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  • Combating Human Trafficking

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  • Christine

    October 28, 2019 at 10:47 am

    So recently I was on a road trip from Colorado to Wisconsin and back with my girlfriend. I noticed, at every gas station we stopped in, they had this number to call specifically for if you were being trafficked or needed help. I really appreciate the thought and purpose of it but the execution seems….sub par. How many people in those situations have access to a phone? So I thought what if, instead of the sticker with the number, what if there was a button to push, like a silent alarm? That would alert police to the situation and they could coordinate some sort of procedure with local businesses. Thoughts? Really curious what other people think. – by hq overview lengelmp – –

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