ASU Police Warn Of Sex Traffickers Targeting Parties
The Arizona State University Police Department is warning of sex traffickers targeting parties.
Although no reports of sex trafficking have been made at the school, ASU police posted a safety bulletin informing of a “disturbing trend that could affect ASU students.”
Dominique Roe-Sepowitz is the director of the ASU Office of Sex Trafficking Intervention Research (STIR).
"The things are: See something say something, have a buddy system with your friends, be aware that sex trafficking can happen to anyone, that sex traffickers are looking for vulnerable people to exploit,” she said.
Roe-Sepowitz said STIR has found that there are many victims of sex crimes at colleges, including ASU.