EXPLOITED - Crimes and Technology
BASED ON REAL CASES, "Exploited - Crimes and Technology," is all about how criminals use technology to exploit the innocent and how to keep kids safe from predators. The show airs weekly on KTIE, a commercial AM radio station in San Bernardino, California, owned by the Salem Media Group, based in Camarillo, California, that airs conservative talk radio format.
Tune in Saturdays at 3:00 p.m. Pacific Time on AM590 The Answer. If you live outside of the Inland Empire you can still listen live by going to: http://www.am590theanswer.com or find all of the past shows archived at: https://soundcloud.com/exploitedcrimes
Opal Singleton is the President and CEO of Million Kids, a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to keeping kids safe from predators. Million Kids serves as the Training and Outreach Coordinator for the Riverside County Anti Human Trafficking Task Force and works with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department through a Department of Justice Grant.
Opal has trained more than 250,000 government and individual leaders about labor trafficking, child sex trafficking, sextortion, child pornography and social media exploitation. She is the author of Seduced: The Grooming of America’s Teenagers and often appears on television and radio talk shows across the United States.
Opal is an Instructor at USC Price Safe Communities Institute and a Co-Instructor at the USC School of Social Work for the Los Angeles Police Department LEAD program. She is an Instructor at Los Angeles Fire Leadership Training Academy she serves on the Board of Directors for Rapha House International in Cambodia, Thailand and Haiti.
Opal has completed the Robert Presley Institute of Criminal Investigation Instructor Course and served on the Peace Officers Standardized Training) panel to develop the training curriculum on human trafficking for law enforcement for California.
Opal hosts two weekly radio shows. KTIE 590 AM broadcasts “Exploited: Crimes and Technology” every Saturday at 3:00 throughout Southern California. “Exploited: Crimes against Humanity” is a global Internet weekly human trafficking training program that broadcasts through Voice America Variety Channel to more than 170 countries.
If your organization, church, school or business would like to learn more about trafficking and exploitation in your community, contact us to arrange an informative presentation at: (951) 323-0298 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
"EXPLOITED - Crimes Against Humanity" is our FREE global internet training program about human trafficking and exploitation that includes a powerful weekly podcast that reaches 170 countries and corresponding blog with links to the cases and stories discussed on the show. All of the shows are archived so you can listen at your convenience.
Each week we analyze real cases of exploitation from the perspective of law enforcement, the victim, and the perpetrator. Stay up-to-date on the predators’ methods of operation. Learn about new technologies and how predators use them to groom kids. Explore how law enforcement identifies the crime and looks at evidence. Understand the psychology of grooming. Hear other experts and learn what you can do to prevent exploitation.
We believe the key to fighting human trafficking and exploitation is prevention through education. We hope you will join us each week so together we can say NEVER AGAIN should another human being be needlessly exploited!!
Million Kids is dedicated to combating human trafficking, sex trafficking and exploitation through education, training, prevention and supportive services.
Million Kids is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that combats human trafficking and exploitation. Locally, we serve on the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force (RCAHT) as the Training and Outreach Coordinator. Nationally, we provide lectures and training programs to corporations, civic groups, churches, and government agencies. Internationally, we support rescue and recovery programs in Southeast Asia and Haiti. All contributions are tax deductible and go to help prevent or stop human trafficking. Copyright © Million Kids.