The Truth About Trafficking: Dark to Light Episode 4 Alexis Scurry, Richland County CASA (9 minutes) ~ Alexis Scurry is the Anti-Human Trafficking Project Coordinator for Richland County. She coordinates the efforts of Richland County’s Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force and oversees cases and Guardians ad Litem in the Court Appointed Special Advocates Office that involve human trafficking.
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Maybe you have one or have admired someone sporting a “grace wins” tee shirt? If so, thank Kelli Anthony! She’s been our volunteer leader in charge of sales and distribution since 2017. We want to take this moment to publicly thank Kelli for her dedication and hard work. She’s a very special lady! And thanks to Kelli, you can order your very own “grace wins” tee from the webpage. Click here to order a shirt today!
FREE VIRTUAL EVENT
What do we mean when we say, “See Something, Say Something?” This ONLINE event will help you learn signs of human trafficking so you will know WHAT to look for, WHO to call, WHAT to say, and WHEN that should happen! Jen Thompson, our CEO will be joined by special guest speaker Dee Cochran, Victim Advocate from the Lexington Police Department.
A NOTE FROM JEN
Do you notice my little guard dog sitting there? It doesn’t matter what I get into, she is always around and on the look out.
She watches out for me.
It’s just what she does. I hope you realize this is an example of how L4L tries to serve the community. We are here to share truth and help you stay safe. We must look out for each other. It’s what we do.