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Police Officer Warns: Sex & Human Trafficking is Not a Game, Not Joke, It’s Real


Woman, children, men and boys of all races are disappearing and many have fallen victim the $32 billion-a-year, human trafficking industry.

It’s happening in all 50 states in the country.   According to U.S. government stats, 4.5 million of trafficked people are sexually exploited and as many as 300,000 youth under the age of  18 are caught up in the sex-for-profit trade every year.

Around the globe as of 2015, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime says trafficking victims were 59% women,  14% men, 17% girls and 10% were boys.

This man wearing police gear warns viewers:  “This sex trafficking, human trafficking thing, it’s not a game, it’s not a joke, it’s real.


Posted by Jaye Harmon on Tuesday, November 19, 2019

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(Cover photo:  Once a child trafficking victim, Cecilia Roberts poses for a photo inside her home in Lithonia, Ga. in 2018. (AP Photo/Danny Karnik)

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