Police in New Jersey & Hudson Valley crack down on sex trafficking ahead of Super Bowl

Social workers say they're raising awareness so people

Social workers say they're raising awareness so people know how to identify and report sex trafficking. (January 28, 2014 7:55 PM)

The Super Bowl is bringing thousands of people to the region this week ahead of Sunday's game and police say they will be out in force to crack down on sex trafficking.

Police say the demand for prostitution always rises whenever a large amount of people will be in town for a big event. They say many sex workers brought into the area are treated as sex slaves. Even though the game is in New...

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