Safe & Accepting Schools

Anti-Sex Trafficking Protocol 
Awareness, Prevention, and Intervention

Developed in consultation with students, parents/caregivers, and community partners, the DSBN Anti-Sex Trafficking Protocol supports coordinated action in preventing and identifying sex trafficking, and supporting those students who may be at risk of being involved, or actively involved in sex trafficking.

Resources for parents/families.

Please see responses below to questions that parents/families/guardians may have about sex trafficking.

What is sex trafficking?

How are children lured into sex trafficking?

Who is at risk of Sex Trafficking?

What are the signs of sex trafficking?

What can I do if I or someone I know needs help?

How does the DSBN support students who have been involved in sex trafficking?