LA Unified joins forces to stop commercial child sex crimes
LA School Report
By Mike Szymanski
November 18, 2015
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… FBI Special Agent Ronald Schloegel, who is part of the task force and the Saving Innocence Project, said, “Sexual servitude is an international problem, but this is alive and well, in the United States and LA. It is the largest growing enterprise in the world.”
He said that one-in-three youths that run away from home can get recruited by a hustler within 48 hours. And, he said the average age is 12. He said the commercial sex industry gets recruits from high schools and middle schools, where youths congregate, and over the Internet.
He cited a girl who was kidnapped outside a high school in Woodland Hills who wasn’t paying attention and had earphones on when she was abducted. “We recovered her within 48 hours, and she was otherwise unharmed,” Schloegel said. …