Wisconsin’s human trafficking task force wants more education and more time.
The Speaker’s Task Force On Human Trafficking delivered its report yesterday. Task Force members spent four months hearing from experts, police and prosecutors, and advocates about what can be done to prevent people from being forced into prostitution. They are suggesting several new state laws. Many of them would require new education and training efforts for everyone from school kids to barbers to bouncers and hotel workers. The Task Force also wants a new council that will have four more years to recommend even more possible laws to Wisconsin lawmakers.