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Trafficking survivor and motivational speaker Jen Devoe, right, of Windsor, with Julia Welch, host of the A21 Walk for Freedom in Windsor, was in Chatham Thursday night at the Human Trafficking town hall hosted by Chatham-Kent Leamington MPP Rick Nicholls at the John D. Bradley Convention Centre in Chatham Thursday night. The reality of human trafficking in Chatham-Kent hit hard for the 600 plus people who attended the town hall meeting hosted by Chatham-Kent Leamington MPP Rick Nicholls at the John D.
Before the victim is even aware, she is servicing clients daily and if she tries to get away, she is punished or her family threatened.
After eight years, she made the move to politics, joining the staff of then Victoria-Haliburton-Brock MPP Chris Hodgson as constituency assistant, and then press secretary at the Ministry of Northern Development and Mines.
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The girls are told what to wear, where and when to eat and sleep, if at all, have their ID taken away, and threatened with physical violence to them or their loved ones if they disobey. Kim Miller, both involved in anti-trafficking in the region, explained to the audience that trafficking isn’t just girls from other cities, happening somewhere else – “it is happening right here, to our girls, under our noses.”Miller explained the most well-known method of trafficking a victim starts with targeting vulnerable young girls, called the Romeo/pimp method.
Statistics compiled show that of the cases the police know about: 93 per cent of victims are female and seven per cent are male, 25 per cent of the victims are under the age of 18, and 91 per cent of the victims know the person accused of trafficking them. She said the recruiter will learn all about the girl from social media, or through watching her habits and then befriend her, telling her she’s pretty, buying her things and selling her a romantic fantasy.
For more information on human trafficking and how to keep your children safe, go to ca or the CKPS or for help for victims, call Chatham-Kent Victims’ Services at 519-436-6630.