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IREX Collabs with Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative in Locating Non-Compliant Sex Offenders

Murrieta, California – August 16, 2022: Non-Compliant Sex Offenders is a growing issue throughout the United States, with numbers in the thousands in every state. This is providing society, communities, schools and university campuses with an every day threat. 

Now, through the work of Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initative, IREX is equipped with state-wide databases of Non-Compliant Sex Offenders which will be able to alert the relevant authorities/personnel if anyone from these lists ever appears under surveillance.

ATII’s Chief Information Security Officer, Larry Cameron hailed the partnership with IREX: 

"At ATII, we feel that non-compliant sex offenders are a really high risk to society. Their lack of regard for not only the people they offend against, but the legal protocols that are put in place in order to keep tabs on them. IREX offers an offender recognition system that will allow us to monitor for these offenders. Initially, we will be focusing on colleges and universities to add another layer of protection to these establishments. We will then offer the service to other areas where children are at a high risk of being targeted. The more camera's we have access to the higher the chances that we will be able to detect / catch these predators and notify authorities of their location so that they can be taken into custody."

Although the preliminary focus will be across the United States, the partnership hopes to extend globally, as like IREX, The Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initiative (ATII) combats global human trafficking. 

See here how IREX unveiled how it’s AI is a driving force in the fight against Human Trafficking:
To find out more about Anti-Human Trafficking Intelligence Initative, Larry and their team, see here:

Based in the United States, ATII, a not-for-profit organization, established in 2019, operates globally to combat modern slavery by leveraging corporate social responsibilities directly through anti-human trafficking program development, facilitating awareness, targeted data collection, technology integration, and sourcing actionable intelligence. They aim to disrupt the market of human trafficking, child exploitation and child sexual abuse material (CSAM) through the advancement of preventions, detection, investigation and reporting mechanisms.  ATII is committed to raising awareness and developing strategic partnerships with intelligence, technology, and data leaders. Learn more at