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 or calling the library at 802-362-2607.



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