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Tulsa Police Chief Chuck Jordan, Tulsa Mayor Dewey Bartlett and the Tulsa County Sheriff’s Department and Stop Child Trafficking Now SCTNow.org gathered at the Tulsa Police Department to announce that Tulsa and Oklahoma will adopt a pre-emptive strategy against human trafficking.
Tulsa is partnering with former Navy SEALS to combat child sex trafficking in Oklahoma. Tulsa will be the FIRST major city in the Nation to partner with elite operatives and local law enforcement to go after child predators.
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FBI Names Mark Elam of OATH Coalition Oklahoman of the Year for His Work to End Human Trafficking in OK
recognition of outstanding humanitarian service to his community though efforts in creating the Oklahoma Coalition to fight human trafficking and bring awareness to professionals thoughout the state concerning this crime.
FBI-Operation Innocence Lost Arrests 884 including 99 Pimps & Rescue 69 Children in Underage Prostitution & Human Trafficking Sting
Special Agents targeted truck stops, casinos, street “tracks” and Internet sites where very young girls are sold for sex… some under the age of 13.
Mayor Dewey Bartlett officially named Chuck Jordan the police chief on Friday 11/12/10 Bartlett says Jordan, who served as the interim police chief since January, has cut overtime expenses and put two helicopters back […]
Thanks to a Tulsa area Business an organization that fights the demand for Sex with Children will have more money to go after and lock-up traffickers. Starting on November 1st the FreshBerry in Jenks, […]
Thanks to Howard Stalker of the Route66 Nightriders for inviting me to speak to his great group of authors in Sapulpa/Tulsa, OK (be watching for pictures)! My topic was taken from a 4 Hour […]
Have you been on Twitter lately or seen the news about Human Trafficking? Law enforcement, Non-Profits and private citizens are waging an all-out awareness campaign. This is a great example about the power of social media and how it can be used for good.