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When you hear about human trafficking in the sex trade, most people have an image of women being smuggled into Canada from abroad and forced to work in seamy brothels.

But there's a thriving trafficking trade right here at home and it's run by pimps who prey on the naïve and innocent.

It could be a young woman from your neighbourhood, maybe the daughter of a friend, or the girl next door.

In York Region, a suburb north of Toronto, police are trying a new approach to rescue women like Jasmine from the sex trade. Henry De Ruiter, the head of York Regional Police Drugs and Vice Unit.

The aim is to treat them not as criminals, but as victims. "So if we can get in there and can establish that rapport and hope for them to finally come forward and talk to us, that's what it's all about." Using undercover officers who make contact with prostitutes, York Regional Police try to persuade the young women to turn in their pimps. Most women in the sex trade are afraid of police and don't trust them.

"I wouldn't have thought police would have helped me because for years they accused me," said Trish, a former prostitute who suffered horribly at the hands of a pimp.

"They came after me instead of looking at the bigger picture." Turning that perception around means a lot of hard work and patience.

"It's a matter of keeping in contact with the girls by phone calls, by text messaging," said Detective Sergeant De Ruiter.

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