The Twin Cities welcomed all-things Super Bowl LII (Super Bowl Live on Nicolett Mall, Super Bowl Experience at the Minneapolis Convention Center, etc.) last Friday (1/26), and although there hasn't been an uptick of sex trafficking in the Cities yet, law enforcement is prepared.
Law enforcement is planning “targeted operations” around the time of the Super Bowl, said Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension Superintendent Drew Evans.
Still, it's important to use caution if you're out and about in Minneapolis. The Polaris Project lists signs to recognize if you or someone you know is being trafficked.