The signs that the All-Star Game is about to arrive in Cleveland are clear. Exhibits are going up, roads are closed and police are out in force.
But, there are the billboards near area highways reinforcing human trafficking can happen anywhere.
“There’s always more trafficking whenever you have large scale events, especially sporting events,” said Renee Jones, President and CEO Renee Jones Empowerment Center.
Organizations like the Renee Jones Empowerment Center have been preparing for the All-Star Game as well.
“The traffickers get together from all over, different states, bring women in because they can make a lot of money,” said Jones.
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LOCAL NEWS: Human Trafficking Group Wants To Educate People About The Crime Before All-Star Game was originally published on praisecleveland.com