Human Trafficking Increase Expected During Super Bowl

To combat an expected rise in sex trafficking during the Super Bowl, law enforcement officials said that they need hotel workers, ride-hailing service drivers and security personnel to be especially alert.

  • Published 9 January 2020

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MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — To combat an expected rise in sex trafficking during the Super Bowl, law enforcement officials said that they need hotel workers, ride-hailing service drivers and security personnel to be especially alert. These are the people most likely to encounter the victims and perpetrators of trafficking — and would be able to provide authorities with tips and evidence of the crime taking place, Florida Attorney General Ashley Moody said at the… Read at AP News