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Teenage $ex 4 $ale - The Documentary
About the Film
           
           
Teenage $ex 4 $ale: Human Trafficking in San Bernardino County is a short documentary produced by the San Bernardino County District Attorney's Office that delves into the problem of sexual exploitation in the nation's largest county.

From boastful pimps preying on young women to one woman's quest to open a home for female victims, the film highlights a unique coalition of government agencies and how they are reaching deep into the community to eradicate human trafficking.


Host a Screening
Screening of Teenage $ex 4 $ale: Human Trafficking in San Bernardino County is happening now. We’re making the film available to universities, school districts, government agencies and officials, members of law enforcement, churches and any other organization committed to raising awareness and combatting the terrible crime of human trafficking.

We encourage all groups with a passion for seeing human trafficking brought to an end to build meaningful community events that call attention to the issues addressed in the film. Please consider bringing this short documentary to your city. For more information, contact Christopher Lee.



Frequently Asked Questions:

How do I get a copy of the film?
Due to popular demand we no longer have any copies of the film. However, it can now be downloaded and copied to a DVD. Scroll to the bottom of this page. Simply, click on the film link and you will be redirected to the video sharing site Vimeo. From there, you will be able to click on a "download" button. Since the film is 45 minutes long, depending on your internet connection, the download times will vary. If you have any problems or questions please feel free to contact Christopher Lee at clee@sbcda.org.

Will you provide the venue and equipment to host the screening?
It is up to each interested group to provide a venue and the necessary audio/visual facilities to screen the film. It is important for you to find a venue that suits your audience. You will need a good DVD player and a projector with a large screen. Be sure to play the film before your event to make sure that it works and check sound quality.

I would like to have someone from the Coalition Against Sexual Exploitation (CASE) provide training for our group following the screening of the film. How do I make this happen?
The San Bernardino County District Attorney’s Office is a proud member of the CASE team. The goal of CASE is to coordinate services tailored to the characteristics and circumstances of sexually exploited children, train law enforcement on investigation and detection, educate the public and create awareness to protect children from abuse and exploitation. Since the inception of CASE in 2009, approximately 7,400 law enforcement and community members have been trained about the plight of trafficking in San Bernardino County. Please indicate in the above questionnaire that you would like to have a representative from CASE provide outreach at the time of your event and your information will be forwarded to CASE for further review.


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