Minneapolis Police to Combat Sex Trafficking during Superbowl

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MINNEAPOLIS, MN- City leaders are looking to combat sex trafficking before super bowl season starts.

Plans on how to crack down sex trafficking are being presented Wednesday morning at the City council by Minneapolis police, city and county official groups, and non profit groups.

Authorities said the online sex trafficking market is a problem in Minnesota and many victims are transported across state lines. Agents will be going undercover to pose as potential victims on various sites online in order to catch potential customers and recover victims who need help. Drop-in centers will be opened by non-profit organizations and law enforcements in order to aid victims emotionally and physically.

 

 

 

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