FBI, John Mcdevitt, Taylor Dervish discussed on KYW 24 Hour News
If I act out they will put my hands behind my big info Miana floor identified as Lilly. The teen talked about abuse. She suffered in Philadelphia detention facility, sometimes stay play favorites and other you will get multiple snacks or meals while I went hungry. The food was also unsafe found worms in my food. A couple of times UDA's of several policies in place to try to get the child offender the help he or she needs and say in their own home. If possible rather than jail or detention Marshall Levick is the co founder of the juvenile Law Center in Philadelphia the thing that's most important about the policies is that they are effective and rational, they are researched tested. They are financially sound they respect and reflect the dignity and humanity of our children. She says the policies also respect victims, and they will promote public safety. John mcdevitt, KYW NewsRadio FBI says it made dozens of human trafficking arrests in metro Atlanta over several days leading up to this year Super Bowl FBI special agent Taylor dervish says sex trafficking is a problem that occurs every day of the year in every city in every town in the country throw a major events such as the Super Bowl, which brings more people money and crime. And he says the likelihood rises FBI agents say. One hundred sixty nine arrests were made during an eleven day investigation into human trafficking throughout metro Atlanta leading up to the Super Bowl. The agency says twenty six suspects are alleged to be sex traffickers while thirty four suspects allegedly attempted to engage in sex acts with minors nine juvenile victims of sex trafficking were rescued including a fourteen year old. I'm Scott Carr to twenty-five. It's money news on KYW and joining us live from Bloomberg Joan Doniger good afternoon. John..