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Saving vulnerable children from human trafficking

Human trafficking is a problem around the world, including in Madison and southern Wisconsin. Since 2007, there have been 800 cases involving 1,600 victims in our state, according to federal data. Diane Hanson of United Madison explains what trafficking is, who’s most at risk, and how to help victims.

If you suspect a person may be a victim of human trafficking, check out the resources at United Madison’s website. If the person appears to be in immediate distress, Hanson says to discreetly call 911.

United Madison and Zateo Community are hosting a free seminar on trafficking awareness and prevention on Wed., Jan. 24 at Good Shepherd Lutheran Church in Madison. Click here to register.