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Panel Discussion about Proposition 35 (the CASE Act) on human trafficking in California

Panel Discussion


Helen Stacy, Program on Human Rights
Lt. John Vanek,
Nancy O'Mally,
Cindy Liou,
Sgt. Holly Joshi, Oakland Police
Kathleen Kim, Professor Loyola Law School

Date and Time

October 23, 2012 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM


Open to the public.

No RSVP required


CISAC Central Conf 2nd FLREncina Hall Central, 2nd floor 616 Serra St. Stanford University Stanford, CA 94305

This Panel will examine Proposition 35 (the CASE Act) slated for the November 2012 California Ballot. Californians Against Sexual Exploitation (CASE) hopes to raise awareness of human trafficking and deter traffickers with higher penalties and fines. Critics of Proposition 35 argue that stiffer sentencing is not the core of this complex problem. They defend that efforts should be directed to training police and prosecutors, and funding victim-services providers to protect and enable court proceedings.


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Helen Stacy
Lt. John Vanek
Nancy O'Mally
Cindy Liou
Sgt. Holly Joshi
Kathleen Kim

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