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MOCSA exists to improve the lives of those impacted by sexual assault and abuse, and to prevent sexual violence in our community.
Why we work toward this mission daily is equally straightforward.
In 1972, they created an organization dedicated to educating the broad bi-state Kansas City area, launched an emergency hotline, and took action 24/7.
They think that sex trafficking means a white van pulls up on Troost, grabs a girl off it and disappears," said Russ Tuttle of the metro based "Stop Trafficking Project." "That's not what's happening." Instead Tuttle and other experts say, what's happening is criminals who prey on young vulnerabilities, in everything from shopping malls, to schools, to yes, social media. The United Nations says it's a $9.5 billion dollar industry in the U. The task force was off and running by late 2007, and became the top prosecutor of sex and labor trafficking cases in the country according to Cordes. We have victims coming from really out of all the areas in the community." Cordes joined Husch in private practice in 2013 and helped launch the clinic, which now provides free legal help to human trafficking victims nationwide. Budke retired from the FBI and joined her as an investigator.
Meantime, Tuttle spends his time talking to schools and parent groups to warn them of the dangers that lurk out there and the signs to look for.
According to our research of Missouri and other state lists there were 1,642 registered sex offenders living in Kansas City as of June 03, 2017.
The ratio of number of residents in Kansas City to the number of sex offenders is 283 to 1.
Following a recent presentation, about a dozen teen girls lined up to talk to him.