87 – Law Enforcement: Building Trust with Community Partners

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What can a regular person do to help victims of human trafficking? Everyone has a role and can get involved, but it is important to understand what you have to offer and how your skills, talents, and knowledge can be utilized to serve trafficking survivors. GCWJ’s Dr. Sandra Morgan and Board Member Dave Stachowiak interview “Jane,” a law enforcement officer working to combat human trafficking. Jane’s unique perspective provides insight for listeners on what you can do to support the efforts of law enforcement and not hinder any investigations. What is happening in your community? The more you know, the easier it is for you to get connected and use your talents! Tune into this episode to hear Jane’s do & don’t lists for listeners like YOU to help end human trafficking.


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