August 28, 2016

Help Train Police Officers to End Sex Trafficking

If you could help educate a police officer to combat sex trafficking, would you do it?

Since 1962 the National Center on Sexual Exploitation has been fighting for the dignity of those who are sexually exploited.

Now we’re helping you accomplish that very same thing.

You can sponsor a police officer to receive education and training on anti-trafficking efforts, in addition to strategies for confronting sexual violence against women, child sexual abuse, and more.

Thirty law enforcement officers have the opportunity to attend our Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit as part of their continuing education program. But they need your help to get there! They won’t be able to attend unless they can get sponsored by people like you.

One $220 donation will fund one police officer to receive necessary training to combat sex trafficking. This training will take place at the 2016 Coalition to End Sexual Exploitation Summit in Houston, TX, this September 29th – October 1st. This event is hosted by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation.

Don’t have $220? Any donation amount will help!

You can be a piece of the solution. You can help end sex trafficking.

These first responders need our support to make our communities safe!

Fight sex trafficking and help educate a police officer.

Krisana Finlay

Deputy Director of Development

Krisana earned a double Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and Family Life, from the College of Life Sciences and the School of Family Life at Brigham Young University. During her studies, she spent two years raising awareness and education about the harms of pornography as club president for Unraveling Pornography (UP). As such, she organized campus 5Ks and worked with local grassroots organization in providing resources to students. 

She also spent a year and half in Washington DC, teaching leadership, strategy, goal-setting workshops, as well as Spanish to young adults. She also taught life principles and served as an interpreter to Latino families.

Krisana interned for National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) May 2015 as a Government Relations intern and joined NCOSE soon thereafter as the Congressional Liaison and Business Manager.  

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