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MN hotels keep a sharp eye out for sex trafficking

By Anne Halliwell
ahalliwell@rochestermagazine.com


By the end of the month, Minnesota hotels will be newly equipped to detect the sometimes-subtle signs of sex trafficking.

On Monday, Laura Sutherland, regional manager for Safe Harbor Minnesota, a program of the Minnesota Department of Health, led an hour-long sex trafficking training session at Hilton Home2Suites. The training is now required for all hotels and employees in Minnesota.

By Anne Halliwell
ahalliwell@rochestermagazine.com


By the end of the month, Minnesota hotels will be newly equipped to detect the sometimes-subtle signs of sex trafficking.

On Monday, Laura Sutherland, regional manager for Safe Harbor Minnesota, a program of the Minnesota Department of Health, led an hour-long sex trafficking training session at Hilton Home2Suites. The training is now required for all hotels and employees in Minnesota.

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