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In this episode of the 411 Live, we talk to, Dawn Jones, former Lieutenant with the Milwaukee Police Department about domestic violence.
we continue to talk about domestic violence and sex trafficking with Dawn Jones. Including the supply and demand argument of sex trafficking. If we get rid of the “Johns”, will there be a need for sex trafficking? Dawn Jones explores this question and perhaps the problem with it. She also reveals the reality of how it’s worse for victims of sex trafficking to be arrested than the Johns who are paying for it. Dawn Jones now brings the hope of spreading the reality and harm of sex trafficking all over the world. Listen along and join Beverly Taylor as Dawn Jones explains the great work she does in and outside of the country.
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