Saved In America

News and Reports

San Diego’s rival street gangs ... have put aside their differences over turf and drugs, and have struck up alliances to sell women and girls, some as young as 12.

Child/Human Trafficking is one of the fastest growing crimes in the world...the world’s second largest criminal enterprise, after drugs.

...168 children rescued from the sex trade, 281 pimps were arrested in a one week period on state and federal charges.

...A nationwide crackdown on sex trafficking...arrests of six suspected pimps...rescues of 37 victims

“Speak up for [children] who cannot speak for themselves.  Protect the rights of all who are helpless, for those that can’t...

You can help save children out of the sex trade and preserve this young generation and generations to come! Your donation through SIA's parent non-profit organization NCIC Inc. will go to fund SIA's operations.

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Donations over $499 please call 760-348-8808 or send via check to:
Saved In America, P.O. Box 270, Oceanside, CA 92049


    TO gather intelligence and assist law enforcement in the investigation and rescue of CHILD VICTIMS of sex trafficking in the United States,

    TO provide safe housing and rehabilitation to VICTIMS, and

    TO assist law enforcement in the arrest and prosecution of violent pedophiles/pimps and sex offenders.  

    SIA operates in cooperation with parents, law enforcement agencies, and other NGO’s (non-government organizations.)

WHO WE ARE: SIA is comprised of highly trained, skilled, experienced professionals--some of the best in their fields--including former Navy SEALs, law enforcement officers, private investigators, attorneys, therapists, and counselors.

OPERATIONS: SIA's Investigation Team gathers intelligence and evidence to locate and identify trafficking victims, violent pedophiles (pimps), and trafficking locations. The Law Enforcement Liaison, coordinates with local and/or federal law enforcement officers. SIA reports the gathered intelligence to law enforcement, and assists law enforcement in rescuing victims and arresting traffickers.

RESOLVE: In coordination with law enforcement, parents, and social agencies the Investigative Operations Team assists law enforcement in bringing victims to a secure location and begin a Recovery Program to be rehabilitated and returned to families and/or re-integrated into society. SIA's Legal Counsel provides legal assistance to victims and families.