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Advocacy Network for Children to co-host human trafficking training on Thursday – Muddy River News – Muddy River News

QUINCY — Advocacy Network for Children, together with the Central Illinois Human Trafficking Taskforce and Truckers Against Trafficking, is sponsoring a human trafficking awareness training from 9-11:30 a.m. Thursday, June 2, at Madison Park Christian Church, 4700 Broadway. The training is free and breakfast will be provided. Registration begins at 8:15 a.m.

The course will provide participants with the tools on how law enforcement and the transportation industry can work together to identify human trafficking and respond effectively. The Freedom Drivers Project, a first-of-its-kind mobile exhibit educating about the realities of domestic sex trafficking, will be on site for tours.

Seating is limited and priority given to law enforcement and transportation personnel.

For more information on the training or to reserve a seat, contact Jamie Carroll at [email protected].



This “Eyes on Trafficking” story is reprinted from a Google News Alert for “human trafficking.”


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