Not4$ale Human Trafficking Awareness Initiative


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Current News About Human Trafficking in NC

Tuesday, February 5th, 2019, CFCC’s Phi Theta Kappa, CISL Alliance and Honors Program host a human trafficking forum for CFCC staff, faculty and students, as well as for the community.


WILMINGTON, NC— The Not4$ale Human Trafficking Awareness Initiative, Community Involvement and Service-Learning Alliance, Phi Theta Kappa International Honors Society, and the Honors Program at Cape Fear Community College are pleased to announce an important community
event for high school and college students, parents, faculty, and staff on
Tuesday, Feb. 5, 2019: “Just Ask: Safeguarding our Children and Community from Human Trafficking.” 

Bill Woolf, executive director of Just Ask and a former detective—who directed the Human Trafficking Task Force i
n northern Virginia—is coming back to Cape Fear Community College to
run four 75-minute forums on human trafficking and the safety of young people. 

Local professionals who work in the field will be present throughout the day to provide a local perspective.
Each 75-minute time slot will transition groups of students, faculty, and community members
with Bill Woolf‘s presentation, which repeats four times throughout the day: 9:30 a.m., 11:00 a.m., 12:30 p.m., and 2:00 p.m.

The event will be held in Union Station, U-170 and is free and open to the public.
Parking is available in the L lot, located at the corner of Walnut and 2nd Streets. 

For more information about this event, please contact Kate Santhuff at 910-362-7323. 

Sex trafficking, forced labor, child labor, child sex trafficking and indentured servitude are all forms of human trafficking found in United States. The human traffickingepidemic has reached global proportions with the United States being one of the top destination countries for human trafficking victims. CaliforniaNew York and Texasare the top states for human trafficking but by no means the only states where human trafficking is found. No matter the state or country where it occurs,  human trafficking is a rising global epidemic that needs to be stopped.

North Carolina consistently ranks in the top ten states for human trafficking violations thanks to our agriculture-based economy, our large military and international population, our presence as a travel hub by air, land, or sea, and our never-ending abundance of male-dominated sporting events (NASCAR and football, just to name a few).

If you still need convincing that human trafficking happens in North Carolina, here are recent news articles about human trafficking in our state. (click on the headlines to be directed to the articles)

▪  1/21/19: Arrests for human trafficking in NC

▪ 02/04/16:Suspect led prostitution network from his home near elementary school.

▪ 02/11/16: Marshals arrest Raleigh fugitive in Greensboro on child trafficking charge.

▪ 02/16/16:Cary man gets seven years in prison for human trafficking.

▪ 02/19/16:A Raleigh woman was arrested Thursday on charges of twice prostituting a teenage girl last year.

This article was originally published by Eastern North Carolina Stop Human Trafficking Now.

Contact Information

Kate Santhuff

Educational Partnerships Liaison - Service-Learning Coordinator

North: NB-151
Office: 910.362.7594

Service-Learning Center
Downtown: S-402
Open Mondays and Wednesdays
9-4 except faculty holidays


“Sex Trafficking in the Port City”
A workshop series coming to the downtown Cape Fear Community College Campus.

Wednesday, March 30, 2106
8 a.m. – noon  – Law Enforcement workshop (U-170)

1 – 3 p.m. – Public event and discussion (U-170)

4 – 6 p.m.  – Educator event (L-107)