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Human Trafficking of Youth in Indiana: Risk Factors, Red Flags and the Scope of the Problem
Human trafficking is the fastest growing and second largest criminal enterprise in the world, generating an estimated $150 billion annually. Trafficking and exploitation can be found in communities of all kinds. In 2015, the Indiana State Police investigated more than 60 incidents of trafficked or exploited youth. The Indiana Trafficking Victim Assistance Program works in collaboration with law enforcement, Department of Child Services and other service providers to help children escape sex and labor trafficking and support them in recovery and healing.
This presentation will provide information about human trafficking and exploitation as it relates to our youth population. Attendees will learn:
Morgan Rumple, Regional Coalition Coordinator – Indiana Trafficking Victim Assistance Program (ITVAP), Indiana Youth Services Association (IYSA)
Morgan Rumple has a bachelor’s degree in international studies with a minor in gender studies from Hanover College. She is completing her Masters in Social Work currently. Through her various experiences, Morgan has worked in areas such as HIV/AIDS, healthy relationships and teen pregnancy education, domestic violence crisis counseling, family advocacy and DCS case management. She currently serves as a regional coalition coordinator for the Indiana Trafficking Victims Assistance Program with Indiana Youth Services Association.
CONNECT: You are invited to bring your business cards and program or service information to share. (Please note that any materials not reclaimed at the end of the event will be discarded.)