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  1. Linda Morin
    Jan 30 - 4:33 pm

    I applaud this effort. I just hope the Seattle Police are behind you. So may see this as victimless crime. I just do not have much confindence in the Police actually doing something about this.. Are there reports that are available in arrests and prosecutions. We can fight 2 wars at once and still no stop this trafficing from happening. What can we do as ordinary citizens.

  2. Stephanie
    Jan 30 - 8:52 pm

    This campaign was put together by King County and by donations through New York City Mayor’s office. Where is the recognition of their effforts to put this together.

  3. irrelevent
    Jan 31 - 3:08 pm

    No cop initiative just special interest favors to Print shop and CLear channel billboards . B.S> attempt to stop evil pushers and pimps allover seattle cops drive ride by ev ery day

  4. [...] an anti-trafficking campaign Mayor McGinn and King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn unveiled a campaign to raise awareness of human trafficking taking place in our community. They were joined by [...]

  5. Will Murray
    Feb 01 - 10:17 am

    We see prostitution and human trafficking on a daily basis in North Seattle and I’m glad we have a new number to call. When we called 911 to report juvenile prostitution on 143rd and Aurora the operator actually told me it’s a low priority and that was after I asked if the Patrol Car on the same block could respond. Maybe the DOJ can investigate why prostitution happens on a daily basis and the Police Cars drive the other way?

  6. [...] McGinn and King County Councilmember Reagan Dunn unveiled a campaign to raise awareness of human trafficking taking place in our community. They were joined by [...]

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