The vast majority of sex trafficking victims are groomed and coerced over time as human traffickers gain their trust. Learn how social media is used to target victims.
In Florida, defense attorneys can legally depose underage victims of human trafficking. In this episode, learn why this law is devastating to victims and also hinders the state’s ability to prosecute traffickers.
Taking a proactive approach and applying technology to combat cases of human trafficking can increase the identification and protection of victims and result in more prosecution of those responsible for human trafficking.
In rural America, there are some human trafficking vulnerabilities that differ from large cities. Learn about the different risk factors and what services are needed to prevent trafficking.
Medical facilities and their staff are in a unique position to identify and provide help to human trafficking victims.
First responders must know the signs of human trafficking so they can identify a potential victim and quickly get them the resources they need.
Human traffickers are stealthy in how they groom potential victims. Learn the indicators that a child or teenager may be the victim of sex trafficking.
Gangs recognize the profitability of sex trafficking because, unlike drugs or guns that only account for one sale, sex trafficking victims can be sold multiple times. Learn how to identify potential victims.