Kentucky attorney general in Erlanger to kick off human trafficking task force

WCPOPublished: February 13, 2018
Published: February 13, 2018

Kentucky Attorney General Andy Beshear will be in Northern Kentucky Tuesday morning to promote an initiative he hopes will stop human trafficking. Beshear will introduce his Response Initiative to Guide Human Trafficking Services (RIGHTS) at 9 a.m. at the St. Elizabeth Training and Education Center at 3861 Olympic Boulevard. The taskforce will focus on designing and optimizing community responses to victim-survivors of human trafficking in Northern Kentucky and Greater Cincinnati. In recent years, the office of the attorney general has partnered with several Kentucky organizations as well as state hotels, travel and tourism businesses to develop a program to train hotel and tourism employees on how to recognize and report human trafficking. WCPO will be at the meeting and update this story with more details.

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