Human Trafficking Presentation

Human trafficking is a widespread and evolving crime in the United States and abroad that affects both urban and rural communities. It's important for rural communities to get informed because we often assume our children and families are isolated from major crimes. Traffickers don’t discriminate geographically and some specifically target rural areas because they can often go undetected.
 
Jamie Kuhn, Detective at  the Oconto Falls Police Department; Shelby Mitchell, Sex Trafficking Victim Advocate at Family Services Sexual Assault Center NE Wisconsin; and Dr. Amy Romandine Kratz from the HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital Prevea Oconto Falls Health Center will provide an educational presentation for the community to learn:
  • Human trafficking definitions and trends
  • Facts and statistics about human trafficking
  • How the human trafficking pandemic is impacting us locally
  • Human trafficking warning signs and risk factors
  • Common misconceptions about human trafficking
  • Importance of screening during doctor visits

This free event is open to adults, teenagers and pre-teens age 12 and up with parent or guardian present.

Food and beverages will be provided.

Registration is required, as space is limited.

Questions? Call (920) 848-6329
 
 

Location

HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital
Assisi Conference Rooms
 

Seats Remaining

15
 

Date/Time

10/8/2019, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
 

Registration

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