There is no road too far or mountain too high for us. We fearlessly intervene on the ground to save and protect the innocent and the helpless.
We do battle with human trafficking and crimes against humanity through regional cooperation, crime prevention and criminal justice reform.
When all else has failed we step up and give hope and guidance when it's needed the most.
Dark Horse Protection Services has seconded a dedicated extraction team that strives on a daily basis to make a difference in the continuous struggle against Human Trafficking, Gender-based Violence, Drugs and Drug Abuse, Missing Persons and other Crimes against Humanity.
The GUARDIANS are a well trained and disciplined team who operate under the banner of UOC as an extraction team and in a supporting protection roll for investigation officers in law enforcement when operational in the field.
Do you know of somebody that is exposed to abuse, but you can’t intervene? You can report the abuse anonymously here for our immediate assistance
MAY: SUCCESS STORY
Success: Patriating a boy to his mother in Switzerland
His grandmother, and guardian, contacted us through an email requesting our help. In her words: "We have our grandson, 11 years old (Swiss and South African citizen), in our care since 6 months as safe house by court order. He was found completely neglected on the street by his fathers house on 24 of September 2019. He has been left by himself at home where often no electricity and often no clean water was available, with no warm food or care.
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Mexican cartels and human trafficking
MEXICO CITY — Organized crime is mutating in Mexico as gangs who steal oil and sell drugs try a lucrative new line of work trafficking people, according to a top official fighting money laundering. Santiago Nieto, head of Mexico’s financial intelligence unit (UIF), said his team had discovered that some of the country’s most notorious cartels had branched out into sex trafficking, especially ones whose core business faced disruption.
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South Africa: ‘Child Soldier’ Gangs
CAPE TOWN. Hanover Park, a depressing neighbourhood of drab buildings and unemployed young men, is one island in a violent gangland archipelago that stretches across South Africa’s coastal city of Cape Town, where even the deployment of the army has failed to stop the shootings. Gangsters as young as 12 operate within a contested jigsaw of fiefdoms in the historically “coloured” township.
Update: Collins Khosa Murder – Appeal to Khosa judgment imminent as family rejects police minister’s deal