Child Abuse Sexual Assault

Missing & Exploited: Child Sex Trafficking Reporting and Recovery Planning

NCMEC has a free webinar coming up, Missing and Exploited: Child Sex Trafficking Reporting and Recovery Planning (PDF). The session will be held August 19th from 2-3:30pm ET. Click through for details:

From the announcement (via NCDSV):

This webinar is hosted in conjunction with the the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, which operates as the national clearing house for missing children in the United States. Child sex trafficking victims are currently missing and actively being exploited.

The first step toward victim recovery is establishing a coordinated reporting system that increases the visibility of child sex trafficking victims and the possibility of identification. Additionally, successful response systems require collaborative, multi-disciplinary coordination that includes child welfare, law enforcement, children’s advocacy centers and specialized services and shelter placements.

This presentation will provide the audience with the following:

  1. Child sex trafficking risk factors and exploitation dynamics
  1. Overview of NCMEC resources available to missing kids identified as victims of child sex trafficking
  1. Importance and guidance on reporting children missing from child welfare to NCMEC
  1. Guidance on establishing a successful recovery plan including trauma-informed approaches
  1. Support available through NCMEC on proactive and reactive victim advocacy and services