Trailblazing State Law on Human-Traffic Bogs Down

Washington was the first state to pass a law against human trafficking in 2003, but so far there are only two convictions. “Where we are with human trafficking today is where we were with domestic violence 30 or 40 years ago”, says a top law enforcer.

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Press Release from Seattle City Attorney on Aurora Buyer Arrests

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: July 5, 2017 FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT: Kimberly Mills, Communications Director Seattle City Attorney’s Office (206) 684-8602 Sex buyers facing criminal charges from SPD operation on Aurora Avenue The City Attorney’s Office will soon review cases for charges of Sexual Exploitation arising from an operation by the Seattle Police Department’s Vice and High-Risk […]

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