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“There has to be signs that teachers missed or didn’t respond to.
“We felt it was important to do this because there really is not a comparable book out there that’s readily available to school personnel and administrators and teachers.”The initiative highlights the challenges facing educators in talking about such a sensitive topic with young people and of getting this information to the children who are most at risk of being trafficked.“Some are fearful.
But we tell them, ‘This is how you keep yourself safe,’” said Jocelyn Hennon, a physical education and health teacher at Lima Senior High School. Human trafficking “is a form of modern-day slavery where people profit from the control and exploitation of others,” according to Ohio’s Human Trafficking Task Force.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING BY THE NUMBERS• By some estimates, human trafficking is a billion a year international enterprise• Over 100,000 children in the United States alone are thought to be involved in the sex trade• A recent Ohio study suggests that nearly half of confirmed human trafficking cases involve victims under 18 years old• More than 1,000 American-born children between ages 12-17 are trafficked into prostitution in Ohio every year Source: Ohio Attorney General’s Office RED FLAGS FOR TRAFFICKING• Not attending school or numerous unexplained absences• Chronic runaway/homeless youth• Sudden change in attire, possessions and behavior• Dating much older, abusive or controlling partner• Untreated injuries, signs of physical/sexual abuse, confinement• Unusually fearful, anxious, withdrawn, submissive, nervous, paranoid, depressed• Drug/alcohol abuse• Has been “branded” (tattoo of trafficker’s name, street or sign/likeness)• Signs of sexual knowledge/behavior beyond age-appropriate levels• Trust your instincts; if something feels wrong, it often is TRAFFICKING RESOURCESCrime Victim Services, 330 N.
Elizabeth St., Lima; (419) 222-8666Northwest Ohio Rescue and Restore Coalition, serving 15 counties including Allen, Auglaize, Hancock, Hardin, Mercer, Putnam and Van Wert counties: https:// Ohio Rescue Restore Coalition Abolition Ohio, anti-human traffickingin the Miami Valley: (937) 545-9623, online at https:// Human Trafficking Commission: Trafficking Ohio Human Trafficking Task Force: Polaris: Free the Slaves: Human Trafficking Hotline: 1-888-3737-888 LIMA — Concerns about human trafficking are driving a new effort by the Ohio Attorney General to get more schools to incorporate anti-human trafficking instruction in middle and high school classrooms.