Flying Cross partners with DeliverFund to help train officers on human trafficking

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Flying Cross’ goal is to prepare everyday heroes for whatever obstacles they may face, delivering the highest-quality uniform apparel and gear. As a leader in designing and engineering apparel for public safety markets, Flying Cross is committed to having its customers dressed for the fight so they can better protect our communities.

As the world continues to evolve, Flying Cross understands crime is at an all-time high, human trafficking in particular. The trafficking of women and children is a growing epidemic, and it is happening in our own neighborhoods.

It is a fight worth fighting, and Flying Cross is excited about joining in the battle and supporting the efforts of organizations leading the charge such as DeliverFund, a nonprofit intelligence organization dedicated to combating human trafficking.

Not only has DeliverFund freed and protected nearly 500 trafficking victims globally, they are committed to collaborating with and training law enforcement officers, providing valuable assistance to fight against human trafficking.

DeliverFund Founder and CEO, Nic McKinley, understands the organization’s efforts are not scalable without the assistance from local law enforcement. Human Trafficking is one the fastest growing epidemics in the world and there is no designated federal department or agency tasked with solely focusing on combating it.

This leaves local law enforcement to locate criminals and rescue victims with little to no training in this arena. This ends with DeliverFund. At no cost to the officers, DeliverFund trains and provides the cutting-edge technology needed to stop these criminals and rescue victims.

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An overwhelming 96% of trafficking victims are female; therefore, in respect to Women’s History Month, Flying Cross donated 5% of the revenue earned from its March website sales to support the efforts of DeliverFund and our brave public safety professionals.

Anthony Talbert, the Brand Manager at Flying Cross, said:

“We are excited to have the opportunity to support DeliverFund and thus support our public safety agencies nationwide.

Flying Cross is honored to continue to find ways to give back to those who serve on our behalf. This is a great opportunity to further bring awareness to human trafficking and DeliverFund, an organization dedicated to making our communities and our nation a safer place.”

Anthony also pointed out that Flying Cross is still very much open during this pandemic and ready to serve public safety professionals. 

He told Law Enforcement Today:

“We have the largest in-stock inventory with over $38M of ready to ship product. This message is important because there are many agencies looking for new utility uniforms that are easy maintenance and we have them.”

The company is offering 20% off of orders if buyers sign up through flyingcross.com

Anthony concluded:

“Our business is up and running and ready to serve and we need to spread this message as much as possible so we can serve any public safety professionals in need.” 

That’s what we at Law Enforcement Today like to hear! 

 

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