Sentinel Foundation counters child sex trafficking, provides crisis response to preserve human life during emergency situations.

Counter Trafficking

We counter child exploitation by targeting traffickers, and provide advanced instruction for law enforcement officers, domestically and internationally.

We target the traffickers

We combine Special Operations methodology with emerging technology to target criminal traffickers, disrupt networks, and rescue victims. We utilize the tactics, techniques, and procedures (TTPs) developed by the Special Operations community, and the deployment of some of the most advanced commercial technology available. With these tools, our counter trafficking capabilities enhance the efforts by governments, law enforcement, and NGOs around the world.
Counter Trafficking - targeting the targeters

We Leverage All Tools At Our Disposal

We support and train LEOs

We provide training for both law enforcement officers and government forces around the world. Collaborative efforts between law enforcement organizations, Sentinel, and local governments make a significant impact towards eradicating child exploitation and trafficking.
Law Enforcement Training to counter child trafficking
Sentinel team gives law enforcement counter trafficking training
Law enforcement training by Sentinel team in Africa

Open Source Targeting and Analysis

Low Profile Operations

Full Spectrum Surveillance

Non-Standard Communications

Cyber Enabled Operations

Basic and Advanced Training Packages

We instill fear in those who exploit the vulnerable.

Sentinel Foundation, by design, conducts our counter trafficking operations in the shadows and the background. You will not see us highlight the details of our impact online or in the media. Everything our team does is in support of someone else and we do not seek the recognition for that work. This approach allows us the trust and ability to work on some of the world’s most challenging problems.

We believe that through accomplishing our mission fear will be instilled in those who wish to harm others. Research shows the chance of being caught is vastly more effective as a deterrent to criminal activity than even draconian punishment. There is evidence that the perceived probability of arrest must exceed thirty percent before behavior changes. After that, the deterrent effect will continue to increase until the perceived probability reaches about seventy percent.