Oregon Department of Human Services, Child Welfare Programs

Rule Rule 413-080-0062
Sex Trafficking Victim Identification


When information is gathered or observations made that indicate a child or young adult may be a victim of sex trafficking, the caseworker must determine whether a child or young adult is, or is at risk of being, a victim of sex trafficking.

(1)

If a determination is made that a child or young adult is a victim of sex trafficking the caseworker must:

(a)

Report to a screener the identification of a child or a young adult as a sex trafficking victim;

(b)

Ensure law enforcement and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children are notified immediately and in no case later than 24 hours after determination that the child or young adult is a sex trafficking victim;

(c)

Identify and refer to appropriate services; and

(d)

Document the child or young adult is a sex trafficking victim in the Department’s Electronic Information System.

(2)

If a determination is made that a child or young adult is at risk of being a victim of sex trafficking the caseworker must identify and refer to appropriate services.
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Jun. 8, 2021