Raven exists to transform our nation’s response to child exploitation.
As the first and only 501(c)4 group focused on child exploitation in the United States, we work with lawmakers, advocates, agencies, and organizations who are willing to challenge the status quo and fight to protect our most vulnerable citizens.
Number of children seen in images waiting to be rescued
SOURCE: Combined Child Victim Identification Program (CVIP) databases
Suspect leads not being worked due to a lack of resources
SOURCE: National Criminal Justice Training Center (NCJTC)
SOURCE: Internet Watch Foundation (IWF)
We’re a team of subject matter experts in child protection, policy, and research throughout the Unites States.
We’re protecting children from harm by finding resources, obtaining funding, increasing awareness, advocating for legislative changes and securing protective measures on social media platforms.
Online child sexual exploitation refers to the use of the Internet as a method to facilitate the sexual abuse of children. It includes a wide range of behaviors and situations that can take place directly online or through a combination of offline and online interactions.
Most commonly this includes grooming, live streaming, producing and trading child sexual exploitation material, and coercing and blackmailing children for sexual purposes.