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Despite saving hundreds of sex trafficking victims yearly, Hawaii has few prosecutions

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Advocates and Survivors Call Out Sex Trafficking in Waikiki

Advocates and survivors call for more to be done to prevent sex trafficking in Waikiki.

Arrests and convictions of sex traffickers are much lower than the rate of victims. KITV4's Paul Drewes explains more on the crime that officials say can be difficult to prosecute.

HONOLULU (KITV4) -- Hawaii may be paradise to some, but it still has a problem when it comes to sex trafficking.

Experts have a hard time pinpointing the exact number of sex trafficking victims in Hawaii, but they do know it is much higher than the number of arrests and convictions for sex traffickers.

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