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What is Human Trafficking?

Sex trafficking is defined as a commercial sex act induced by force, fraud or coercion or in which the person induced to perform such act is under 18 years of age. Commercial sex acts include, but are not limited to, prostitution and/or pornography as a means for the perpetrator to make money. The mere fact that the victim is a child and the act meets the definition of a commercial sex act, makes the child a victim.

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Warning Signs

It’s Not Knowing the Signs –
It’s Knowing the Story

Recognizing Human Trafficking