What Happens After A Trafficking Victim is Rescued?

According to this article rescued victims are at risk for re-exploitation.

The article says “a recent in-depth academic study by researchers at the University of Texas, Austin and North Carolina A & T State University, looked at women in Texas who had been trafficked from other countries. It showed that victims need targeted, long-lasting and culturally sensitive services to help them rebuild their lives.

So as we make progress fighting traffickers are we making the same progress to give long term help to rescued victims?

I think Seattle is doing pretty well in this area, what are your thoughts?

By Jared Stewart

Press Release from Seattle City Attorney on Aurora Buyer Arrests

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 5, 2017 FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Kimberly Mills, Communications Director Seattle City Attorney’s Office (206) 684-8602 Sex buyers facing criminal charges from SPD operation on Aurora Avenue The City Attorney’s Office will soon review cases for charges of Sexual Exploitation arising from an operation by the Seattle Police Department’s Vice and High-Risk […]

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