Child trafficking is one of the most difficult crimes to investigate. To reduce the number of girls sold into the sex trade, Indonesia must increase its capacity and expertise to investigate and prosecute human trafficking crimes.

Compassion First (CF) is committed to providing needed resources for rescues and investigation through strategic collaboration with local law enforcement. We do this through case managed intervention support.

What Does Case Managed Intervention Support Look Like?

After identifying a girl who is being trafficked, the local police reach out to CF staff in Indonesia. Our staff puts together a portfolio of the funding and resources needed in order for the police to carry out her rescue. We also immediately start working with the girl’s family while the police carries out her rescue.

Afterwards, our staff provides a child forensic interview and works with the law enforcement officers to help support their investigation and prosecution of her trafficker. Lastly, we help the police decided what the right next step is for the rescued girl, which is often an intake into a CF Aftercare Shelter.


Your partnership in this work will help CF to nurture collaborative working relationships with local and government officials in order to facilitate successful rescues, investigations, and prosecutions of trafficking crimes. By supporting our strategic collaboration with law enforcement, you will be providing rescue and restoration to more girls in Indonesia.

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