Attorney General Pam Condi says the state will place billboards along streets, in malls and on bus shelters to raise awareness of human trafficking.
During a news conference Friday, Bondi announced a statewide program called "From Instant Message to Instant Nightmare," aimed at helping parents spot sexual exploitation of children online.
Bondi says parents and adults can download a tip sheet about internet safety.
According to the Department of Children and Families, Florida is one of the most popular destinations for human traffickers in the US and sex trafficking of young victims is among the most under-reported offenses.
You may remember back in June, 34 year old Flor Esmeralda Turcio-Arias was abducted from her Laguna Beach home in Panama City Beach by three men.
The US Attorney's Office says Arias was kidnapped in retaliation for her testifying against members of a prostitution ring in Tennessee last year that helped convict 13 people involved in sex-trafficking and prostitution.
Arias managed to escape from them in Hattisburg, Mississippi, and contacted police.