➡ From Child Welfare Information Gateway NJ:
NY: Nassau County Puts Spotlight On Human Trafficking
Long Island Weekly – January 13, 2017
One of their main objectives is training stakeholders to be able to better identify signs that a youth in their care has been trafficked. Potential red flags include if a teen has an excess amount of cash, hotel keys, an unexplained cell phone, is a chronic runaway or if they go inexplicably missing and then return with their hair and nails done. For young victims of labor trafficking, they may be excluded from family events, may be physically exhausted or fearful of the family they live with.