The FBI is taking a softer approach to cracking down on sex trafficking during the Super Bowl.
The Associated Press reports  that agents will offer to provide women an opportunity to get out of prostitution and turn in their traffickers.
The softer approach, which focuses on the victim, will take place during the lead-up to the Super Bowl in San Francisco.
“The goal is to reach anyone who is being trafficked,” FBI Supervisory Special Agent Doug Hunt, who manages the San Francisco office’s anti-trafficking efforts, which will also include sting operations the agency has used before at previous Super Bowls.
Super Bowls have traditionally attracted sex traffickers.