A little #MondayMotivation for you

SPOKANE, Wash – Several agencies worked together to arrest at least one man suspected of human trafficking and commercial promotion of sexual abuse of a minor. Police arrested Pierre Jamel Davis on multiple charges last week. His bond was set at $500,000. According to a 40-plus page affidavit filed in Spokane County court, Davis was “pimping out” underage girls for sex. Investigators said they have evidence one of them provided

Enbridge, a midstream transportation corporation, hosted the Freedom Drivers Project as a part of their ongoing work with TAT. Over the course of two days, employees, contractors, and community members from their Duluth-Superior and Bemidji offices had the opportunity to hear presentations on human trafficking and tour the FDP. As a part of the invitation for the event, all attendees were invited to become TAT trained. Enbridge

DURHAM — Det. Sgt. Ryan Connolly wants parents and teens in Durham to know that human trafficking isn’t happening somewhere else, to someone else. It’s happening here. “We’ve seen traffickers recruiting in the Oshawa Centre food court,” he says. “We have girls working out of hotels right here in Durham. And we need to get that message out.” This year alone, the Durham Regional Police Service human trafficking unit —

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