Napa is not immune to Human Trafficking.
A FREE Informational Conference at Napa Valley College!
Human Trafficking is Modern Slavery!
NVC Performing Arts Center, Napa Main Campus
Napa is not immune to Human Trafficking
A recent Santa Rosa sting found 75 Napa residents attempting to solicit the services of a minor
Victims are groomed (manipulated) as early as age 9
The average age of Human Trafficking victims is 13 years old
Victims are boys & girls; Higher amounts are paid for boys
We CAN be the difference; we can help, learn now about Human Trafficking!
Conference includes SPEAKERS
~ Nancy O’Malley, Alameda County District Attorney,
~ Chris Mahurin, Detective, Santa Rosa Police Department
~ Panel of victims that escaped Human Trafficking sharing their story
~ Interviews with CONVICTED Human Traffickers
~ Organized by Doris Gentry and her STAFF at NVC Foster & Kinship Care Education Program & the Team below in PARTNERSHIP with SANESART.ORG:
Special Thanks to Napa District Attorney, Sponsor and event MC, Gary Lieberstein as well as a Steering Committee of invested and interested leaders including: Nancy O’Malley Keynote Speaker & Alameda County District Attorney; Allison Haley, Napa County Chief Deputy District Attorney; Chris Mahurin, Conference Speaker & Detective Santa Rosa Police Dept; Stephen Potter, Chief Napa Police Department; Todd Shulman, Detective Napa Police Department; Lisa Lewis-Javar Sane Sart Ex Dir; David Guerrero Napa County Probation; Julie Baptista, Napa County Probation; Anna Paulson CA Hwy Patrol Community Liason Officer; Connie Evans Health Education & Perinatal Outreach St Joseph Health; Danielle Alexander Community Organizer; Darcey Jezycki Piners Community Liaison Representative; Greg Miraglia Dean Napa Valley College; James Byrum Sane Sart; Joe Lopez Aldea Treatment Services; Kami Timm Sisters of St Joe; Mary Anne Powers FKCE Napa Valley College; Mary Butler Chief Probation Officer; Toni McIntosh Juvenile Diversion Officer Napa Police Department; Nick Lawrence, FKCE Santa Rosa Junior College