Urged on by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, counties statewide are ramping up their efforts to crack down on sex trafficking by making sure a wide array of public establishments display posters warning against the crime.

The posters, which include warnings and instructions in both English and Spanish, show phone numbers for the National Human Trafficking Resource Center and the Statewide Georgia Hotline for Domestic Minor Trafficking. 

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