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Some are kidnapped, while others are tricked by someone they trust, such as a boyfriend or an older adult friend.
In recent years, the state strengthened its anti-trafficking laws to impose harsher punishment for traffickers.
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They got her into a shelter.” Mathess said the second case involved a victim from Cuyahoga County who had a mental illness.
“I took her to the Crisis Center.” Mathess recalled that the victim also had fastenings on her wrists and waist. “We called the trafficking hotline and got her a case number through there.“Every government has a responsibility to fight it, both directly—through investigations and prosecutions—and in the deeper sense of serious and sustained efforts at prevention,” he said.In 2015, the Ohio Attorney General’s Human Trafficking Commission identified 203 trafficking victims, including 60 minors. Law-enforcement officials throughout the state conducted 102 criminal investigations last year, resulting in more than 100 arrests and 33 convictions.Many of the victims often are underage runaways or immigrants who are lured by false promises of work.Worldwide, an estimated 21 million men, women and children become victims of human trafficking, netting 0 billion a year for the criminals who perpetrate it.