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Champ logo   Which Cases are Considered
Suspected Cases?

Sex Trafficking
  • Disclosure of solicitation, denies involvement

  • Disclosure of a friend who was solicited and/or involved

  • Denies solicitation and/or involvement. However, there are concerning features from the medical evaluation.

Labor Trafficking
  • Disclosure of having a job. There are concerning features but denial of force, fraud or coercion.

  • Disclosure of having a job, denies concerning features, and denies force, fraud or coercion. However, there are concerning features from medical evaluation. (PDF ↗)
Goldberg, 2016

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