The class for next week offered by Gwinnett County Police is full. They plan on offering another one in the fall.
Monday, Dec. 9, 2019 (Lawrenceville, Georgia) With the increase of worrisome rumors that have circulated on social media of attempted abductions and sex trafficking in the area, the Gwinnett County Police Department is committed to educating and informing residents on the realities of Human Trafficking.
Gwinnett Police will host an informational session at Police Headquarters (770 Hi-Hope Rd., Lawrenceville) on Wednesday, December 18, 2019, from 6:30 pm-8:00 pm. The class will cover what human trafficking is, Georgia statistics and laws, who the victims and traffickers are, and what the community can do to combat human trafficking.
Given the graphic nature of human trafficking, this class is recommended for those 16 years old and older. Class size is limited to 120 people on a first come first serve basis. Questions and/or to RSVP can be directed to MPO Ashley M. Wilson at Ashley.firstname.lastname@example.org. Should this training fill up quickly, additional dates will be added