BSCC September News Letter

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During August 2019, BSCC received 35 hotline calls from people who were forced into sex or labor trafficking. We currently have 17 ongoing cases.
We also received 2 law enforcement assistance calls. We were able to serve 1 individual. BSCC is very grateful to have partners who assists us with clients. Thankfully, we were able to refer 6 clients to different agencies in order for them to receive the best help possible.
In a very positive note, BSCC was able to help a client move from the transitional housing to a more independent living situation. We are confident they will move forward and be successful in all of their endeavors.  
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Pomona police rescue human trafficking victim, 15, who had been reported missing from Riverside County

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Police also announced recent prostitution arrests and said a man had been convicted of trafficking for a 2017 incident.
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New city strategy to target crime at ?budget motels? – The Coast News Group

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OCEANSIDE ? The mayor and another council member want to reduce crime at the city?s ?budget motels? as soon as possible. At council?s Aug. 21 meeting, Mayor Peter Weiss and Councilman Ryan Keim requested to direct staff to develop a strategy within 60 days to reduce crime and improve management…
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Cal Poly cybersecurity program works to uncover human trafficking

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A Cal Poly program is helping combat human trafficking. Staff from the university?s California Cybersecurity Institute (CCI) recently met with law
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Opinion | Editorial: Timely funding to fight human trafficking

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The evidence is clear and heartbreaking ? Niagara is becoming one of the most active sites for human trafficking in Ontario. You hear about it in the courtrooms and in the community.
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