Plymouth County Human Trafficking Task Force
Discussing the realities of human trafficking in Plymouth County at our forum.
Stressing the collaboration of law enforcement, service providers and survivors to create a path toward justice and healing.
Thinking outside the box at our office’s Human Trafficking Task Force round table today.
We continue to work together to hold exploiters and traffickers accountable, and develop our response to get services to HT victims here in Plymouth County.
Plymouth County DEC Alliance meeting virtually this morning.
Thank you to Jennifer Cantwell for facilitating and thank you to Emilee Pihl for updating the DEC Alliance on human trafficking.
Drug endangered children are at higher risk of being trafficked, and awareness is an important part of prevention.
Working together to make a difference.
District Attorney Cruz attended a virtual event hosted by the Governor’s Council to Address Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence.
Thank you to Lt. Governor Karyn Polito and all those who worked hard to develop guidelines for law enforcement to identify human trafficking cases and get those being exploited resources and help.
As survivor Audrey Morrissey said, “If people didn’t sell people, people wouldn’t buy people.”
Gathering of the Plymouth County Anti-Trafficking Task Force Executive Committee today. Together we work to prosecute those who manipulate, abuse and sell human beings for profit, while working just as hard to provide access to trauma sensitive services to help victims recover.
With Health Imperatives we sponsored a human trafficking training for more than 150 at Massasoit today. We mark the progress made to hold traffickers accountable and recognize and honor survivors and service providers that are working to prevent others from experiencing this