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Human Trafficking Community Awareness Training tonight

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January 23, 2017

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month: Join us for free awareness training tonight.

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Join us from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight (Monday, January 23), at the Roseville Police Department for a community awareness training provided by Stand Up Placer's Human Trafficking Team and Roseville Police Department's Vice & Narcotics Enforcement Training (VNET).  They'll talk about what human trafficking is,  the status of human trafficking in Placer County, and the support and assistance available to victims in our area.  Teens and adults are encouraged to attend.

Donation Drive:  Stand Up Placer is having a donation drive this month to collect gift cards and other practical items to help local victims.  Items can be dropped off at their service centers in Roseville and Auburn, or at the Roseville Police Department.  Click here for their wish list of needed items.  

The collection bin will be available at tonight's training if you have items to donate.

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