BOISE: Police Battling Human Trafficking by Changing Perceptions

By Justin Corr on April 4, 2014— “Judges, prosecutors and detectives say there’s a crime in Boise that’s a much bigger problem than people realize, prostitution. But, they’re trying to battle it in a new way, by changing how they view it. More people are aware of the growing problem of prostitution in Boise, with … More BOISE: Police Battling Human Trafficking by Changing Perceptions

HOUSTON: Four Charged with Sex Trafficking of Minors

By YNN on March 12, 2014— “Emanuel Dandre Wade, 24, has been indicted along with Charmaine Henderson, 25, Ashley Shawntal Williams, 21, and Darquesha Perry, 26, for conspiracy to commit sex trafficking of minors, announced United States Attorney Kenneth Magidson. Henderson and Wade are also charged with one and five counts of sex trafficking of … More HOUSTON: Four Charged with Sex Trafficking of Minors

ENGLAND: Ringleader of Human Trafficking Gang that Arranged Sham Marriages Jailed

Published on the Dewsbury Reporter on April 1, 2014— “A Dewsbury man who was the ringleader of a human trafficking gang that arranged sham marriages has been jailed. Sandor Orsos, of Crawshaw Street, and Pakistani Shahbaz Khan, from Bury, headed up a gang that trafficked three women from Hungary into the UK through the Port … More ENGLAND: Ringleader of Human Trafficking Gang that Arranged Sham Marriages Jailed

DETROIT: Sex Trafficking Kingpin Gets 14-40 Years Behind Bars

On March 5, 2014 by CBS Detroit— James Coleman (Police Handout) A 51-year-old Detroit man who was convicted of running a sex trafficking ring in Southfield and surrounding areas could end up spending the next 40 years behind bars. James Coleman was sentenced Monday after an Oakland County Circuit Court jury found him guilty of multiple … More DETROIT: Sex Trafficking Kingpin Gets 14-40 Years Behind Bars

US Army General Reaches Deal on Sex Counts

By Richard A. Oppel Jr. for The New York Times on March 16, 2014— “The senior Army officer prosecuted in the military’s most closely watched sexual assault case, Brig. Gen. Jeffrey A. Sinclair, has agreed to plead guilty to sharply reduced charges, including that he disobeyed a commander’s order, misused his government charge card and … More US Army General Reaches Deal on Sex Counts

ONTARIO: York Region Human Trafficking Investigation Arrests Ten in Sex Trade Case Involving Girls as Young as 14

By Jake Kigar for The National Post on February 19, 2014— “York Regional Police have charged 10 men with more than 95 criminal offences after a two-month sexual exploitation and human trafficking investigation involving girls as young as 14. Det.-Sgt. Peter Casey said investigations identified 31 girls working in the sex trade, with almost 30% … More ONTARIO: York Region Human Trafficking Investigation Arrests Ten in Sex Trade Case Involving Girls as Young as 14

Guatemalan Authorities Rescue 3 Girls from Sex Traffickers

Posted on Latino Daily News on February 28, 2014— “Security forces rescued three Guatemalan girls who were about to be taken into Mexico by sex traffickers, authorities said Thursday. The girls were freed on Wednesday in the southwestern province of San Marcos, which borders on Mexico, police spokesman Pablo Castillo told reporters. The girls, about … More Guatemalan Authorities Rescue 3 Girls from Sex Traffickers