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CIR Great Decisions: Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking - Shared screen with speaker view
davidking
34:48
It was reported in the press that when Geoffrey Epstein came to New Mexico he reported in to the authorities as a documented sex offender but those authorities sent his paperwork back to him because, in New Mexico he wasn’t considered to be an offender. Is this true?
davidking
41:24
What, in your opinion, is the single most important measure the state or federal government could take to alleviate this problem? What can ordinary citizens do?
cwd
45:45
Are there any states which have a lower incidence of trafficking, and what can we learn from them?
Deborah Leliaert
51:16
is there a need for donations of Clothing? other essentials?
Pam Parfitt
51:54
Could you describe the profile of a trafficker?
iPad (3)
53:19
Who are the volunteer organization that help with the victims
lynnheffron
01:00:34
Do they address high school students on the dangers of posting photos online
Herb Thomas
01:05:27
On the video that comes with this program, one of the interviewees talked of police treating them brutally. How well are New Mexico police being trained to deal with trafficking victims?
cwd
01:07:17
Is there any connection between panhandlers and traffickers on the streets of NM?
Sandy C
01:10:32
Last call for questions!!
iPad (3)
01:13:40
Could we have a summary of the organizations that are mentioned
Herb Thomas
01:13:41
What’s the best way for us to support your mission?
cwd
01:13:46
Who is the restaurant chain you mentioned?
cwd
01:15:29
Are manicure/pedicure salons found to be human trafficking? Some workers seem so sad and don’t make eye contact.
Sandy C
01:19:31
We’ll circulate the list of organizations
iPad (3)
01:21:43
what vocabulary should we use in calling the police if you suspect something