Vallejo Child Sex Trafficker Jeremy Ray Warren Receives 17-Year Prison SentenceVallejo resident Jeremy Ray Warren, convicted of child sex trafficking, was sentenced to 17 years in prison Monday.
Child Sex Trafficking: How To Fight It, How To Stop ItMore than 100,000 children nationwide are victims of sex trafficking. In 2014, close to 1,000 cases of human trafficking were reported in California alone.
San Leandro Mom Asks For Help Locating Missing DaughterA 12-year-old Bay Area girl went missing a week ago while in the care of Alameda County social services. No one told her mother – for days.
Public Art Installation Denouncing Sex Trafficking, Forced Labor Set To Debut In San JoseA new art display being unveiled Monday in San Jose is meant to draw awareness regarding human trafficking and forced labor.
Alameda County DA Unveils Billboard Campaign Against Child Sex TraffickingAlameda County District Attorney Nancy O'Malley launched a public awareness campaign that's aimed at confronting what she described as an epidemic of human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of children.
Three Charged In Brutal Contra Costa County Sex Trafficking RingThree Northern California men are facing charges in what prosecutors say was a brutal sex trafficking ring in which women were raped and beaten and one was branded with a clothes iron.
Child Sex Trafficking Targeted In New Campaign On Oakland BillboardsBillboards and posters bearing the faces of former child sex trafficking victims and the stories of how they escaped a life of sexual exploitation will be popping up around Oakland as part of an extensive public awareness campaign.
Prosecutors Gather In Oakland To Combat Child Sex TraffickingHundreds of west coast law enforcement prosecutors and service providers are gathering in Oakland this week to compare notes on how to best combat human trafficking.
East Bay Lawmaker Seeks To Change Child Sex Trafficking LawsA bill before the California legislature would change how sex traffickers could be prosecuted for crimes involving children.