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Minnesota Truckers, Truck Stop Personnel Receive Training on Human Trafficking

​The BCA is hosting training this week as part of its ongoing effort to rescue human trafficking victims and bring traffickers to justice. Trucking industry representatives, law enforcement and human trafficking experts are gathering for training on how to spot sex trafficking and how to respond when it is suspected.

"Partnerships like this are critical for combatting sex trafficking," said BCA Superintendent Drew Evans. "Truckers are present in every Minnesota community and on the roadways that connect them. They are a key resource for spotting and reporting traffickers who are transporting their victims or looking to sell sex with a victim to a trucker."

The training is available through a partnership with the BCA-led Human Trafficking Investigators Task Force, the Minnesota Trucking Association and the organization Truckers Against Trafficking.

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Video Description: BCA Superintendent Drew Evans, trucker and trucking company owner Kevin Otto, and Truckers Against Trafficking representative Esther Goetsch talk about law enforcement and the trucking industry joining together to combat human trafficking.