Sullivan to offer training on human trafficking

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Linda Sullivan of Dorset will share her experience and knowledge about human trafficking at an event in Brattleboro.

Sullivan teaches nationally and internationally and will offer information to help understand the complex issue and how people can help at the local level to stop the trade in humans.

Sullivan has designed outreach programs for victims, designed and delivered training programs for judges and attorneys, served as an expert witness on every aspect of this topic and directly supported victims of human trafficking.

The free training session will take place from 1 to 4 p.m., Sunday, May 19, at the First Congregational Church, located at 880 Western Ave., in Brattleboro.

RSVP to humantraffickingtraining@bajcvermont.org and for more information, call 802-257-1959.

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