Georgia launches human trafficking awareness website Georgia launches human trafficking awareness website
Gov. Brian Kemp launched on Monday a website aimed at training state workers and the general public in how to detect and respond to... Georgia launches human trafficking awareness website

Gov. Brian Kemp launched on Monday a website aimed at training state workers and the general public in how to detect and respond to warning signs of human trafficking. The Georgia Department of Administrative Services is administering the website, which will offer training to more than 80,000 state workers as well as any member of the public interested in the program.

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