What is WashACT? WashACT is a multi-disciplinary taskforce convened in 2006 by the US Attorney’s Office for the Western District of Washington. The Committee’s mission is to insure that victims of trafficking receive all resources available to them; and that human traffickers are identified, investigated and prosecuted to the utmost extent of the law. WashACT is co-chaired by Assistant US Attorney Catherine Crisham, the Seattle Police Department’s Vice High Risk Victims Unit and Kathleen Morris, Program Manager for the Washington Anti-Trafficking Response Network.
What is an Information Session? This presentation, by representatives from the Seattle Police Dept., International Rescue Committee, and U.S. Attorney’s Office includes the mission, structure, and overall functioning of WashACT and is typically a pre-requisite for WashACT membership and quarterly meeting attendance.
Is this Information Session for me? Please attend this presentation if you have not been to an Information Session or would like a refresher, and are planning to go to the 9/20 meeting.
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