Gov. Inslee signs bills improving protection for sex assault, trafficking at Federal Way City Hall Friday

  • Friday, May 5, 2017 4:56pm
  • News

Gov. Jay Inslee signed bills into law improving protection for sexual assault and human trafficking victims Friday at Federal Way City Hall council chambers. Among the bills signed were HB 1079, which created a no-contact order for human trafficking and promoting prostitution-related offenses and HB 1543 protecting parental rights of sexual assault victims who have children as a consequence and limiting the rights of the perpetrators. Jessica Keller, the Mirror

Read more about a Federal Way mother whose daughter was a victim of human trafficking

Learn more about the Federal Way Coalition Against Human Trafficking by visiting http://www.fwcat.org/

More in News

Woman running through traffic on Pac Highway claims to be president

Attempted Stabbing: At 2:36 p.m. June 19, near First Place Southwest officers… Continue reading

Judge Robertson installed as president of the District and Municipal Court Judges Association

Federal Way Municipal Judge Rebecca Robertson was recently installed as president of… Continue reading

Federal Way Public Schools challenges students to read this summer

Reading at least 30 minutes a day can help prevent the “summer slide.”

Federal Way Police issue positive tickets for good behavior

About 1,400 tickets to local entertainment venues have been handed out since 2016

Reward offered in arson case

Three vehicles set on fire last Friday

String of suspicious fires burns vehicles overnight in Federal Way

Federal Way police and South King Fire & Rescue were dispatched to… Continue reading

Federal Way man arrested for insurance fraud

Abdikarin Mohamed allegedly claimed two items were stolen from his car.

Seattle and King County officials want a safe injection van

The mobile project—an alternative to permanent sites—still doesn’t have a defined timeline.

Residents win right to clean Lake Jeane

Campaign underway to raise money to help fund clean-up of toxic algal blooms

Most Read