John Clark, National Center for Missing & Exploited Children
John Clark, president and the CEO of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children, remarks on Operation Cross Country X and the importance of working together to fight child exploitation and sex trafficking.
My name is John Clark. I’m the president and the CEO of the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children.
We see child sex trafficking as a growing problem. At the national center and with partnerships such as we have with the FBI, we want to reduce these incidents.
So I’m please when I see these operations going on. And I know that the effort continues all the time, around the clock, to try to find those young children.
This is something that’s happening in communities all across the country. We need moms and dads and teachers and neighbors and everybody working hand in hand to try to identify where this situation is happening so that we can bring the right resources to bear to fight child sex trafficking.
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