Right now in Ohio, more than 2,000 school-age children are potentially at risk of being forced into human trafficking through exploited labor, domestic servitude or prostitution. Children, especially those not living with their parents, are especially vulnerable. The average entry age into the commercial sex market is 12-14, although it is not unusual for the age to be younger.
Human Trafficking Prevention for School Personnel
Human Trafficking Prevention for Parents and Community Organizations
Human Trafficking Prevention for Students
Ohio's Safety and Violence Prevention Training for school personnel has been updated to include human trafficking. Click Here.