Around the world, millions of people are forced into modern-day slavery from sex trafficking to labor trafficking and more. Children are particularly vulnerable to trafficking, with the average age a child is forced into the sex trade anywhere from 12 to 14 years old, according to a study conducted by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. Law enforcement and financial institutions are in some of the best positions to recognize and stop this crime.
Join Gina Jurva, Attorney & Manager of Thought Leadership for the Thomson Reuters Legal Executive Institute in conversation with experts Jim Dinkins, President of Thomson Reuters Special Services (TRSS), and David Thompson, Director of Business Development at Thomson Reuters Special Services (TRSS)as they bring their on-the-ground experiences to the discussion of how law enforcement and financial institutions play a crucial role in stopping human trafficking.
Hosted By: Gina Jurva, Risk and Compliance, Legal Executive Institute, Thomson Reuters
Event Panelist: Jim Dinkins, President of Thomson Reuters Special Services and David Thompson, Director of Business Development at Thomson Reuters Special Services