Sex trafficking is modern day slavery and it's happening nearby.

Washington County is asking you for help. If you suspect you’ve seen signs of sex trafficking, please, Speak Up and call 911.

know the signs of a trafficked victim.

Below are the most common signifiers.

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Drug Use
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Minor With an Older Man
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No I.D.
Warning Signs - Physical Abuse | The Fight Against Sex Trafficking
Physical Abuse
Warning Signs - Victim Isolation | The Fight Against Sex Trafficking
Victim Isolation
Warning Signs - Withheld Money | The Fight Against Sex Trafficking
Withheld Money
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Tattoo Branding
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Language Barrier

victims are sexually exploited all around the country, in every state.

Below is a map of instance density.

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Trust Your Instincts and

In the event of a suspected sex trafficking emergency, call 911 immediately.

In the event of a non-emergency, please contact our tip line. Calls can remain anonymous.

Your calls, always kept anonymous, are a tremendous help to us in effectively identifying victims which then allow us to help get them out of trafficked situations. Your call could save a life.

(651) 430-7825

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