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SAN FRANCISCO, June 9th – The FBI has identified the San Francisco Bay Area as one of 13 ‘hotspots’ across the country for sex trafficking, especially for girls under 18. In 2012, in response to this growing problem, over 80% of California voters supported Prop 35, the CASE Act (Californians Against Sexual Exploitation), which strengthened prosecution for sex trafficking and mandates training about commercial sexual exploitation of children or CSEC for all California law enforcement officers.

Tonight on City Visions we will explore juvenile sex trafficking in the Bay Area. Why are so many girls caught in what is sometimes called “the life”? What is the impact of Prop 35 on juvenile sex trafficking in California? And what are local prosecutors, agencies and police departments doing to help end juvenile sex trafficking in the Bay Area?

City Visions guests for this conversation will include:
Alameda County DA Nancy O’Malley, a nationally recognized leader in the fight against sex trafficking
Nola Brantley, a co-founder of MISSSEY (Motivating, Inspiring, and Supporting Sexually Exploited Youth)
Chris Kelly, former Chief Privacy Officer for Facebook and one of leaders of the effort to pass Prop 35, the CASE Act.

Call or email to share your questions, comments and thoughts!
When: Monday, June 9, 7:00PM–8:00PM
Where: City Visions Radio, 91.7 FM, KALW.org
Call-in Line: (415) 841-4134
Email Comments: cityvisions@kalw.org

Posted on Jun 9, 2014