Human trafficking is the fastest growing criminal enterprise, enslaving an estimated 40.3 million people around the world.

As many as 17,500 foreign nationals are estimated to be trafficked into the United States every year. The total number of victims in the United States has proved to be impossible to calculate, but experts believe it could be in the hundreds of thousands.

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Average age of entry into sex trafficking in the US


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