Survivor thoughts from Survivor Advocate Harold D’Souza US Advisory Council Member on Human Trafficking“Writing the story out and making police complaints help change laws. Most important you can get your perpetrator prosecuted with writing out the episodes of fraud, force and coercion. All this goes to show the pen is mightier than the sword.”

LINCOLN, Neb. —Adult sex trafficking victims who work as prostitutes could get immunity from prosecution under a bill advanced by Nebraska lawmakers. Senators gave first-round approval to the measure on Wednesday with a 32-0 vote. Nebraska already provides legal immunity to juvenile sex trafficking victims, and the proposal by Sen. Patty Pansing Brooks of Lincoln would extend the protection to adults. Advocates say current law punishes sex trafficking victims who

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TAT’s mission is simple: If you suspect human trafficking, call it in immediately. Please don’t wait. Trust your gut.If you see anyone underage being prostituted, nothing else matters. They are a victim of sex trafficking and need help NOW.If you see evidence of pimp control no matter what the age of the prostituted person, they are a victim of sex trafficking and need help NOW. Make the call, save lives!1-888-3737-888

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