Calendar – Education – “Know the Facts. Save Lives.” Human Trafficking Presentation in Hancock – Jan. 24

January 21, 2018

Hancock – The recently re-established Upper Peninsula Human Trafficking Task Force, together with the Department of Justice and Michigan State Police will offer a “Know the Facts. Save Lives.” Human Trafficking Presentation on Wednesday, January 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the Jutila Center Room #323 at Finlandia University in Hancock.

Featured speakers include, Leslie Hagen from the Department of Justice, SA Todd Wilton ICE/HIS, and local MSP Community Troopers, Elisabeth Alquist, Iron Mountain Police Department Victim Advocate, Cheryl O’Neil Executive Director Caring House INC, and Stephanie Krieger s7Consulting.

There will be time for Q & A after each presentation and a brief invite to any participants to join the UPHTTF by the current Task Force Group Leader/Administrator Marlene Mottes Victim Advocate from the Department of Justice, United States Attorney’s Office, Western District of Michigan Marquette Office.

Please contact Mottes for additional information at marlene.f.mottes@usdoj.gov.

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