Tuesday, December 17, 2013

At human trafficking conference, Rhode Island authorities learn warning signs to help identify victims | The Providence Journal

Source:  The Providence Journal

CRANSTON — What are the signs that children are being sold for sex in Rhode Island?
Doctors, police officers and social workers in Rhode Island say they see the cases. So does the public. Ads for escort services display naked adolescent bodies and bill them as “school girl,” “fresh,” and “new in town.”

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