Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking – Identifying and Responding to America’s Trafficked Youth is an interactive training tool for agencies and organizations that may come in contact with child sex trafficking victims in the United States. This training tool offers a comprehensive understanding of domestic minor sex trafficking including legislation, victim profiles and vulnerabilities, pimp control and manipulation, and effective responses. The guide utilizes adult learning principles to maximize information retention by providing detailed instruction for group discussions, group exercises, as well as pre and post-training tests. Hear from experts and survivors, watch pimps engage with buyers and discover the reality of child sex trafficking in America through the video training series.
Professionals who may come into contact with trafficking victims including law enforcement, social services, non-governmental organizations, and juvenile justice. Advocates benefit from understanding what trafficking looks like and how to prevent it.
Video Series: Identifying and Responding to America’s Trafficked Youth
- Implications and Overview
- The Role of Vulnerability
- Trafficker and Pimp Control
- Effective Response