Local hotels and motels could be key to fighting prostitution and human trafficking

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The anti-human trafficking organization "Braking Traffik" is joining with the Davenport Rotary Club to target hotels and motels to join the fight against prostitution.

The groups say they don't want to shame hotels and motels, but educate the workers and urge them to report suspected crimes to the police.

"Braking Traffik" executive director Cathy O'Keeffe was part of a live interview on "News 8 at 11" to mark January's National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.

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  • Arariel

    When you start paying hotel/motel employees to rat out people and take on a job that is not in their description, then you can ask this of them.

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