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Photo Gallery: Cleveland Job Corps Center Hosts Human Trafficking Forum
(May 15, 2013)

Images include:

  • Cleveland Police Captain Dennis Hill addresses the staff and students at the Cleveland Job Corps Center on the realities of human trafficking, the sex trade and how to protect themselves.
  • Charlene Tolbert of the Rape Art Prevention Program speaks to the staff and students at the Cleveland Job Corps Center about protecting themselves against harm during a Human Trafficking Forum held at the center, May 15.
  • The staff and students of the Cleveland Job Corps Center listen to Keith Gaile of the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking discuss how young adults can protect themselves from becoming victims of the sex trade.
  • Captain Dennis Hill and two other officers from Cleveland Division of Police Fifth District community outreach were available to talk to Cleveland Job Corps Center students and staff about how the community can assist police in combating neighborhood crime.
  • Theasha A. Daniely, at the podium, facilitated a Human Trafficking Forum on May 15 at the Cleveland Job Corps Center. Daniely is manager of the City of Cleveland Community Relations Board, which is working with the Collaborative Initiative to End Human Trafficking.

Images include:

  • Cleveland Police Captain Dennis Hill addresses the staff and students at the Cleveland Job Corps Center on the realities of human trafficking, the sex trade and how to protect themselves.
  • Charlene Tolbert of the Rape Art Prevention Program speaks to the staff and students at the Cleveland Job Corps Center about protecting themselves against harm during a Human Trafficking Forum held at the center, May 15.
  • The staff and students of the Cleveland Job Corps Center listen to Keith Gaile of the Collaborative to End Human Trafficking discuss how young adults can protect themselves from becoming victims of the sex trade.
  • Captain Dennis Hill and two other officers from Cleveland Division of Police Fifth District community outreach were available to talk to Cleveland Job Corps Center students and staff about how the community can assist police in combating neighborhood crime.
  • Theasha A. Daniely, at the podium, facilitated a Human Trafficking Forum on May 15 at the Cleveland Job Corps Center. Daniely is manager of the City of Cleveland Community Relations Board, which is working with the Collaborative Initiative to End Human Trafficking.