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Chautauqua County Sherriff James Quattrone speaks at The Western District of New York Human Trafficking Task Force conference on Human Trafficking, co-sponsored by the International Institute of Buffalo

Task Force Kicks Off Human Trafficking Prevention Month with Training Conference in Jamestown

By Education, In the Community, News, Survive Support
Photo Credit Barbara Burns (USANYW) The Western District of New York Trafficking Task Force, of which the International Institute of Buffalo is part, kicked off a series of training conferences aimed at educating law enforcement, the legal community, and non-government organizations that provide services to victims and survivors of human trafficking. The conference covered a victim-centered approach to identifying, investigating,…
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IIB Part of Human Trafficking Awareness Event at Jamestown Community College

By Survive Support
January is Human Trafficking Prevention Month. On Wednesday, January 10, 2024, the Western District of New York Human Trafficking Task Force (WDNYHTTF) will host a regional human trafficking conference at Jamestown Community College. The goal of the conference is to educate students, faculty, staff, law enforcement officials, and leaders of nongovernmental organizations on human trafficking, the challenges associated with it,…
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Community Partner Highlight: IGNITE

By Survive Support
Combatting human trafficking is not one individual or organization's sole responsibility, it will take a community to eradicate the systems and circumstances of exploitation.  IIB is starting a series where we interview our local partners who are taking measures to combat human trafficking with us! Today we are talking to Diane R. Bessel from Daemen college's IGNITE program.   What…
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