Federal Way Coalition Against Trafficking hosting community forum Jan. 10

The topic of the event will be “Put Human Trafficking Out of Businesses.”

The Federal Way Coalition Against Trafficking is hosting a community forum from 7-8:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 10, at the Federal Way City Hall Council Chambers, 33325 Eighth Ave. S.

The topic of the forum will be “Put Human Trafficking Out of Businesses,” and will feature guest speakers Mar Smith Brettmann, founder of the Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking, and Valiant Richey, a King County senior deputy prosecuting attorney responsible for prosecuting cases involving sex traffickers.

The forum will provide information on how businesses can implement strategies to prevent human trafficking and protect themselves from the legal, reputation and financial risks that trafficking poses.

For more information, visit fwcat.org.

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