Rep. Sullivan to host human trafficking event
MANCHESTER — State Rep. Linda Joy Sullivan will host a free, three-hour training event this weekend at the Manchester Community Library to educate the public on the threat of human trafficking.
The event is scheduled for Sunday, Sept. 15 from 2 to 5 p.m. Topics on its agenda include identifying the characteristics that might make people vulnerable to trafficking and knowing what to do when one encounters a victim.
Sullivan, a Democrat from Dorset, is the founder of B.E.S.T., a nationwide anti-human trafficking organization, and has served as an expert witness in matters related to the issue.
People interested in attending the event can register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling the library at 802-362-2607.
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