Without Permission is committed to ongoing development and supporting collaborative relationships with law enforcement, the judicial system, social service agencies, juvenile hall, and other partners who serve high-risk populations targeted by traffickers. These partnerships will produce the victories our survivors seek from the criminal justice system.
Without Permission delivers education to girls in custody by presenting the facts and dynamics of sex trafficking. While the instruction is preventative in nature, it has also enabled girls to recognize their exploitation and trauma, to self identify and ask for help while in a safe place.
WP serves on the “209 Freedom Project” Stanislaus County and “End It” San Joaquin County task forces. These collaborations include committed partners like FBI, Homeland Security, Ag Commissioner, District Attorney’s Office, California Massage Therapy Council, Women’s Center of San Joaquin and others.
WP acts as partner for eligibility, aftercare placement, resourcing, as well as relocation for victims of sex trafficking referred by the Stanislaus Family Justice Center (FJC).
Other FJC partners are:
- Stanislaus Community Services Agency
- Behavioral Health & Recovery Services
- Superior Court
- Haven Women’s Center of Stanislaus
- Stanislaus County and city law enforcement agencies
- Stanislaus County Office of Education