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Lodging workers learn how to spot human trafficking

  • CT News 8
  • Jan 12, 2017

Lodging industry workers got educated in what they should look for to help stop the exploitation. “At some point [child victims are] either taken to a hotel or a motel, or they’re meeting traffickers at hotels and motels,” explained Erin Williamson of the International Anti-Trafficking agency Love 146. The group is based in New Haven and, unfortunately, fighting trafficking is a growth industry.

Lodging workers learn how to spot human trafficking

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