Phnom Penh: On 22nd of May  2019, The Siem Reap provincial court charged one U.S. American national from Florida, aged 38, with the crime of Indecent Act against a Minor under Fifteen Years under the Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation. After
Phnom Penh: On 28th of March, 2019, APLE, with support of Bread for The World and Terre des Hommes Netherlands, in partnership with Liberty Shared and the Cambodian National Police, delivered a workshop named “Child Friendly Practice in Justice Proceedings to Protect Child Victims and
Phnom Penh: On February 19th of 2019, the Phnom Penh Municipal Court charged two Cambodian women aged 37 and 45 years old with aggravated procurement of child prostitution as mandated in the Art.27 of Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation and Art.288
Phnom Penh, Cambodia – November 29, 2018 Phnom Penh Municipal Court charged a 57-year-old British citizen with Article 43 of the Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation, related to Indecent Act involving four boys aged between 9 and 14 years.  On November
Phnom Penh – On 27 August 2018, Appeal Court pronounced a verdict finding a 63-year-old Korean man Mr. Park Youl guilty of “purchase of child prostitution” while another offence “sexual intercourse with minors under fifteen years” was dropped. Park was reduced the sentence from 14
On 28th of May, Battambang provincial court pronounced a verdict finding American convicted child sex offender Robert James Boehnlein, 66, guilty of Aggravating Circumstance of Indecent Assault of Criminal Code and sentenced him to 3-year imprisonment, the offence he committed against a five-year-old girl who
Siem Reap: On 25th of April, 2018, the Siem Reap provincial court pronounced a verdict finding Dutchman Sarot Evrard Nicolas, aged 54, guilty of producing child pornography under the Article 41 of the Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation, and sentenced him
Phnom Penh: On 29th of March, Takeo Provincial Court pronounced a verdict finding a Cambodian-American man, Tan Saravuth, 48, guilty of Purchase of Child Prostitution under Article 34 of the Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation (LSHTSE) and sentenced him to a
Phnom Penh: On 20th of March, Phnom Penh Municipal Court pronounced a verdict finding British national Mark Andrew Smith, 40, from Great Yarmouth, the United Kingdom, guilty and sentencing him to 2 year imprisonment with suspension in full for committing indecent assault with aggravating circumstances
Phnom Penh: On March 20th, 2018, The Phnom Penh Municipal Court pronounced a verdict finding British national Mark Andrew Smith, aged 40, from Great Yarmouth, United Kingdom, guilty of committing indecent assault with aggravating circumstances under the Article 246 and Article 248 of the Criminal
Siem Reap: On 23 February 2018, Siem Reap provincial court charged two British nationals aged 63, and 69 years, with Indecent Acts Against Minors under Fifteen Years of age, under the Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation. Both men were remanded in pretrial detention to await further investigation. The Siem Reap
Siem Reap: On 17 January 2018, Siem Reap provincial court pronounced a verdict against a 79-year-old American child sex offender John Paul Zollbrecht and his Cambodian accomplice, Nheb Sophorn, 23, finding them guilty for the act of sexual intercourse with minor under 15 years by
Siem Reap: On 31 October 2017, Siem Reap provincial court charged the Czech man, 46, of having sexual intercourse with a minor under fifteen years based on Article 42 of the Law on Suppression of Human Trafficking and Sexual Exploitation. This offence carries a sentence
Our Executive Director, Mr Seila Samleang, is in Stockholm this week to accept the Child 10 Award 2017 and attend the Reach for Change summit. At the award ceremony, Seila said in confidence that, “I feel very warm and inspired here to witness a wonderful
“Each and every achievement of social and legal justice for the powerless children affected by abuse and exploitation is what drives me to continue the fight. Our generation must take all the legitimate and possible steps to prevent abuse and exploitation of our younger generation.”

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