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April: Private Poker Tournament at the Orleans Casino
50% of the entry ticket goes to AIP.
Date: To Be Announced
50% of the entry ticket goes to AIP
CONGRATULATIONS TO EVERYONE ON ANOTHER SUCCESSFUL AIP EVENT & THANK YOU FOR YOUR SUPPORT
Please join us for a wonderful afternoon at the beautiful Anne Fontaine Boutique at The Forum Shops at Ceasar's. Enjoy Champagne and Sweets.
All for a good cause - a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Awareness Is Prevention.
JOIN US FOR A PRIVATE SCREENING OF THIS FEATURE FILM
April 5th, 6:30 pm Brenden Theatres at The Palms Casino
Where: Student Union Theater at UNLV located at 4505 S. Maryland Parkway between Flamingo and Tropicana. It's the big silver building across the street from Einstein Bagels. The theater is on the first floor. Feel free to bring spouses or friends.
The Screening of the film "The Track" will be shown as a Fundraiser for Awareness Is Prevention. The Track was filmed in Las Vegas showing the tragic side of sex trafficking. Directed by Brett Levner from UNLV Film Department.
Please Join Us February 4th from 2-7 PM
ALL PROCEEDS GO TO AIP 501 (C)-3
Meet & Greet with the Actors; Q&A Included. Just added, includes entry into Ghost Bar
Minimum Donation: $30
Delicious Hors d'oeuvres, Champagne and Wine.
exquisite Fashion and a great opportunity to mingle and meet new friends.
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
Awareness is Prevention, Not Just Words.
Las Vegas, NV- April 23, 2015 - "Awareness is Prevention" (AIP) a non-Profit organization dedicated to mitigating Human Trafficking, has sponsored two, 16-hour courses in "Advanced Law Enforcement Human Trafficking" for the Las Vegas Metro Police Department (LVMPD) in April. The AIP sponsored courses were presented by former FBI Agent Greg Bristol and not open to the general public. The course has been qualified for Police Officer Standards & Training (POST) certification which can be noted in the Officer's training records. This is the first class of this kind presented in Clark County. It drew over 65 attendees who are now certified on how to spot the difference in crimes involving domestic servitude versus employment disputes, and how to possibly save a person from sex trafficking rather than making an arrest for illicit sex crimes. Often a Trafficked person will at first deny an affiliation with a trafficker through fear of being harmed or exposing her/his family to retribution. By learning subtle signs, the arresting officer may be able to use existing laws to protect the victim and gather intelligence that will bring the traffickers
to justice. This type of training course offered through AIP may result in saving lives and disrupting Trafficking rings across the country. Awareness is Prevention is not just words; its meaningful collaboration with LVMPD is an effort to keep all of us safe in our communities.
Many others within our communities can benefit from AIP's modified versions of the course. It will help to identify, and possibly save, trafficked persons. Those benefiting from the training include health care workers, public security personnel in all of our local resort casinos, school officials and various houses of worship. Please contact AIP for information on getting involved with arranging age appropriate training and events that may result in freeing someone from either sex trafficking slavery or employment trafficking situations.
AIP will be glad to discuss concerns you have with the gravity of the situation in your area.
Contact: Ken Walther: email@example.com
May: Anne Fontane Event at Ceasar's Forum Shops
Date: To Be Announced
20% of the proceeds from all sales go to AIP.