January is National Human Trafficking Awareness Month

Jan. 11 was National Human Trafficking Awareness and Prevention Day. A mayor’s proclamation acknowledging the day rallied support from several local victim advocate members and law enforcement officers. Pictured are: Officer Seth Schulthess, WHP Trooper Brandon Deckert, Trooper Kyle Coudriet, Trooper Matt Arnell, Uinta County Drug Court Officer Aaron Hutchinson, Trooper Robert Remington, Trooper Brad White, Uinta County Attorney’s Office Victim Witness Coordinator Maria Oroz, Uinta County Sheriff’s Office Victim Witness Coordinator Gina Sundquist, Evanston Police Chief Mike Vranish, Mayor Kent Williams, EPD Victim Witness Coordinator Vanessa Weekly, EPD Lt. Ken Pearson, WYDOT Port of Entry Officer Izzy Saavedra, SAFV Advocate Jade Zuehlsdorff, SAFV Advocate Adelaida Ramirez, WYDOT Port of Entry Officer Codi Curtis, Bridger Valley SAFV Advocate Andrea Burnett, SAFV Task Force Director Jesse Barnes and Uinta County Sheriff Andy Kopp. January is also National Human Trafficking Awareness Month, and National Stalking Awareness Month. (HERALD PHOTO/Amanda Manchester)

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