Training and Outreach Coordinator, Radio Show Host, and Author in United States
Human Trafficking and Child Pornography expert, Opal Singleton, has educated tens of thousands of first responders, government agencies, civic leaders, school administrators, medical personnel, faith-based organizations, parents and grandparents about how predators operate and how to prevent young people from becoming victims of exploitation. Opal is an Instructor at USC, Sol Price Institute for Safe Communities. She sits on the Board of Directors for Rapha House International and has lived and worked in Cambodia combating child sex trafficking. Opal authored “Seduced: The Grooming of America’s Teenagers,” which to date has a 5-star Amazon rating. She is the President and CEO of Million Kids and serves as the Training and Outreach Coordinator for the Riverside County Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force and is contracted for human trafficking training services through the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department through a Department of Justice Contract.
Opal often sits with parents searching for their missing children and takes calls from teens who are in trouble. Simply stated: Opal cares deeply about kids and their families. For many years she has examined every published case of human trafficking in the U.S. (and often globally) as well as every child pornography case. She follows technology trends and looks for new technologies and strategies that are being used by perpetrators to access, groom, recruit and exploit young people. The weekly show, "EXPLOITED: Crimes Against Humanity," is designed to share her knowledge and insight with the world, especially those individuals who may work with law enforcement and/or children.
For more information, visit: ExploitedCrimes.com