New Jersey Cracks Down On Sex Trade Prior To Super Bowl

(East Rutherford, NJ) -- New Jersey is cracking down on prostitution ahead of the Super Bowl. More than three-thousand law enforcement and civilian experts are taking part in the massive effort. Melanie Gorelick with the New Jersey Coalition Against Human Trafficking says the goal is to make as many arrests as possible. Hundreds of thousands of people are expected to flock to the East Rutherford area for the week-long buildup of parties and events prior to the big game on February 2nd. The NFL also said it's working with state and federal agencies to combat prostitution during the Super Bowl.