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H.E.A.T. Watch – Stop Human Exploitation and Trafficking

Alameda County H.E.A.T. Watch Tip Line:
1-510-208-4959
Office of the District Attorney, Alameda County
Nancy E. O'Malley, District Attorney

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Upcoming Events

September 9 through September 30, 2017

Shelter and Advocate Volunteer Training

Freedom House is a Bay Area nonprofit 501 (c)(3) with a mission to bring hope, restoration, and a new life to survivors of human trafficking by providing a safe home and long-term aftercare.

Sat Sept 9th 8:30am-5pm

Tues Sept 12th 5:50 pm-9pm

Sat Sept 16th 8:45am-5pm

Tue Sept 19th 5:50pm-9pm

Sat Sept 23rd 8:45am-5pm

Tue Sept 26th 5:50pm-9pm

Sat Sept 30th 8:45am-5pm

For more information, please visit www.FreedomHouseSF.org
If you would like to apply for the training, please contact Tina attina@freedomhousesf.org.

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September 22, 2017

Marin County Office of Education, Shared Hope International and Maya Babow Present the films:

Playing the Game, Chosen, & Strong Survival

September 22 from 6:00-9:00 pm

Marin County Office of Education
1111 Las Gallinas Ave, San Rafael

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OCTOBER

oCTOBER 10, 2017

Together Against Trafficking: Building Resilience in the Bay Area

Time:
4:30 pm Welcome Reception
5:00 pm Presentation & Discussion

Location:
Grace Cathedral
1100 California Street
San Francisco

Contact: events@stopthetraffik.org

Millions of people around the world are bought and sold, and the Bay Area is considered a hotspot for domestic and international human trafficking. What's more, there is no evidence that this global issue is subsiding.

Join STOP THE TRAFFIK and partners to discuss how - together - we can stop it.

Featuring a keynote presentation from Alameda County District Attorney Nancy E. O'Malley, the event will bring together representatives from justice and law enforcement, business, finance, technology, government, non-profits and beyond.

This will be an opportunity to explore how locally-led, globally-connected action can be the change, and the unique ability within the Bay Area - the home of digital innovation - to make this change a reality.

We are all connected to the global supply chains that feed the demand, yet the power to STOP THE TRAFFIK is in our hands.

Only by working together will be become resilient to this crime. Only by harnessing the most powerful tools - people and technology - will we win the war on trafficking.

On October 10, we invite you to join the conversation, to share your experiences and explore the unique role you can play in the solution.

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