T.I.P.S. Situational Crime Prevention Project

A Strategic - Systematic - Synergistic - Saturation Model Bringing Awareness of Modern Day Slavery for Sustainable Results

T.I.P.S. (Trafficking In Persons Situational Crime Prevention)  

The program is part of a larger crime prevention effort focused on ending Modern Day Slavery. 

It is based on several non conventional crime prevention methods combined in a synergistic way to, hopefully, reduces victims of trafficking, increase incareractions of traffickers, and help bring awareness to the issue of human / sex trafficking in the USA and countries that are being targeted by the United States Agency for International Development. 

OVERVIEW OF PROCESS - SNAPSHOT OF PHASES TO BE IMPLEMENTED

 

T.I.P.S.  Project

Summary:
Take a song and change the lyrics to fit a world-wide crime fighting organization and ask musicians to recreate / collaborate and/or write songs about human/ sex trafficking providing markets to sell the songs with worldwide distribution through internet radio station established with USAID and the 5 Partners connections.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  T.I.P.S. has two key components:

1) Positioning of a song called Easier Said than Done. This partnership starts with serving Crime Stoppers International and Crime Stoppers USA and its unique anonymous crime prevention efforts, against crimes like human / sex trafficking.
USAID and it’s 5 partners will simultaneously establishing the “branding” of a consistent "theme song” for the nearly 1200 programs worldwide at the same time through it’s media partners, bringing awareness / educate to the public on the epidemic of human / sex trafficking.
The way USAID and it’s 5 partners help Crime Stoppers in branding set up the second key partnership:

2) Indaba with it preeminent presence in the online music industry in designing a unique mix of online time-based song competitions, in collaboration with online outsourcing and re-recording of the same song in different music genres and languages educating youth about Trafficking In Persons.

PHASE 1

PHASE 2

Contact Law Enforement Programs

-Crime Stoppers USA and Crime Stoppers International 

PHASE 4

"Require by law"

Airline Reporting Corporation- responsible for "licencing" of airllines, travel agencies to "color code" tickets issued

"Adult entertainment" industry- required by law of notification of new hires or employees;

"Seasonal or partime" laborer required by employers to subject documentation or be subject to "extreme" financial fines

PHASE 5 - INDABA

Systematic implementation of all 1-5 will open the interest of Indaba  INDABAMusic to “want to get involved”.

PHASE 6

Global awareness and instant name recognition with UN BLUE HEART (http://www.unodc.org/blueheart/?ref=menuside)

PICTURE OF ALL PHASES THROUGH CONNECTION

Crime in America