and modern-day slavery.

Please See and Review the following links for additional information...
http://www.kuam.com/story/20010069/2012/11/05/push-for-funding-for-victims-of-human-trafficking
https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7nB0bI2d5XXSHRZNUtieVFzTWc/edit

https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B7nB0bI2d5XXSHRZNUtieVFzTWc/edit

Monday, October 15, 2012

Pepperdine University is proud to present the launch of USAID's ChallengeSlavery.org.


USAID challenges you to propose innovative ideas on how to apply technological solutions to prevent trafficking, enable victims to escape from traffickers, and assist survivors in recovering from trauma so they can lead happy and productive lives. Partner with students across the world to design strong, creative solutions.

Indeed - Be part of a community of students and researchers that are fighting slavery: The challenge will award prizes to student teams from colleges across the United States and around the world which present innovative solutions to end human trafficking. This event is a part of the Global Justice Speaker Series at the Nootbaar Institute for Law, Religion,& Ethics.
 
 
Be part of a community of students and researchers that are fighting slavery.

LEARN

What is trafficking in persons (TIP)? Learn the definition, the different forms it takes, the root causes and current estimates of its prevalence. Read stories of survivors who escaped from their traffickers.

Get the facts

       ENGAGE
Be part of something beyond the lecture hall. Engage in conversations with experts working in the field of combating trafficking in persons. Share your questions and insights.

Read the discussion

       BE INSPIRED
Donors and organizations across the globe are working together to fight trafficking in persons. View information on counter-trafficking programs supported by USAID and other donors and organizations. Consider how your innovative ideas can help to further their work.

Learn more

        ACT
USAID challenges you to propose innovative ideas on how to apply technological solutions to prevent trafficking, enable victims to escape from traffickers, and assist survivors in recovering from trauma so they can lead happy and productive lives. Partner with students across the world to design strong, creative solutions.