Bobby Dodd, Chattanooga Police Chief, takes questions from the media at a press conference in Chattanooga on Wednesday announcing the launch of a new hotline dedicated to reporting human sex trafficking. A press release generated by the Women's Fund of Greater Chattanooga says that a study performed by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Venderbilt Center for Community Studies revealed 26-50 cases of human sex trafficking in Hamilton County within the past 24 months.
Bobby Dodd, Chattanooga Police Chief, takes questions from the media at a press conference in Chattanooga on Wednesday announcing the launch of a new hotline dedicated to reporting human sex trafficking. A press release generated by the Women's Fund of Greater Chattanooga says that a study performed by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation and the Venderbilt Center for Community Studies revealed 26-50 cases of human sex trafficking in Hamilton County within the past 24 months.
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published Thursday, October 20th, 2011
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Local law enforcement officers and nonprofit organizations will receive training on human sex trafficking from the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation beginning today, authorities say.

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