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What to Do if You Think Your Teen Has Been Approached by a Pimp or Trafficker
The idea that someone you know or even your own teen could have been contacted by a pimp or trafficker is terrifying. Chances are, this will never happen to your family, but if it does, you should know exactly what to do. In addition, all teens and parents should be trained, “If you see something or hear something, say something.”

Adults who work with teens are mandatory reporters in instances of child abuse or neglect, including sexual exploitation of any kind, meaning that they are legally required to report when abuse is observed or suspected. If your teen has overheard something upsetting at school, or witnessed something suspicious, they should tell a trusted adult at school. Each teen will have their own level of trust and comfort with some favorite adult in their life. Teachers, counselors, school nurses, coaches, school resource officers, doctors, nurses and even police officers who work on campus are trained to know exactly what to do if they hear of an instance of abuse.

What to Do if You Think Your Teen Has Been Approached by a Pimp or Trafficker
Posted on April 30, 2015 by Angelyn Bayless
The idea that someone you know or even your own teen could have been contacted by a pimp or trafficker is terrifying. Chances are, this will never happen to your family, but if it does, you should know exactly what to do. In addition, all teens and parents should be trained, “If you see something or hear something, say something.”

Adults who work with teens are mandatory reporters in instances of child abuse or neglect, including sexual exploitation of any kind, meaning that they are legally required to report when abuse is observed or suspected. If your teen has overheard something upsetting at school, or witnessed something suspicious, they should tell a trusted adult at school. Each teen will have their own level of trust and comfort with some favorite adult in their life. Teachers, counselors, school nurses, coaches, school resource officers, doctors, nurses and even police officers who work on campus are trained to know exactly what to do if they hear of an instance of abuse.

It is important that teens understand that real friends look out for each other. They should be taught to never try to handle the situation on their own. It’s simply too dangerous.

If someone is in immediate danger, call 911. Pimps and traffickers are often violent criminals, and any suspected contact with a teen or recruiting behavior should be treated as an emergency situation.

To report an incident or ask for help, you can always call the National Human Trafficking Resource Center (NHTRC) 1-888-3737-888 or text the Polaris BeFree Texting Helpline at “BeFree” (233733). This national human trafficking hotline is staffed round the clock and a real person will answer 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year. They can alert authorities in your local area for you, in a non-emergency situation where you do not want to call 911. You can also submit a tip online www.traffickingresourcecenter.org.

All communication with the hotline is strictly confidential to the extent permitted by law, and they will not release any identifying information about a caller, including to law enforcement or service providers, unless the caller provides his/her explicit consent.

If you contact the hotline, you will not need to provide your name or any identifying details about your situation unless you are comfortable doing so The NHTRC will inform the appropriate authorities of situations that reference the suspected abuse of a minor, potential harm to you or others, or situations where the NHTRC is required by law to report.
You should have the phone number available or programmed into your cell phone, so you are always ready in case you actually do see something or hear something that you suspect could be human trafficking. Consider making a report together with your teen to show your support and teach how important it is to say something.

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Angelyn Bayless is the author of multiple training brochures on the topic of sex trafficking, including “How to Talk to Your Kids about Human Trafficking” and “Teen Sex Trafficking: Make a Difference by Understanding the Issue, Recognizing the Warning Signs and Knowing How to Seek Help.” She is Director of Communications for Arizona State University’s Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research and serves as the local coordinator of CEASE Phoenix Metro, one of 11 pioneering cities working to reduce demand for prostitution.

Girls should never be put to be sold, especially when little innocent girl that is a child Ages 3 -29 and woman Educational and Mentoring Services were you can inform if someone has been taken and you think that she has been Human Trafficked and sexual exploited,or sex trafficking. We know that Human Trafficking is has growing for many generation I as a victim at one point suffer from being taken when i was 14th years old to be sold and to be mentally ,physical threaten that if i would live my family would suffer my consequences that they will get kill if i didn’t listen,or try to go away. As my master tell me how i needed to bring money to him and sleep with other man or do whatever he said or i would be dead or my family would suffer. Taken and put with other traffickers in which taken and mistreated as a lesson was not something i choose for my life. for 22th years the nightmare became real as i saw many innocent woman and Children be rape,and taking to what they say a profit that will be for them and for us we would not eat and suffer with mentally and,physical and also torture.all the time . A new life in which confusion and threats were always the way to control us as woman. For the children was worst because they are children that don’t know what is going to happen to them when they are taken being rape by all men and even woman that participated to really make our lives difficult. But there is either death or Freedom in which Freedom became real after 22 years I never toughs, that if will become real know Debra Lopes is know a founder of Angels In The Field in Washington State. Of course for seven years building our foundation to working hard we have been know domestic,international In India Colombia and WA State. Our mission of this Non-profit organization 501c3 is to empower young women,Human Trafficking, who have experienced commercial sexual exploitation, and domestic trafficking to exit the commercial sex industry and develop to their full potential and Loving People.

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Angels In The Field Fighting Slavery In India
Why you should listen
Each year, some two million women and children, many younger than 10 years old, are bought and sold around the globe. Impassioned by the silence surrounding the sex-trafficking epidemic, DJ Angels In The Field, co-founded Andra predesh, and Hubli Karnataka,and all over India or “eternal flame,” a group in Hyderabad, Hubli Karnataka, and all over India, that rescues women from brothels and educates their children to prevent second-generation prostitution. 5,000 children and has rescued more than 2,500 women from prostitution, 1,500 of whom Angels In The Field, personally liberated. At its Freedom center, Lackshmaiah, helps young victims prepare for a self-sufficient future.

Angels In The Field has sparked India’s anti-trafficking movement by coordinating government, corporations and NGOs. She working herself to work with other NGO-corporate partnerships with companies like Group of Hotels, and Heritage Hospitals, to find jobs for rehabilitated women. In collaboration with senators of Washington state,UN agencies,and other NGOs, she established a way to rehabilitated some 300 survivors to freedom and rehabilitation. Angels In The Field works closely with the government to educate, and awareness, to define anti-trafficking policy, and her recommendations for rehabilitating sex victims have been passed into state of Washington State and to bring rehabilitation to victims of slavery.
“The sense that thousands and millions of children and young people are being sexually violated and that there’s this huge silence about it around me angers me. with 3 years of rehabilitation. i have come to realize that this pandemic is not as easy as people think to take victims out of the hands of trafficking,has been difficult . But with help with passing laws that will put this traffickers in prison. Laws has been pass to take control of action to rescue and restore victims of slavery.

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Debra Lopez has dedicated her life since she got out of slavery,to rescuing women and children from sex slavery, a multimillionaire-dollar global market. In this courageous talk, she tells three powerful stories, as well as her own, and calls for a more humane approach to helping these young victims rebuild their lives.
Breaking The Silence Of Slavery. DJ was born in the United States. At a young age, DJ visited her grandmother in India . After not seeing her grandmother for many years.  After arriving in Indonesia.  Emotions started to build in DJ’s heart, expressing to her Grandmother how much she love her, and how she would love to move with Grandmother, because  of my mother not loving me.  While in India, though a successful arriving, and spoken to my Grandmother on how my mother is a business woman, and staying just in her grandmothers home for 2 days, then after 2 days of happiness, and then DJ’s mother, sold her to a human trafficker, as a sex slave. Housed with other children of various ages – all were forced into slave labor and/or sexually exploited-a 32 Billion$ industry. She endured this slavery for 22 years. As is common for victims of human trafficking, they’re often used to recruit or control other victims of human trafficking. After decades of being coerced, forced, and controlling other victims for her slave master, she seized her chance. DJ escaped from her slave master, eventually working her way to Washington State. Years were spent healing, recovering, and regaining her identity. She is committed to helping others through rescue, awareness, education and outreach.
Using DJ’s U.S. citizenship, her master saw one more opportunity to exploit and degrade–using her and another girl to smuggle drugs into the U.S. via a common smuggling method – forcing the victims to swallow balloons filled with drugs. While in flight to the U.S,  DJ’s companion drug smuggler became ill and collapsed. The balloon filled with drugs had burst in her stomach. After the plane landed in Texas, DJ used the distraction to flee her captor. Freedom meant homelessness tor 6 years, but in 2007, We The People Are Not For Sale Angels In The Field Rescue Me For Freedom And Justice was born. DJ has testified about the extent of this modern vicious criminal empire in Washington, D.C. With Senators, Of WA, State And other Senators from the U.S, to fight about the pandemic of human trafficking, and missing exploited people That has been victimize.
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