‘Dangers in Plain Sight’ to cover human trafficking
The returning “Dangers in Plain Sight” series continues with its next session, “Human Trafficking,” Nov. 18.
Allyson Taylor, executive director of the Office of Child Abuse and Human Trafficking Prevention and Prosecution, will be the presenter during this session.
The Clark County KY Agency for Substance Abuse Policy and the Winchester-Clark County Bluegrass Community and Technical College campus partnered to present the second year for the program.
BCTC and ASAP organized the program to educate and bring awareness to the issues of drugs, human trafficking, social media and bullying that affect the youth and the community.
The program is a three-part community education awareness series for K-12 parents and guardians.
According to a news release, this year’s series added new presenters with current, local information.
The first part of the 2019 series covered community drug awareness.
The last session will cover online dangers and bullying Feb. 6, presented by the Winchester Police Department.
In addition to the presenters, each event will include a free dinner and resource tables.
All events will take place at the BCTC campus in Winchester. Dinner starts at 5:15 p.m. and the event begins at 6:15 p.m.
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