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Ways to help stop child sex trafficking in hotels

Ways to help stop child sex trafficking in hotels

  1. Anonymous

    Hi Lucky,

    Since so many readers of your blog frequently stay in hotels please could publicize the TraffickCam cellphone app. Child sex traffickers frequently use pictures taken in hotel rooms and hotel bathrooms when selling children. Thus app allows you to photograph a room and upload it with the hotel name and room number to a database that can be used by law enforcement to match with photos of at risk children.
    This is one small thing we can all do at no cost to ourselves other than 3 minutes with a cellphone to help catch the pervs and rescue these children.
    If anyone else has concrete things we can all do to help I’d be interested.

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