BCSO, North Area Faith Alliance Host Human Trafficking Presentation At EFSC

By  //  December 5, 2015

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Human Trafficking often called 'Invisible Crime'

During a presentation last night at the Titusville Campus of Eastern Florida State College attendees learned about the tell-tale signs and indicators of Human Trafficking that has quickly become the third most lucrative criminal industry in the world. (Brevard County Sheriff's Office image)

During a presentation at the Titusville Campus of Eastern Florida State College attendees learned about the tell-tale signs and indicators of Human Trafficking that has quickly become the third most lucrative criminal industry in the world. (Brevard County Sheriff’s Office image)

BREVARD COUNTY • TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA – During a presentation at the Titusville Campus of Eastern Florida State College attendees learned about the tell-tale signs and indicators of Human Trafficking that has quickly become the third most lucrative criminal industry in the world.

It was my honor to speak on the topic along with BCSO Programs Coordinator, Cpl. Jesse Holton who did a great job at presenting the strategy for the future of Human Trafficking Investigations in Brevard County.

Human Trafficking is often called the “Invisible Crime” however it can impact men, women, and children and causes between 14,000 and 18,000 new victims each year in the United States.

I would like to personally thank everyone who attended the presentation, Brenda Wright of the North Area Faith Alliance for arranging last night’s presentation and Dr. Jim Richey of Eastern Florida State College for allowing us to use the Titusville Campus as a venue for the presentation.

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