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Slide 24

Champ logo   Identification
Potential Indicators of Sex Trafficking


Historical Factors

  • Multiple sexually transmitted infections (STIs)

  • Previous pregnancy/abortion

  • Frequent visits for emergency contraception

  • Chronic runaway behavior, truancy or problems in school

  • History of sexual abuse/physical abuse/neglect

  • Involvement of child protective services, especially foster care/group home, or department of juvenile justice

  • Significantly older boyfriend

  • Frequent substance use/misuse

  • Lack of medical home and or frequent emergency department visits



Greenbaum, 2015


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