Gang Trap is a four-part awareness and training series presented by Shared Hope International (DVD, 60 minutes).
As traffickers target younger and younger victims, American youth are engaged in a battle they never prepared for. Be equipped with Shared Hope International’s best-selling youth sex trafficking prevention film and resource pack!
Each package includes the true story of teens who faced real-life encounters with trafficking and practical resources to spread awareness and take action.
Inside the World of Teen Sex Trafficking presented by Fairfax County Public Schools (DVD, 9 Segments from 4 to 13minutes).
Nefarious: Merchant of Souls
A hard-hitting documentary that exposes the disturbing trends of modern day sex slavery (Film 1h, 36 m).
Award winning movie, “None of us are free if one of us is enslaved,” (Film 1h, 43 m).
A Story of America’s Prostituted Children by Linda Smith, Founder and President, Shared Hope International (book).
Very Young Girls
Documentary depicting human trafficking in an urban setting. Produced by Rachel Lloyd of GEMS in New York City.
Shared Hope’s Internet Safety Toolkit
Human Trafficking Units by Agency
- Anne Arundel: 410-222-6006 or 0327—Tim Phelan; Bernie Adkins: 443-891-3471; DanDickey
- Baltimore City: Sergeant Alan Woods: 443-858-6169
- Frederick County; Detective Greg Loftis, Frederick PD: 240-674-8941
- Allegany County: Detective Matt Shimer: 301-759-6481 Cumberland PD
- Howard County: Sergeant Jim Daly; Detective Kalle James-Wintjen: 443-917-2453
- Montgomery County: Sergeant Dave Papalia: 240-773-5823
- Prince George’s County: Sergeant Adam Doyle: 240-464-1257
- Worcester County: Jessica Collins,Bureau of Investigations [email protected]
- Maryland State Police: 410-953-8260
Harriett's House - Cambridge, MD
National Center for Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE)
NCOSE embraces a mission to defend human dignity and to oppose sexual exploitation.” (from the Web site)
This site has a lot of information, also downloadable resources.Visit the Web Site
TYLA Prostitution Diversion Program - a Report
Turn Your Life Around
By: Sgt. Demetri Konstantopoulos, Sarasota Police Department, and Kindsey Pentecost, Selah Freedom
TYLA exists to identify individuals/victims who are being sexually trafficked and provide them with resources and strategies to help them escape the sex trade industry. TYLA provides an alternative to anyone being arrested for the act of prostitution.
Scope Of The Problem
As society evolves, perspectives on old problems change. When we talk about old problems, there are none older than sex trafficking, human trafficking, and the act of prostitution. When society’s perspectives change, the criminal justice system is
compelled to change. In today’s climate, society is calling for more innovative, compassionate, and rightful ways of addressing social problems, especially when methods of the past have proven to be unsuccessful. Much of law enforcement’s
efforts in the United States are driven by calls for service and complaints; especially when open air prostitution is the topic.
Read the entire report here.
The Intersection of Sex Trafficking and Transportation in Maryland - a Report
The Intersection of Sex Trafficking and Transportation in Maryland – a Report
An Examination Of The Resources, Programs, Initiatives, And Recommendations For Practitioners And Policymakers.
For a pdf file of the entire report click here.
Info about Project Purple
Info about Project Purple …..
Talbot County’s Project Purple, an initiative from Talbot County Sheriff’s Office and Tidewater Rotary, in partnership with Talbot County Schools and Mid-Shore Community Foundation.
Talbot Goes Purple is a substance abuse awareness program that will engage our community and youth to stand against substance abuse. The project is based upon THP Project Purple, an initiative of The Herren Project, a 501(c)3 non-profit foundation established by former NBA basketball player, Chris Herren, that assists individuals and families struggling with addiction.
Chris Herren is coming to Talbot County for two in-school assemblies on Sept. 19 and 20, and for a community event at 7 p.m. Sept. 19. Leading up to his visit, and throughout the month of September, Talbot businesses and communities will ‘Go Purple’ as a show of community support and solidarity in addressing our substance abuse problem. Talbot Goes Purple also includes implementing in-school Purple Clubs and prevention programs.Visit the Web Site
More information on THP Project Purple is available atThe THP Project Purple Initiative
Maryland Human Trafficking Task Force (MHTTF)
The Maryland Human Trafficking Task Force (MHTTF) is the state’s primary organization that works to prevent trafficking, protect victims by providing them with the services they need, prosecute traffickers, and partner with a variety of organizations to eradicate the scourge of human trafficking from our communities.
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