25 North Road
Human trafficking is something that’s happening in every New England state. It isn’t limited to just illicit massage parlors, and it isn’t a crime that only affects non-citizens or recent immigrants. The reality is that young women and children born in the U.S. can be victims of trafficking, too. It’s happening in plain sight in our own community.
Please come to a panel presentation hosted by the Chelmsford Catholic Collaborative Social Justice Committee to learn more about the challenges facing law enforcement, the resources available for victims, and what we can do to take action.
• Pi Downsborough, MA State Police Captain
• Mike Posanka, NH Resident Agent in Charge of Homeland Security Investigations
• a clinical social worker and a survivor professional from RIA House in Framingham