➡ From Child Welfare Information Gateway NJ:
CT: Human trafficking and child prostitution on DCF radar; Law enforcement taking note, too
Journal Inquirer – November 18, 2016
“In schools we have seen kids recruiting other kids,” particularly where sexual activity among 13- to 17-year-olds is “normalized,” and encouraged at parties, Tammy M. Sneed, state Department of Children and Families’ director of gender responsive adolescent services, said this week in an interview with the Journal Inquirer. That’s a more prevalent route than the stereotypical situation of an older man snatching a youngster off the street and forcing the child into prostitution, Sneed said.