Contact: Sarah McKenzie, 612-673-2786

Oct. 31, 2017

City Council committee to receive briefing on efforts to prevent sex trafficking ahead of Super Bowl LII


What:              City Attorney Susan Segal and Minneapolis Police Sgt. Grant Snyder will brief the City Council’s Committee of the Whole on the City’s work with regional partners as part of a statewide strategy to prevent and disrupt sex trafficking in connection with the upcoming Super Bowl LII and beyond.   

When:             10 a.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1

Where:            City Council Chamber, Room 317  
City Hall, 350 S. Fifth St.

MORE:             The City of Minneapolis has been coordinating with governmental partners, nonprofits, service providers, advocates and the Minnesota Super Bowl Host Committee on a plan, “Minnesota’s Coordinated Strategy to Prevent and Disrupt Sex-Trafficking Super Bowl LII and Beyond.” The presentation to the City Council’s Committee of the Whole will review the elements of the plan. City Attorney Susan Segal and Sgt. Grant Snyder will be joined by Beth Holger-Ambrose, executive director of The Link; Lulete Mola, director of community impact for the Women’s Foundation of Minnesota; and Amanda Koonjbeharry of Hennepin County.  


Published Oct 31, 2017



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