Attorney General Kamala D. Harris' human trafficking symposium highlights CCLP's latest report

The Center on Communication Leadership and Policy will join California Attorney Generalag-kamala-harris-official.jpg Kamala D. Harris as she convenes law enforcement and policy makers at USC's Ronald Tutor Campus Center on Friday November 16, 2012 to discuss strategies for combating human trafficking.

The event coincides with the release of a new report from the California Attorney General's office on human trafficking titled "The State of Human Trafficking in California 2012." It is an update on a 2007 report, which was undertaken as the state's first anti-trafficking law, AB 22, went into effect.

Marquee guests include U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis, Mexico Attorney General Marisela Morales, Los Angeles Police Department Chief Charlie Beck and Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca.

View the live webcast featured here starting at 9am:

CCLP Research Director Mark Latonero will help lead two afternoon workshops on the intersection of technology and human trafficking. The on-campus symposium comes just days after the CCLP released its own report, "The Rise of Mobile and the Diffusion of Technology-Facilitated Trafficking." Latonero will lead two break out sessions in the afternoon focusing on the rise of mobile technology and the diffusion of human trafficking.


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