HUMAN TRAFFICKING INFORMATIONAL SESSIONS FOR BOTH ADULTS AND TEENAGERS
Saline First United Methodist Church 1200 N Ann Arbor St
September 26th , 6:30 P.M.
Hosted by the United Methodist Women
HUMAN TRAFFICKING is a hidden-in-plain-sight issue within Michigan communities and the United States.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING is a modern-day form of slavery involving illegal trade and exploitation of persons for commercial gain.
AS A COMMUNITY we need to learn how to work together and to learn about trafficking.
AS A COMMUNITY we should recognize the signs of trafficking, understand the working/living conditions, know what questions to ask, and what to do if we suspect someone is trafficked.
First Lt. Mary Kapp from the Michigan State Police and State Trooper Duffin will be the presenters for the evening.
There will be two meetings run at the same time: one for adults and another session for teenagers.
PLEASE come and join the discussion of this growing problem in the United States!