“It is hard to know what you should do in a situation where you suspect someone is being trafficked. You may fear that attempting to intervene will put them in an even more dangerous situation, or that law enforcement officials will not necessarily believe your word on it. There are some things you can do to reinforce your suspicions, such as asking certain questions. It is important to be sure that the trafficker is not present when you ask them. Ask them specific and direct questions.” Click here for the rest of this guide from The Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention. This guide is a great tool for anyone raising and working with our youth.