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A woman choosing to go by the name “Amanda” to protect her identity, was trafficked as a young adult and eventually brought to Iowa.
“I would be trapped in hotel rooms, I would be raped, I would be beaten,” she says, Amanda lived in what she calls “the life”, life while being trafficked, for five years.
It was a choice she didn’t make but one she says heroin made for her. The ones that were selling the drugs were the ones that brought me into 'the life',” Amanda says.
She was sold for sex on a website called “Backpage," then threatened and forced to go through with the encounters, repeatedly raped, then comforted by her pimp after the abuse.
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"In order to stay up with it, we need more resources to be devoted to the intelligence part." Authorities are also working on educating the public about the differences of human trafficking versus prostitution.
“When we saw the NCAA tournaments here earlier this year, Polk County saw a 45-percent increase in the number of persons being offered for sale during the time frame of that tournament,” says Ferjak.
He says that same spike happens during the 80/35 music festival, the Downtown Farmer’s Market and even the Iowa State Fair. They are not trafficking at the State Fair but there are people at the State Fair who for whatever motivation have looked at these pages," he said.
“You can get a physical body safe but to get the mental and spiritual out of that lifestyle is a whole other process,” says Fopma.
The goal of the program is to help survivors find their hope and self-worth again.
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“I'm at a place in my life where I'm getting okay with myself. “It's amazing compared to what I was living like night a day difference.” Since 2012, The Iowa Law Enforcement Academy mandates human trafficking training as a part of its basic curriculum but law enforcement officials say there is still work to be done.