Bonus: Keeping Someone Else Safe

Hey, friend! I’m so happy to see you here. Thank you for confirming your subscription!

I applaud you for being willing to jump in and learn more about what sex trafficking is and how to prevent and stop it. I hope begin having these vital conversations with your teen and take the steps listed to keep everyone safe in your family, including you!

Let me know what you think, what was scary, and what was the best moment in this conversation with your kid. I would love to hear, just click here to comment on my blog post. I promise I read all your comments and I reply to as many of them as I can. I appreciate it when you take the time to communicate with me! 

More than anything in the world, I want you to have the knowledge to keep your child and family safe from the horrors of sex trafficking. But I also feel strongly that there is more we can do help. Because when all of our kids become all of our kids the world can begin to change.

So as an extra thank you for signing up, I created a printable with possible signs to look for when you suspect someone you know, or someone you see out and about in the world is being sex trafficked. As always, remember to stay safe, do not engage a trafficker. They are extremely dangerous, just gain whatever information you can without alerting the perpetrator and contact law enforcement.

Just click below to download, the printout comes with two copies. One for you and one to share.

Possible Indicators of Human Trafficking

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