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Address: 3270 E. 17th Street #261  Ammon, Idaho 83406

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The Problem

  • Idaho children and young adults are being trafficked in our community

  • It is estimated that more than 500 children and young adults are forced                                                     into commercial sex trafficking in Idaho each year.

  • Between 250,000 and 300,000 children in the United States are being                                          sex trafficked or are at high risk of child sexual exploitation

  • More than 50% of the girls living on the streets in the United

      States are victims of sex trafficking

  • 76% of transactions for sex with underage girls are conducted

       via the internet

  • At any given time there are 2 million children being trafficked in                                                                 the global sex trade (UNICEF)

  • Commercial sex trafficking is a 32 billion dollar a year business that is fueled by sexual deviants who pay traffickers to supply children to meet their sexual demands. Children are in high demand because they are easy to control, and the pedophiles will pay more for children.

Who is being victimized? 

  • Girls and boys

  • The average age is 12 to 14 years of age

  • The life expectance of a victim of commercial sex trafficking

       is only 7 years

What happens to victims?

  • They are raped and forced to conduct sex acts on people

        who buy them 

  • They are beat and threatened by their traffickers

  • They are psychologically and physically controlled by their traffickers

Why is this happening?

The business of commercial sex trafficking is built on the same economic principles of supply and demand that any other business is built on. Sexual deviants who are willing to pay big money for sex acts make the market profitable. Traffickers capitalize on this market by manipulating and luring victims to meet the demand of buyers. As sexual deviants demand younger and younger children, the traffickers work to meet the demand.