PARENTS: 
You have a roll to play in protecting your child from sex trafficking. Read below for 8 ways you can keep your kids safe.

Keeping our youth safe and free from sex traffickers

The information provided was not only current and relevant, but it captured our students' attention and opened their eyes to a dark and dangerous part of our society. It also showed our students the importance of taking measures to protect themselves and their friends from the dangers of human trafficking.
- Dr. David Christian, High School Counselor

Traps is Traffick911's interactive youth program designed to equip youth and parents to avoid the tricks, traps and lures of traffickers. We bring the program into schools, Boys and Girls Clubs, juvenile detention centers, youth shelters and other venues. The program is geared toward ages 12-18 and is also adapted and presented to PTA's and parent groups. 

Traps in the past 

In 2015, we reached more than 8,800 youth with the program, including the following: 

Dallas County Juvenile Services | Dallas, TX
Guyer High School | Denton, TX
CPS Aging Out Programs | Dallas, Fort Worth, Denton, TX
Temple Juvenile Probation | Temple, TX
Tarrant County Juvenile Services | Fort Worth, TX
Hebron High School | Carrollton, TX
Dallas ESTEEM Court Program | Dallas, TX
Cedar Hill High School | Cedar Hill, TX
Collin County Juvenile Services | McKinney, TX
LakePointe Counseling Center Recovery Groups | Rockwall, TX
Carter Riverside High School | Fort Worth, TX
Central Texas Youth Services | Belton, TX
Bell County Juvenile Services | Belton, TX
Shoreline Rehabilitation Center | Corpus Christi, TX
TWU Foster Care Kids Workshop | Denton, TX
Boys and Girls Club | Killeen, TX
Denton County Juvenile Services | Denton, TX
Fort Bend County Juvenile Services | Richmond, TX
Tom Bean Middle School | Tom Bean, TX
Viveri Youth Services | Dallas, TX
Williamson County Juvenile Services | Georgetown, TX
Fort Bend Juvenile Probation | Richmond, TX
Prosper ISD | Prosper, TX
Child Protective Services | Hurst, TX 

Contact us


To get Traps into your county juvenile detention center, where many victims are sitting unidentified, email juveniledetention@traffick911.com.

 

More resources coming soon... 

Traffick911 is working hard to provide more resources for communities outside our service area (read more about our work and service area). If you are interested in bringing the Traps program into your school, youth group, youth shelter, Juvenile Detention, Boys and Girls Club, etc., and are outside our service area, please fill out the below form and we will notify you as soon as more resources are available. 

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