There were two big stories that made headlines involving sex trafficking in Georgia last week. In Savannah, a man was convicted of 19 counts of child sex trafficking.
In Sandy Springs, police broke up a human-trafficking operation inside a million dollar home. Eight women were rescued and one man was arrested in connection with the crime.
Atlanta has a reputation as one of the worst sex-trafficking hubs in the country. But how widespread is the problem?
We speak with Jeff Shaw. He is the Executive Director of Out Of Darkness, an anti-trafficking ministry.