Annual Trafficking Day: How the Government and Local Law Enforcement Deal with Human Trafficking


Carve out a few precious hours on your calendar for October 21, 2017 (9:00 AM – 12:30 PM) and join others who are interested in learning more about Human Trafficking:  How the Government and Local Law Enforcement deal with Human Trafficking.  The presenter will enlighten us on this topic, welcome questions/comments, guide small group discussions, and challenge us to move from the head (knowledge) to the heart (action founded on love).  Since Human Trafficking  lurks in every corner of the earth and is a lucrative business, it is our responsibility to join hands and hearts and trust the Holy Spirit to use us to bring an end to modern slavery.  Please join us as we continue to explore the horrific issues related to human trafficking.  We invite you to come and learn more about how the law deals with human trafficking and what we can do to help.

Date, Date and Cost:

The cost of this program is a free will offering.  If you plan to come please register so we know we have enough material and enough chairs.  (9 to 9:30 is gathering and Registration.  The program actually begins at 9:30 AM)

SCROLL TO THE VERY BOTTOM OF THIS EVENT TO REGISTER ONLINE: (If you need some extra supportive information for registering online, click HERE

(If you pay the deposit online via PayPal there is no option for coming back to pay the remaining amount online. The remaining amount must be paid by a check (mail in or pay on your arrival) or by cash when you arrive for the program. There is no way of processing a credit card at the center. If you really want to pay everything by credit card then pay in full at the time of online registration. If the program is canceled you will receive the full payment back via PayPal. If you are unable to attend the program, the remainder after the deposit will be paid back via PayPal.)

About The Presenter: Pearl Kim

Pearl is an assistant district attorney in the Delaware County District Attorney's Office as well as in the DA's Special Victims and Domestic Violence Unit, handling Protection from Abuse, Child Physical and Sexual abuse, Domestic Violence, Rape, and Internet Crimes Against Children Cases. She is also chief of the Human Trafficking Unit and designated as the Asian Outreach Liaison.

Date(s) - 10/21/2017
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Franciscan Spiritual Center

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