Tusc Against Trafficking
Tuscarawas County Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition
Jocelyn, Molly, and Robin are here to wrap up Season One of the Tusc Against Trafficking Podcast. They’re answering some questions from listeners and providing some additional information about how to get involved to help fight against human trafficking in Tuscarawas County and the surrounding counties.
- Ohio has been ranked 4th or 5th in the nation in regards to human trafficking reporting. What factors contribute to the high human trafficking numbers in Ohio?
- What legislation is currently in the house waiting to be passed?
- What is being done in the community to help survivors?
We just want to thank everyone who tuned into this podcast. Human trafficking is a criminal activity that has been happening for a long, long time and is currently gaining traction in the media. There’s a lot of misleading and false information being spread, and this podcast will help you understand the truths about human trafficking.
Together, we can educate and equip ourselves, our families, and our community to help fight human trafficking.
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Thank you, and together we can end human trafficking in our community!
About the Show
Human trafficking is happening in Tuscarawas County, and it’s not the creepy guy in a van. Human trafficking is a $150 billion criminal activity, and traffickers are smart and skilled at what they do. So the more information we know, the less successful they will be.
Join us for Season One of our podcast where we break down the components of human trafficking to help the community better understand this criminal activity and its victims.
Jocelyn Hamsher is joined by Molly MacMath and Robin Bowdish to host Season One of the podcast. These 3 knowledgeable and passionate ladies bring a wealth of information and resources to the table. You will gain a thorough understanding of human trafficking and how traffickers operate.
Please visit www.tuscagainsttrafficking.org for more information.
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