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General Questions

FrontPage Guardian is a global organization committed to exposing crimes against children, organized crime, and government corruption. We also provide grants and resources for victims. Learn more on our About Us page.

You can get involved by donating, volunteering, or sending us tips. Visit our Join Us in Our Fight page for more details.


You can donate through our secure Donate Page. We offer multiple options, including one-time donations and monthly pledges.

Donations to FrontPage Guardian are generally tax-deductible, but we strongly recommend consulting with a tax advisor for specific information on the tax-deductibility of your contribution.


ou can apply for a grant through our Grants for Victims page. The page provides details on eligibility and the application process.

Victims of child trafficking, families affected by organized crime, and whistleblowers can apply. Visit our Grants for Victims page for more information.

Tip Submission

You can leave a tip through various secure methods listed on our Leave Tips for Us page.

Yes, we take the utmost care to protect the identity of our informants. Learn more on our Leave Tips for Us page.

Education and Resources

Our Education and Awareness page offers a wealth of information and downloadable resources.

Yes, we have a list of trusted organizations and resources on our Resources & Partners page.


You can reach us through the contact form on our Contact & Connect page or directly at general@frontpageguardian.org.

Newsletter and Updates

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Legal and Privacy

We prioritize data security and take comprehensive measures to protect your information. All data is encrypted and stored in secure environments. For more details on how we handle data security, please visit our Privacy Policy.

Our terms of use can be found at the footer of every page on our website. For a detailed understanding of what you agree to by using our site, you can directly access the terms of use by clicking.

Yes, FrontPage Guardian collaborates with law enforcement agencies, but only when it aligns with our mission to combat crimes against children and organized crime, and only when it is legally appropriate to do so. We exercise the utmost care and discretion to protect the identity and security of our sources during any such collaboration.

When our investigations yield sufficient evidence against individuals involved in crimes against children or organized crime, we will do everything within our legal power to ensure these individuals are prosecuted. For any questions or legal inquiries related to this, please contact our legal department or our lawyers at Procer Abogados. Addresses and phone numbers are available upon request.

For any legal questions or concerns, you can reach out to our legal department or our lawyers at Procer Abogados. For contact details, including addresses and phone numbers, please write to us at

All sensitive information gathered during our investigations is handled with the utmost care and discretion. We employ advanced security measures to protect the confidentiality and integrity of our sources and data.


To become a volunteer, you can start by visiting our “Join Us in Our Fight” page. Here, you’ll find information on current volunteer opportunities, the application process, and the various ways you can contribute to our mission. Whether you’re interested in research, writing, or even administrative tasks, there’s a role for you at FrontPage Guardian.

While some volunteer roles at FrontPage Guardian do require specialized skills, particularly those involving investigative work or technical expertise, there are a multitude of ways to contribute to our mission. From research to community outreach, we have a place for everyone who is passionate about justice and truth. For a detailed list of roles and their requirements, please visit our “Join Us” page.

Yes, due to the sensitive nature of our work, especially when it involves children, we require all volunteers to undergo a background check. This is a crucial step to ensure the safety and integrity of our operations.

If you’re interested in roles that require interaction with children or handling sensitive information, you’ll need to provide a copy of your criminal records. You can download the necessary forms from our “Legal Documents” section and submit them as part of your application process.

Application forms for volunteering can be downloaded from our “Legal Documents” section on the website. Once completed, you can submit them through the secure channels provided on the “Join Us in Our Fight” page.

All volunteers undergo an orientation and training program tailored to their specific role. This may include training on investigative techniques, safety protocols, and the ethical considerations pertinent to our work.

Yes, we offer various remote volunteering opportunities. These roles may involve research, writing, or digital outreach. Check our “Join Us in Our Fight” page for more details on remote positions.

Reporting and Investigations

Our investigative team reviews every tip and takes appropriate action, which may include further investigation or collaboration with law enforcement.

Due to the sensitive nature of our work, we may not be able to provide updates on specific investigations.

Donor Recognition

The Guardian Circle is an exclusive group for significant donors. Members receive special updates and invitations to events. Learn more on our Donate Page.

Media and Press

For media inquiries, please contact our media relations department at media@frontpageguardian.org.

es, we encourage you to share our articles and resources to help spread awareness. However, please give appropriate credit to FrontPage Guardian.


At FrontPage Guardian, we take the security of sensitive information extremely seriously. To provide the highest level of confidentiality and to mitigate the risks associated with cyber threats, we store all sensitive data on air-gapped computers. These are highly secure systems that have never been connected to the internet or any other network, therebysignificantly reducing the possibility of unauthorized access or data breaches. This method is considered one of the most secure ways to handle sensitive information and is part of our commitment to protect the integrity of our sources and the information they provide.

e utilize end-to-end encryption for all digital communications, including emails and messages. This ensures that only the sender and the recipient can access the content. For added security, we recommend using our Secure Drop system, which provides an additional layer of anonymity and encryption.

Yes, our website employs SSL encryption to secure the data being sent to and from our servers. However, for the most sensitive tips, we recommend using SecureDrop, which offers a more secure and anonymous method of communication.

Once we receive a tip, it undergoes a rigorous verification process. If the tip is deemed credible, it is escalated for further investigation. All information is stored securely on air-gapped computers, accessible only to authorized personnel.

We collaborate with law enforcement agencies only when it aligns with our mission and when it is legally appropriate to do so. Any such collaboration is done with the utmost care to protect the identity and security of our sources.

If you have concerns about the risks involved in sharing sensitive information, we recommend reaching out to us through SecureDrop. This system is designed to protect your anonymity and uses multiple layers of encryption to secure your information.

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It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout. 

It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout. 

It is a long established fact that a reader will be distracted by the readable content of a page when looking at its layout. 


Title: Sexual Abuse of a Minor: Investigation, Analysis, and Action

Description of the Assignment

1. Identification of the Scope: The assignment involves conducting an in-depth investigation into the alleged sexual abuse of a minor. This encompasses cybercrimes such as online grooming, distribution or solicitation of explicit content, and potential offline misconduct.

2. Research and Investigation: Our task extends to researching various social media platforms, chat applications, or any other digital communication channels involved. The aim is to find any inappropriate contact, messages, images, or other forms of interaction that the minor might have been exposed to.

3. Interviews and Statements: This includes interviews with the victim, family members, teachers, friends, or any other potential witnesses who could provide valuable information about the case. All interviews would be conducted with due sensitivity and with the utmost respect for the victim’s emotional state.

4. Suspect Analysis: If a suspect is identified, a thorough profile analysis will be conducted. This might involve studying the suspect’s social media profiles, digital footprints, criminal records (if any), and any relevant behavioral patterns.

5. Evidence Collection and Analysis: All pertinent digital and physical evidence would be meticulously collected, analyzed, and preserved. This might involve screenshots, chat records, multimedia files, metadata, location data, or any physical evidence, if applicable.

6. Collaboration with Law Enforcement Agencies: In order to ensure the safety of the minor and to bring the perpetrator to justice, collaboration with local or international law enforcement agencies might be necessary. This could involve sharing crucial findings or providing expert insights to support the official investigation, all while adhering to legal and ethical guidelines.

7. Reporting and Raising Awareness: The findings of the investigation would be compiled into a comprehensive report, which could then be used to raise awareness about the prevalent issue of child sexual abuse, to educate the public, and to advocate for stronger protective measures.

Each step of the assignment is carried out with the utmost integrity, respecting the rights and privacy of the minors involved, and prioritizing their safety and well-being.

Our organization prides itself on being a beacon of truth, relentlessly shining light onto the often shadowed corners of society. We are a group of tenacious investigative journalists, unwavering in our mission to expose the injustices and crimes committed against the most vulnerable among us – our children.

We are an amalgamation of passion, purpose, and perseverance. Each member of our team is fuelled by a shared commitment to safeguarding the innocence of our society’s youngest and most vulnerable. Our resolve is unyielding. We stand steadfast in our pursuit of justice, even in the face of the most challenging and deeply troubling cases.

1. Driven by Compassion: At the heart of our work is a deep and resonating empathy. We are driven by compassion for the victims, their families, and the concerned individuals who reach out to us. Parents, teachers, and good Samaritans, they trust us with their fears and suspicions. We handle these delicate situations with the utmost care and discretion, honoring the trust they place in us.

2. Unyielding Investigation: We are relentless in our pursuit of the truth. Armed with clues, suspicions, and evidence, we set out to uncover the truth and ensure that no stone is left unturned. No lead is too minor, no tip too trivial. Each piece is a potential key in our investigative jigsaw puzzle.

3. Due Process: Our approach is rooted firmly in the respect for due process and legal boundaries. We do not coerce or corner. Instead, we engage with our subjects respectfully, offering them a chance to explain their actions. We believe in the power of dialogue as a means of enlightenment and change.

4. Advocacy and Support: We do not merely expose; we advocate and support. We believe in second chances and the capacity for change. We facilitate connections with professionals specializing in dealing with inappropriate sexual interests, helping the subjects of our investigations to find the help they need to change their lives for the better.

5. Transparency and Accountability: We stand accountable to our audience, the public, and those whose stories we tell. Unless there are legal restrictions, we make our investigative findings available to the public. We strive for transparency, believing it to be integral to our mission and our social contract with our readers.

6. Impact and Recognition: Our work has touched lives, sparked dialogue, and led to action. We have received acknowledgments from law enforcement, the subjects of our investigations, and from the society at large. These are not mere accolades; they serve as testament to our impact and the significance of our work.

In our commitment to investigative journalism, we believe we are not merely chroniclers of society’s ills, but catalysts for change. We wield our pens and cameras not as tools of condemnation, but as instruments of truth, justice, and reform. Through our work, we hope to engender a safer and more accountable society, to serve as a bulwark against the victimization of our children, and ultimately, to make the world a better place.

This is who we are. This is what we do. We stand vigilant, ever ready to protect, expose, advocate, and reform. For the children, for the truth, for justice.