By Kate Allen and Jodie MottramPublished December 15, 2018 03:45:51For many young people in the United States, exploitation of vulnerable people is a constant.
They are exploited as young as 12 to 19 years old, sometimes at the hands of family members, pimps and others, including at gunpoint.
And they are exploited in ways that are often hidden from the public.
But a new report from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children highlights a number of strategies that can help protect victims.
The findings, which were published in the January issue of the journal Pediatrics, have implications for policy makers and law enforcement as well as child protection workers.
They also may help improve public perception of how vulnerable people are being exploited.
The study, conducted by the National Institute of Justice and the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers, found that people who knew someone who had been exploited in the past were more likely to say that they had spoken out.
They were also more likely than those who didn’t know to be willing to do so in the future.
The researchers found that the most common ways that people were told that someone was being exploited were through social media, email, or a phone call.
They also were more inclined to say the person was being targeted by other people.
The findings are important because they provide an important window into the dynamics that happen in the sex industry, which is one of the most dangerous sectors of the U.S. economy.
According to the NCAJ report, one in 10 American women and one in four American men has experienced some form of sexual exploitation.
In 2016, there were more than 1.1 million reported incidents of sexual violence and abuse.
In the study, researchers looked at what the researchers call “exploitation narratives” that were presented to people who had witnessed someone being exploited or to those who were at risk.
The narratives included information about how someone was exploited, how they were exploited, who exploited them, and what the victims experienced.
The results were striking.
People who knew a victim who was exploited in their own family were more willing to talk about their own experiences.
They reported more of a willingness to say they had shared information about the victim with others.
People who had never seen someone being abused by someone else were also less likely to share this information.
The report also found that a person who knew that a victim was being abused was more likely as a result to be more willing than others to talk to their own children about being abused.
This was true even when the person did not know the victim.
And people who were willing to share information about being exploited, as a matter of course, were more confident about sharing information about themselves.
People were more open to talking to their children about the exploitation, as well.
People were less willing to give away their private information about their abusers, as they believed that doing so would lead to retaliation and hurt them more.
In short, they were more aware of their own exploitation, and they were also willing to speak out.
It’s a very different picture from the one that many people have about the criminal justice system.
The authors of the report found that it took a lot of courage to report an abuse to the police, as the victims often had to make an effort to make the details of their experiences public.
The lack of a system that can identify and protect victims from the exploitation of others is one key reason that sexual abuse is so prevalent in the criminal-justice system.
The study also found significant differences between the criminal and the civil justice systems, with the criminal system generally less likely than the civil system to investigate, prosecute, and incarcerate those who are victims of exploitation.
“There’s a tremendous amount of trauma, and there’s a great deal of shame and embarrassment associated with being a victim of exploitation,” said lead author Stephanie L. Saylor, an associate professor at Georgetown University Law Center.
“It’s very difficult to talk openly about what happened, but it’s much easier to be seen to be doing something,” she added.
The American Civil Liberties Union of Massachusetts, a national legal advocacy group, called the findings “heartbreaking.”
“In the past, victims of sexual abuse and exploitation have not received the justice they deserve,” said ALCU Legislative Counsel Carola Johnson.
“This report shows that this is still the case, and we must work to make sure that survivors are treated with the same dignity and respect as anyone else.”
The report recommends that the Department of Justice implement new policies and practices to increase the likelihood that victims of abuse will be heard and that prosecutors and courts will take seriously the fact that victims and their advocates have a responsibility to report abuse and to make it known to the justice system.
“The findings of this study are based on a survey of 1,500 people from around the country.
The survey was conducted by a panel of researchers from the University of Washington and the University at Buffalo.