Police: Human Trafficking Suspects Attempt To Run Down Girl Who Refused To Work As Prostitute

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Police: Human Trafficking Suspects Attempt To Run Down Girl Who Refused To Work As Prostitute

Police: Human Trafficking Suspects Attempt To Run Down Girl Who Refused To Work As Prostitute

Authorities concluded that suspect intentionally attempted to run down the victim and was potentially linked to ongoing prostitution in the area.

Source: cbsloc.al/2Fl4RV9

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April’s Coalition Meeting

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Please join us for this months Coalition Meeting
Tuesday, April 17th, 2018.

Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition and Project Concern International would like to
cordially invite you to our next Unity Coalition Against Trafficking Meeting at:

The San Diego Foundation
Liberty Station

2508 Historic Decatur Road, #200
San Diego, CA 92106

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018
11:30 am – 1:00 pm

Speaker:
ALEX L. LANDON
Mr. Landon will speak on designer laws and why they are wrong.

*Alex Landon is a J.D., University of San Diego School of Law. He has been admitted to the California Bar since 1972, and is a Certified Specialist, Criminal Law, California Board of Legal Specialization since 1977. He is currently in private practice, and is an adjunct professor at the University of San Diego School of Law where he has taught 32 years and San Diego Law School, Alliant University 3 years. He is a member and past president of the San Diego Criminal Defense Bar Association, member and former president of the San Diego Criminal Defense Lawyers Club, the past president of the San Diego PsychLaw Society, and a member of the Board of Governors and past president of California Attorneys for Criminal Justice. He is the former Executive Director of the Defenders Program of San Diego Inc., and Community Defenders, Inc. He is a frequent seminar and workshop speaker.

For questions or to RSVP email: info@bsccinfo.org

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With Backpage Closed, Where Will the Sex Slave Trade Go? | The Crime Report

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With Backpage Closed, Where Will the Sex Slave Trade Go? | The Crime Report

With Backpage Closed, Where Will the Sex Slave Trade Go? | The Crime Report

Human trafficking expert Kimberley Mehlman-Orozco argues the commercial sex trade will move to dark corners of the web, making it harder for authorities to catch traffickers and rescue victims.

Source: bit.ly/2GKqRhQ

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Can a new app more safely identify human trafficking victims?

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Can a new app more safely identify human trafficking victims?

Can a new app more safely identify human trafficking victims?

A new mobile app seeks to provide a cost-efficient platform to interview potential trafficking victims — and to disrupt the often biased or unsafe measures many groups currently use to conduct interviews.

Source: bit.ly/2GIqaW9

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Feds charge Backpage founder after human-trafficking investigation

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Feds charge Backpage founder after human-trafficking investigation

Feds charge Backpage founder after human-trafficking investigation

The website has long been accused of editing ads to disguise sex trafficking.

Source: usat.ly/2qev95N

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