Sacramento, California, is the home of one of the nation’s most popular escort services.

But the escort industry, which has grown to become a multimillion-dollar industry, is in a state of crisis.

The California Association of Retailers, the state’s main trade association, is warning that the industry’s growth is at risk.

The industry is in crisis.

I’m very concerned that there’s a lot of concern over safety in the industry, said Jeff Bader, president and CEO of the association.

I think we have to make sure we’re keeping an eye on it, he said.

We’ve seen some serious incidents.

We have a lot more to do.

There are several reasons for the crisis, Bader said.

One is the high cost of escorting in California.

In the last few years, the industry has grown from a handful of escort agencies to about 100.

And that has created a lot less money to invest in safety and security.

The other reason is a shortage of escorts.

There are fewer than 200 licensed escort agencies in the state, according to the California State Sheriffs Association.

That’s about half the number in the past.

In other words, there are more people working in escort services than there are people who need to be escorting them.

The shortage has caused an increase in accidents.

The Association of Professional Escorts and the California Association for the Advancement of Technology have compiled a list of more than 300 deaths attributed to escort-related accidents in the last five years.

A total of 14,600 people have been injured.

Many of the fatalities were caused by bad driver behavior, said Steve Gentry, executive director of the California Attorney General’s Safety and Insurance Division.

We have a number of things we need to work on, said Bader.

It’s not just a matter of having fewer people working.

There needs to be greater training.

The cost of that training is high, he added.