Valley Billboards to be Implemented in Anti-Human Trafficking Campaign
MCALLEN – An anti-human trafficking campaign kicked off on Friday in Hidalgo County. It's called “Can you see me".
Hidalgo County joined Governor Greg Abbott’s office in this anti-human trafficking campaign.
Five different billboards across the Rio Grande Valley display what human trafficking victims may appear.
This is being done in an effort to have the community help spot potential victims.
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"The #CanYouSeeMe campaign will go a long way to raising awareness of this heinous crime," - County Judge Richard F. Cortez. If you suspect human trafficking report it at (888) 373-7888. @TexasFLCA @GovAbbott @A21 @JudgeCortez @HidalgoCountyDA @NACoTweets @TexasCounties pic.twitter.com/7EtX0Z8i6U— Hidalgo County (@HidalgoCounty) November 22, 2019
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