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They could have water.”“It happens virtually anywhere,” said Stephen O’Meara, who is finishing year one as the first human trafficking coordinator in the Nebraska Attorney General’s Office.
“Even if you just followed the major interstate system all the way from Omaha out through Scottsbluff, there is measurable sex trafficking that occurs virtually all the time.
Because there is no such "Romeo and Juliet law" in Nebraska, it is possible for two individuals both under the age of 16 who willingly engage in intercourse to both be prosecuted for statutory rape, although this is rare.  (1) Any person who subjects another person to sexual penetration (a) without the consent of the victim, (b) who knew or should have known that the victim was mentally or physically incapable of resisting or appraising the nature of his or her conduct, or (c) when the actor is nineteen years of age or older and the victim is at least twelve but less than sixteen years of age is guilty of sexual assault in the first degree.
Similarly, no protections are reserved for sexual relations in which one participant is a 15 year old and the second is a 16 or 17 year old. (2) Sexual assault in the first degree is a Class II felony.
“For most of our trafficking victims this is kind of where we're going to start,” Jamie Manzer said, while giving a tour of the SASA (Spouse Abuse Sexual Assault) Crisis Center where she works.
It’s a place that helps victims of domestic and sexual violence.
What we're seeing is, it's for drugs, it's for alcohol, it's for access to shelter.”Manzer said they once helped women being trafficked in a town of just 500 people.
Manzer said last year they worked with 14 sex trafficking victims. “What we're typically seeing are acquaintances, partners, prostituting out their intimate partner, most typically a male pimping out a female, though that's not always the case.
That includes women being trafficked; sold against their will for sex.
Like a lot of social service agencies, this office used to be something else, but they’ve made the best out of oddly shaped space and rooms.
Like the gifts room, which is stacked full of basic needs.
Things like soap and toothpaste, and new sweatpants and t-shirts.“Most of our trafficking victims feel dirty, and that's more symbolic than realistic,” Manzer explained, holding up a large plastic bag of items.
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