Local Teens Work to Fight Sex Trafficking in San Diego County

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Local Teens Work to Fight Sex Trafficking in San Diego County

Local Teens Work to Fight Sex Trafficking in San Diego County

A few local teens are dedicating the entire year to educating their communities about San Diego’s underground sex industry.

Source: www.nbcsandiego.com/news/local/San-Diego-Charity-Fight-Sex-Trafficking–473009363.html

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‘Wakeup Call for Men Who Buy Sex’: 29 Johns Arrested in San Diego Sting – Times of San Diego

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‘Wakeup Call for Men Who Buy Sex’: 29 Johns Arrested in San Diego Sting – Times of San Diego

‘Wakeup Call for Men Who Buy Sex’: 29 Johns Arrested in San Diego Sting – Times of San Diego

Twenty-nine would-be prostitution customers were arrested in the San Diego area last week as part of a statewide crackdown on sexual exploitation.

Source: timesofsandiego.com/crime/2018/01/30/wakeup-call-for-men-who-buy-sex-29-johns-arrested-in-san-diego-sting/

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Technology complicates FBI efforts to stop human trafficking

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Technology complicates FBI efforts to stop human trafficking

Technology complicates FBI efforts to stop human trafficking

While social media and technology has upsides, it also has a seedy, dark side that is complicating efforts to fight human trafficking, according to the FBI.

Source: wtop.com/j-j-green-national/2018/01/technology-complicates-fbi-efforts-stop-human-trafficking/

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FedEx joins battle against human trafficking

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FedEx joins battle against human trafficking

FedEx joins battle against human trafficking

FedEx is joining the movement to end human trafficking, by training its drivers to spot victims in need of help, according to a company spokesperson.

Source: www.fox13memphis.com/top-stories/fedex-joins-battle-against-human-trafficking/691408810

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Activists, leaders call for continued fight against human trafficking

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Activists, leaders call for continued fight against human trafficking

Activists, leaders call for continued fight against human trafficking

Dozens of marchers strode through Balboa Park Saturday afternoon to draw attention to human trafficking, a crime that claims an estimated average of 5,400 victims annually in San Diego County.

Source: www.sandiegouniontribune.com/news/public-safety/sd-me-trafficking-rally-20180113-story.html

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