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"It is possible that the (district attorneys) and clerks of court for the respective judicial districts may have that information."Or they may not.
Fulco said the Caddo Parish's District Attorney's office keeps track of prostitution-related counts, but sentencing lengths related to actual convictions were not readily accessible through the system database.
Louisiana had 244 cases of human trafficking in 2015, DCFS data shows.
One hundred and four of those cases involved children.“If you look at the data, there’s more slaves in the world today than at any time in history,” said George Mills, Trafficking Hope in Baton Rouge's executive director.“But we don’t want to call it that.”Over the past four years, Louisiana has received close to million in federal funds to aid efforts to combat human trafficking.
The Louisiana Department of Children & Family Services confirmed at least seven such cases of children sold by their caregivers in 2015.
The Gingerbread House, a child advocacy center serving nine parishes in northwest Louisiana, estimated it sees up to 30 suspected cases of homegrown trafficking each year. The state serves as a hub for sex trafficking mainly because of its interstates — particularly I-20 and I-49, according to FBI Senior Resident Agent Chris Cantrell.
Her trafficker was arrested and sentenced to 14 years and 10 months in prison.
The full names of the victims in this series are withheld to protect their identity.
Full names only appear for those who've publicly identified themselves as a trafficking victim through books or documentaries.
The true numbers of the state's trafficked individuals are most likely kept in shadow, said former New Orleans Chief of Police Ronal Serpas.
In his 34 years as a police officer, Serpas encountered several victims of trafficking during sting operations and while on the beat.“This is a dark underworld business," Serpas said.