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CSEC 101 2 hr
Transcript of CSEC 101 2 hr
Where is this happening?
Why does this matter?
Can be of any race, ethnicity, demographic, gender/gender identity, socio-economic status.
If you were going to brainwash someone, make a person compliant, loyal, and too afraid to run away, what would you do?
The Life - The Game
Why doesn't she leave?
Trafficker 'power and control'
Loss of control
Filling the need (family, attention, material possessions)
Junior high and high schools
Hallways of court buildings
Bus stations, MAX
Food/basic need deprivation
Pathways to Entry:
Parents selling children
Violence and force
Seduction and coercion
False advertising for "modeling" "acting" or "dancing" opportunities
Internet enticement through chat rooms or profile-sharing sites
Child Sexual Abuse
Sexual Exploitation of Children
Commercial Exploitation of Children
Sexual activity involving a child in
exchange for something of value
to the child or another person or persons.
Child is treated as a commercial and sexual object.
Taking unfair advantage of the
imbalance of power
between an adult and a youth or child under the age of 18 for the purpose of sexual pleasure.
Can also involve renumeration in money, goods, or services, or the promise of money, goods, or services to the child.
Any sexual activity with a child where consent is not or cannot be given [under 18 in OR]. The sexually abusive acts may include penetration, creation of pornographic images, sexual touching, or non-contact acts such as exposure or voyeurism.
-Based on Berliner & Elliott, 2002
Watch for abuse tactics and grooming techniques.
Domestic Violence Program Specialist
Accessible by I-5 and I-84
Large population of youth experiencing homelessness, with youth traveling from other areas (mild climate)
Proximity to WA state line
Legal Sex industry available
Sex positive city identity
1 out of 3 teens on the street
will be approached by a pimp
within 48 hours
of leaving home.
The average age of entry into commercial sex industry is 12-14 yrs of age.
'Crossed the line'
New self (loss of self)
Domestic Violence dynamics
Network of people - gang affiliations
For this training...
Victim/Girls - All exploited children
Pimp - Exploiter - Trafficker
CSEC - Human/Child Trafficking, Child Prostitution
+ Absent parent(s)
Tracks: 82nd Ave, NE Sandy, HWY 99 McLoughlin Blvd.
How Does Recruitment Occur?
Places kids spend time!
"It is estimated that 70-90% of [CSEC
victims] have a history of child sexual abuse."
Challenge the sex industry in our everyday lives
Talk to those you know about this issue (personally AND professionally)
Post links on social media
Like us on FaceBook @ ClackamasCSEC and SARC Oregon
Join a Clackamas CSEC MDT Sub-Committee
Be part of the SOLUTION!
If you think it's exploitation...
1. Don't approach or engage
2. Follow child abuse protocol (mandatory report)
3. Call SARC Hotline (800) 640-5311
Remember they are
4. Understand the risks
Average Age Identified
Affiliated with Gang
Children who have
Side Effects of the Life
Emotional Side Effects
Anger & Rage
Deep emotional pain
Feelings of humiliation and shame
Stigma of exploitation
Psychological Side Effects
PTSD ~ Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
Can cause intrusive emotions and memories, flashbacks, hyperarousal & panic symptoms
Self Harm & Suicidal behaviors
Bond with perpetrator/trauma
STDs & STIs
HIV & AIDS
Loss of bowel control
Pregnancy / Sterility
Facial & Dental reconstruction
Tattoos & Branding
Substance Abuse & Addiction
Physical Side Effects
Social Side Effects
Disconnection from community
Criminal Record / Incarceration
Lack of life skills
Trust Issues / Difficulty maintaining relationships
Obstacles to vocations ~ lack of job skills
Education deprivation ~ missed school, dropped out
Relationship with money
Not being able to have eye contact
Isolation from peer groups & mainstream society
Who is involved?
"Unknowing" Facilitators (maybe)
"Unknowing" Facilitators (maybe)
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