IT HAPPENS IN ALL 72 WISCONSIN COUNTIES YES, EVEN IN OUR BACKYARD
Due to inclement weather, this event was not held on January 30. It has been rescheduled for February 18.
JOIN US FOR A FREE EDUCATIONAL EVENT
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 18 AT 6PM
· What does human trafficking look like in Wisconsin? · How do vulnerable individuals become victims? · What are the red flags? · What can you do?
You are invited to attend a free, information event to help educate ourselves on human trafficking. The event is being held at Parkside Community UCC on Wednesday, January 30th at 6pm.
Speaking at the event will be Morgan Young, a graduate of the University of Wisconsin Law School, Morgan Young has been working in the field of victim services for over a decade. Morgan specializes in the areas of immigration, family violence, sexual assault and human trafficking. Morgan currently holds the position of Victim Services Training Officer in the Office of Crime Victim Services at the Wisconsin Department of Justice and is the former chair of the WI Statewide Anti-Trafficking Consortium. Morgan also teaches the Law & Contemporary Problems - Domestic Violence course at the UW Law School.
This session will provide an overview of what trafficking looks like in Wisconsin and how vulnerable individuals become victims. Recruitment activities and the interplay of exploitation and drug use/ addiction will also be discussed as they relate to traffickers and their victims. Red flags for identification and reporting will be highlighted. We hope you will join us and bring a friend or two as we, together, work to educate ourselves to help solve this growing problem in our communities.
The more people educated on this topic, the safer our community becomes!