84 victims of child sex trafficking, 37 missing children found: FBI

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At the beginning of August, the Federal Bureau of Investigation launched “Operation Cross Country XII,” a nationwide search for perpetrators and victims of sex trafficking.

On Monday, the results of the operation were revealed via news release. According to the FBI, eighty-four minor victims of child sex trafficking and child sexual exploitation offenses were located, along with thirty-seven actively missing children, and 141 adult victims of human trafficking.

According to the FBI, eighty-four minor victims of child sex trafficking and child sexual exploitation offenses were located, along with thirty-seven actively missing children, and 141 adult victims of human trafficking. It was revealed that the youngest victim was only eleven years old.

In addition, eighty-five people suspected of child sexual exploitation and human trafficking offenses were identified or arrested. As the FBI explains, suspects will be subject to additional investigation before charged will be laid against them.

Operation Cross Country XII was conducted by FBI special agents, intelligence analysts, victim specialists, and child adolescent forensic interviewers, all of whom worked with 200 state, local, and federal partners and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.

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