Tuesday, March 21st, 4:30pm at Timberline Church, Fort Collins room 204, Agenda, Minutes
Tuesday, September 19th, 4:30pm at Timberline Church, Fort Collins room 204, Agenda, Minutes
In April, 2013, the U COUNT Campaign, an anti-trafficking group out of Timberline Church, participated as human trafficking victim advocates in the FCPD Asian Massage Business operation. Six weeks later, U COUNT joined the LCSO in an operation aimed at recovering minors via backpage.com. In both situations, hours of phones calls to service providers revealed an ill-equipped, under-trained community. Larimer County was not prepared to deal with victims of human trafficking. In November, 2013, in partnership with Officers Hill and Knudsen of the FCPD NET team, we launched the Community Response Team, a closed group of professionals intersecting potential victims of trafficking. We have been meeting quarterly ever since. In January, 2015, the facilitation of the CRT was moved to A Face to Reframe, a local nonprofit aimed at preventing human trafficking.
Recognizing the need for a public space to which CSU clubs and students, service clubs, faith communities, and other NGOs engaged in advocacy, awareness, and fundraising could come and collaborate, in Spring of 2015, in partnership with Zonta Club of Fort Collins, A Face to Reframe launched the Concerned Citizens Against Human Trafficking.
Our mission is to collaborate and educate around human trafficking prevention and partnership in Larimer County. Meetings are open to the public.
Life for the Innocent
U COUNT Campaign
Zonta Club of Fort Collins
No More Injustice (CSU Club)
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