added to ASE 12/22/2021

Sex Trafficking – Definitions

Definitions The State of Oregon defines sex trafficking as: “Commercial sex act” means any sex act on account of which anything of value is given to or received by any individual. “Sex trafficking” means the recruitment, harboring, transportation, provision, or obtaining of a person for the purpose of a commercial sex act. Sex traffickers frequently

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Reporting Sex Trafficking

Recognizing & Reporting Sex Trafficking   What to do? make a report! Click here to report suspected trafficking   If the situation is an emergency or you believe someone is in immediate danger, you should first call 911 to alert law enforcement that you’ve observed potential sex trafficking. You can also report the alleged sex

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Stopping Sex Trafficking

What’s going on? Alcohol service permittees are required to report suspected sex trafficking to law enforcement and to OLCC starting January 1, 2022. This requirement applies to bars or restaurants that hold either a full-on premises sales license or a limited on-premises sales license. Download the OLCC’s informational flyer to share in your business.

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