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The FBI Cincinnati Citizens Academy Alumni Association (FBICCAAA) is a nonprofit organization separate and apart from the FBI made up of community members throughout southern and central Ohio. We are committed to facilitating community service projects, engaging in the community by sharing knowledge for safety awareness, and offering educational forums aimed at bridging the gap between our community and law enforcement. In today's times, our mission is essential.
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13 December 2021
This fall, the FBICCAAA’s second annual fundraiser, “Fore!” a Fight Against Human Trafficking at TopGolf in West Chester, raised thousands of dollars in proceeds for two area nonprofits, End Slavery Cincinnati and Dayton’s Oasis House. On Monday, December 13, 2021, The FBI Cincinnati Citizens Academy Alumni Association (FBICCAAA) presented the first of the fundraising checks in the amount of $3,000 to End Slavery Cincinnati of the Salvation Army. End Slavery Cincinnati trains, educates, and raises awareness in the greater Cincinnati area to the reality and presence of human trafficking. The Salvation Army-based nonprofit organization supports all victims of human trafficking and connects them with access to legal, social services, and recovery resources. Erin Meyer, Coalition Manager for End Slavery Cincinnati, said the financial assistance is tremendously needed now, as places where victims might seek help, such as emergency rooms and houses of worship, are already overwhelmed by the pandemic. Added FBICCAAA President Susan Noonan, "The FBI Cincinnati Citizens Academy Alumni Association actively participates in our greater Cincinnati community in many ways. The FBICCAAA is thrilled to be able to partner with End Slavery Cincinnati as it assists local victims of human trafficking and hope this donation will assist End Slavery Cincinnati to continue its powerful work."
As recently as October 2021, Operation "Ohio Knows" led to the arrest of 161 people in a statewide human trafficking sting. At the time, Ohio Attorney General David Yost remarked about human trafficking, "It's in every county, in every town, it's happening all over Ohio, poor neighborhoods, rich neighborhoods, educated and uneducated, black, white, it doesn't matter, it happens everywhere.
The FBICCAAA is a nonprofit organization separate and apart from the FBI made up of civic-minded members who live and work in southern and central Ohio. The FBICCAAA facilitates local service projects, engages in the community by sharing knowledge for safety awareness, and offers educational forums aimed at bridging the gap between neighborhoods and law enforcement.