Fits and Starts: Two School-based Approaches to Prevent Sex Trafficking
Contributing writer, Brittany Patterson, for the Chronicle of Social Change finalizes the last article in a series of reporting that focuses on the issue of commercially sexually exploited children in California. In this last story Patterson highlights education and prevention efforts happening statewide. These partnerships include community groups working alongside school districts in order to assist with prevention efforts that are customized to school aged youth enrolled in California public schools. Crittenton is highlighted for the collaboration effort alongside the Long Beach Trafficking Task Force and Long Beach Unified School District on the Youth Exploitation and Safety Symposium 2015 initiative.