401-KIDS INC

We Fight Abuse

Edmond, OK   |  www.401kids.org

Mission

Mission Statement 401-Kids Inc board members and volunteers are dedicated to fight child abuse through prevention and pro-active programs. As professional law enforcement officers, we will fight for juveniles who have been abused and forced into sex trafficking. We are dedicated in providing education and training about child abuse and sex trafficking to law enforcement and the community in general.

Ruling year info

1999

CEO

Clint Thompson

Main address

520 Beagle Cir

Edmond, OK 73003 USA

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Formerly known as

401-Kids Foundation

EIN

73-1570381

NTEE code info

Children's and Youth Services (P30)

IRS filing requirement

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Programs and results

What we aim to solve

SOURCE: Self-reported by organization

401-Kids Inc has been in operation for twenty years. During this time, we have provided services to juveniles who were victims of abuse including sex abuse and sex trafficking. We provide this service to the Youth Center, now defunct, and individuals who were supporting victims on a temporary basis as well an NGO in Wichita, Kansas. Since the State of Oklahoma cut funding for abused children of all types, has culminated in a huge gap in the placing of juvenile sex trafficked victims. Currently the sex trafficked girls are evaluated and placed in a foster home. This has been proven problematic as many of these young victims run away and return to the streets. Historically, foster homes are lackadaisical in their support of specialized services for these young victims. Oklahoma Department of Human Services (ODHS) does not have the manpower and funds to properly supervise and inspect these homes. 401-Kids Inc a long-established public foundation with history in assisting abused children,

Our programs

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The Day After Yesterday

We are building a full-term loving home for sex-trafficked girls. This home will have a family environment with each girl having their own room and bath. Home cooked meals will be taken at the family dinning table. There will be custom continuing education for each girl.

We will provide law enforcement and citizens with education about the sex-trafficking of juveniles. Being law enforcement ourselves, we will work closely with local jurisdictions in identification an recovery of these stolen children.

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Goals & Strategy

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Charting impact

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401-Kids Inc., an Oklahoma incorporated public 501c3 charity, was founded in 1999, by four law enforcement officers. Their purpose was to raise the funds to help abused children. Due to the alarming rate of young girls being forced into sex trafficking, these officers have taken on the task of raising funds to build a full-term home for six young trafficked girls 15 years and younger. A first in the Nation. This home will be a pilot program for future homes in large metro areas.

In addition to the aforementioned life skills taught, licensed professional counselors, with oversight from the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, will work with each resident to enhance the learned life skills. All staff will be trained to enhance services these young victims of sex trafficking will require.

Since Oklahoma is the crossroads of America, 401-Kids Inc. will work in conjunction with the Oklahoma Department of Human Services to provide the best care possible. 401-Kids Inc. being a law enforcement driven public charity will work closely with Edmond, Oklahoma Police Department, Oklahoma City Police Department, Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs and the Oklahoma State Attorney General’s Office.

One of the greatest barriers in Oklahoma is the lack of coordinated cooperation between Federal, State and local law enforcement agencies. For this reason, 401-Kids Inc. will implement the following:

401-Kids Inc. will provide continuing education to law enforcement throughout Oklahoma on the subject of proper identification of sex trafficked juveniles, how to report incidents of sex trafficked juveniles and the proper temporary protection, respect and care of victims of sex trafficking. Two board members of 401-Kids Inc. are Oklahoma State certified law enforcement training instructors with many years of experience. Only certified instructors will be used for instruction of law enforcement.

An excellent working relationship with the Oklahoma State Legislators will be established. The subject of sex trafficking of juveniles in Oklahoma will be become well known to the legislative members. Working with these legislators, we will present new legislative bills to finance and enhance a multi jurisdictional task force who will use cooperation in the investigation and enforcement of sex trafficking of juveniles. This task force will also work closely with Through the legislators, we will establish a section of course on sex trafficking of juveniles in the curriculum of the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training.

401-Kids Inc. will be proactive in the proper identification, intervention and rehabilitation of sex trafficked juveniles.

We are aggressively applying for grands, both local and Federal. We are reaching out to single donors who have the resources to fund the entire project. Due to our efforts, we have received a donation of ten acres worth $90,000.00. We are moving forward with raising funding for these young victims.

By the grace of God, we live in a free country. A free society who are generous and interested in helping us to build the first full-term home for sex-trafficked girls of the age of 15 years and younger. A first in the Nation. Our capabilities are hard work, determination and a will to never give up. We have been around for 20 years serving abused children.

We have made many connections with other foundation who have a wealth of information which will help us in the operations of this home. We have had land donated. We started a gofundme page. We have signed up for many consumer funded programs.

Financials

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401-KIDS INC

Board of directors
as of 10/17/2019
SOURCE: Self-reported by organization
Board chair

Clint Thompson

Clint Thompson, Independent Writer Ret. LEO

Term: 1999 -

Sam Corenett

Mark Ingram

Deputy

Lisa Hatchett

Deputy

Tara Ingram

Activist

Clint Thompson

Ret. Lt. State Police

Mark Ingram

Deputy Sheriff

Sam Corenett

Ret. LEO

LIsa Hatchett

Deputy Sheriff

Tara Ingram

Activist

Clint Thompson

CEO