What We Do
pre·ven·tion — to be in readiness
The Demand Project believes in educating, equipping and empowering the community on how to stay safe against child predators who seek to harm children.
We provide in-depth presentations that will give you insights on how predators operate, how to keep children safe online, and how you can stay educated
on any emerging technological trends.
pros·e·cu·tion — the institution and continuance of a criminal suit involving the process of pursuing formal charges against an offender to final judgment
The Demand Project believes that law enforcement plays a key role in stopping child predators, protecting children, and rescuing victims. We have decided that,
as an organization, we should do our part to support their efforts. The Demand Project has developed strategic relationships with various law enforcement
agencies that target child predators and individuals who commercially traffic people against their will. We direct funds to these agencies and are able to help
fund additional arrests and operations.
res·cue — to free from confinement, danger, or evil
The Demand Project believes there is a place for Non Governmental Organizations (NGO’s) to be of assistance to law enforcement in the rescue of sexually
exploited victims. This can only happen with a collateral partnership between both organizations. The Demand Project has built such a relationship between
VAST (victim advocate support teams) and key law enforcement agents across Oklahoma. VAST offers victim advocacy, transport of victims to safe shelters, and
facilitates donated community resources to assist victims in their restoration process.
res·to·ra·tion — to put or bring back into existence
The Demand Project believes that rescuing a victim from sexual exploitation is only the beginning of an extensive process for a victim to become a survivor.
Donated community resources become imperative to the survivor’s successful recovery once they transition out of the shelter and reintegrate back into our community.