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Petitioning Michigan Rescue and Restore Coalition Richard A. Sands, Ret. PI and 7 others

President Barack Obama, U.S. House and Senate Legislators: Please cosponsor support, endorse and pass "H.B. 906 ‘Human Trafficking Reporting Act’

• The Human Trafficking Reporting Act of 2013 will help shine a light on the scourge of modern-day slavery by labeling human trafficking offenses as “Part I violent crimes” for purposes of the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports.
• Part I violent crimes are currently defined to include murder, non-negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault.
• Because grant funding is often tied to the number of Part I violent crimes in a given jurisdiction, this change will encourage law enforcement agencies nationwide to train their officials to detect and deter human trafficking, while helping the public to gain a better understanding of the size and scope of the human trafficking epidemic.
• Most importantly, the Human Trafficking Reporting Act of 2013 will help identify victims of this terrible crime so that they can receive the justice they deserve.
Gb... America and indeed thank you for helping to end/stop modern-day slavery!

Letter to
Michigan Rescue and Restore Coalition Richard A. Sands, Ret. PI
President Barack Obama, U.S. House and Senate Legislators
U.S. House of Representatives
and 5 others
U.S. Senate
Michigan State House
Michigan State Senate
President of the United States
Michigan Governor
Please support, endorse and pass "H.B. 906 ‘Human Trafficking Reporting Act’
Because it's the right thing to do... and
• The Human Trafficking Reporting Act of 2013 will help shine a light on the scourge of modern-day slavery by labeling human trafficking offenses as “Part I violent crimes” for purposes of the FBI’s Uniform Crime Reports.
• Part I violent crimes are currently defined to include murder, non-negligent manslaughter, forcible rape, robbery and aggravated assault.
• Because grant funding is often tied to the number of Part I violent crimes in a given jurisdiction, this change will encourage law enforcement agencies nationwide to train their officials to detect and deter human trafficking, while helping the public to gain a better understanding of the size and scope of the human trafficking epidemic.
• Most importantly, the Human Trafficking Reporting Act of 2013 will help identify victims of this terrible crime so that they can receive the justice they deserve.
Gb... America and indeed thank you for helping to end/stop modern-day slavery!