Human traffickers are using online tools to make a connection with potential victims


Traffickers may build an intimate relationship with a victim through social media. — Relationship photo created by freepik - www.freepik.com

Human trafficking is fast becoming one of the growing crimes in the United States and in the world. It is driven by the ability to make a large amount of money with little risk. Traffickers often have practiced their craft numerous times and know which victim to choose with the least amount of risk of getting caught.

Sheriff Kevin Mitchell was interviewed and presented information that he had from the OBN, Human Trafficking Hotline and National Child Safety Council.

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