(St. Paul, MN) -- A "safe harbor" for child victims of sex trafficking -- that's the goal of proposed legislation unveiled today (Fri) at the Minnesota Capitol. Minneapolis Police Sergeant Grant Snyder supports the move, saying when authorities rescue a victim, they can tell her how brave she is and that it's not her fault -- and then put her in juvenile detention to keep her safe. Snyder asks, "Does that fit?" The bill, sponsored by state Senator Sandy Pappas (PAP'-us) and Representative Susan Allen, would fund construction, renovation and operation of "Safe Harbor" shelters and housing for youths who are victims of sex trafficking. It would also fund training for law enforcement and other front-line personnel.