WSU hosting panel on human trafficking
Associated Press - January 26, 2014 4:23 am
An affidavit says a slain Wichita State University student contacted a woman charged in his death about sexual services she advertised online shortly before he was killed.
Wichita State University is scheduled to host an upcoming conference on combatting human trafficking.
The Wichita Eagle reports several of the state’s leading authorities on human trafficking are expected to attend the event Monday.
Karen Countryman-Roswurm, executive director of WSU’s Center to Combat Human Trafficking, will moderate a discussion that will include Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt and Timothy Henderson, presiding judge for the 18th Judicial District Juvenile Division in Sedgwick County.
The roundtable discussion is open to the public.
The Monday gathering is the first in a weeklong series of events organized by the Center for Combating Human Trafficking.
Information from: The Wichita (Kan.) Eagle