Representatives of about 20 different resource groups in Fresno gathered Wednesday for a conference on helping victims of human trafficking, domestic violence and sexual assault. The keynote speaker was the head of the investigative unit of Crimes Against Migrants in the Office of the Attorney General of Mexico. The event was hosted by Centro La Familia Advocacy Services.
Representatives of about 20 different resource groups in Fresno gathered Wednesday for a conference on helping victims of human trafficking, domestic violence and sexual assault. The keynote speaker was the head of the investigative unit of Crimes Against Migrants in the Office of the Attorney General of Mexico. The event was hosted by Centro La Familia Advocacy Services. CRESENCIO RODRIGUEZ-DELGADO cdelgado@fresnobee.com
Representatives of about 20 different resource groups in Fresno gathered Wednesday for a conference on helping victims of human trafficking, domestic violence and sexual assault. The keynote speaker was the head of the investigative unit of Crimes Against Migrants in the Office of the Attorney General of Mexico. The event was hosted by Centro La Familia Advocacy Services. CRESENCIO RODRIGUEZ-DELGADO cdelgado@fresnobee.com

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