Crime Stoppers, Aylo, ECP Enter Working Relationship

MONTREALCrime Stoppers International (CSI), a global non-profit organization supporting law enforcement efforts to prevent and solve crime by mobilizing citizens to anonymously share information about crime and suspected illegal activity, has announced that it has entered a working relationship with Aylo, owner of a large portfolio of adult entertainment properties, and Ethical Capital Partners (ECP), the private equity firm that acquired Aylo last year. 
This effort unites the three organizations in a shared goal to enhance cooperation and collaboration between the online adult industry, civil society and law enforcement in combatting online harms and exploitation. 
The details of the working relationship will be announced as the projects are introduced. Projects will be guided by shared values, resources, and a commitment to collaborating with law enforcement, non-profits and other organizations who share the goals of reducing harm and exploitation on the internet as a whole.
"On behalf of Crime Stoppers International, it is my pleasure to announce our working relationship with Aylo and Ethical Capital Partners. Today marks a milestone as Crime Stoppers International, Aylo and Ethical Capital Partners join efforts to combat ever-evolving online threats worldwide and work together to make the internet safer for all,” said Shane Britten, CEO or Crime Stoppers International.
“As part of the Aylo family, the Pornhub team is excited to be a part of this vital effort. This is not just about shared goals, but also about shared values, sharing resources and working together to combat ever-evolving online threats and make the internet safer for all, including minors, consenting adults and content creators,”
stated Alex Kekesi, VP of brand and community for Pornhub.
“Over the past few months, we’ve been meeting with stakeholders. We heard that Aylo’s team members are leading in collaboration with law enforcement and sharing of resources and that we must do more. Entering into an agreement with Crime Stoppers International is just the first step. Crime Stoppers International's esteemed reputation in collaboration with law enforcement aligns seamlessly with our mission, reinforcing our shared commitment to reducing harm and exploitation online,” said Derek Ogden, VP of law enforcement relations for Ethical Capital Partners.
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