Educate students, starting in middle school, about how to avoid becoming victims of human trafficking.

Change federal law so traffickers can’t dodge a long prison sentence by claiming they didn’t know their victim was a child.

Give money and shelter to teens aging out of foster care so they won’t continue to be top targets for human trafficking.

Those ideas are just part of a wish list from a panel of 10 experts who gathered March 21 in Placentia for the inaugural meeting of the Human Trafficking Congressional Task Force.