By Rilwan Balogun | April 1, 2019 at 3:49 PM CDT - Updated April 1 at 5:04 PM
NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - New state numbers show the amount of sex or labor trafficking victims climbed 9% last year.
“This is here in our state. It is in Louisiana,” said Christy Tate with Department of Children and Family Services. “I think many times people associate trafficking as being somewhere far away, but it’s here. It’s in our backyards.”
Leanne McCallum, Task Force Coordinator of the Greater New Orleans Human Trafficking Task Force, sits down with Meghan to discuss what the task force would like to accomplish when it comes to human trafficking.Read More