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Particularly during major events, but all the time, across all of Nebraska.”Former FBI agent Anna Brewer investigated trafficking cases for more than 20 years, including work out of the Omaha-area office.She said the Interstate drives trafficking in Nebraska.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.Jamie Manzer of SASA said it’s a challenge for trafficking victims to privately get help in everyone-knows-everyone smaller communities, and where isolation of victims in rural areas is a common tool used by traffickers. Sex trafficking is happening in Hastings and smaller Nebraska towns, and those being sold don’t want to be.“I think that once we can understand that piece of it, that every time you're looking at a prostitute, you're probably looking at a victim of human trafficking, my hope is that that subtle demand will be affected and that by consequence, supply will dwindle,” Manzer said.
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.
A recent report described the services landscape for trafficking victims as “bleak.” But there are special challenges in more rural areas, including front line agencies with limited resources and training.