CLESF announces another community educational forum on February 4, 2023 at the Camano Island Multi-Purpose Building 141 N. East Camano Drive, beginning at 3:00 pm. The Forum is FREE. This forum will highlight the intersectionality between global human trafficking and domestic human trafficking with an emphasis on the high-level attraction through social media and activities involving an increase in youth who are being trafficked. The goal of the forum is increasing the awareness and prevention of human trafficking through education of parents, family, friends, and youth themselves.


  • Date: 2/4/2023 03:00 PM
  • Location: 141 E Camano Dr, Camano, WA, USA (Map)
  • More Info: Camano Island Multi-Purpose Building

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Seating may be limited - persons wishing to attend are encouraged to register at the CLESF web site link shown below.

This forum will highlight the intersectionality between global human trafficking and domestic human trafficking with an emphasis on the high-level attraction through social media and activities involving an increase in youth who are being trafficked. The goal of the forum is increasing the awareness and prevention of human trafficking through education of parents, family, friends, and youth themselves.

Camano Law Enforcement Support Foundation is privileged to present three distinguished presenters with a great deal of expertise in investigating and prosecuting human trafficking cases as well as providing education and resources to teach human trafficking survivors life and professional skills to move forward in a more normal life.

INSTRUCTORS

Lynda Buehring – retired as Homeland Security Investigations Supervisory Special Agent after thirty-two years with oversight of the Seattle Human Trafficking Unit.

Joe Davidson – retired FBI Supervisory Special Agent with thirty years of service including managing the San Francisco Violent Crime and Major offenders Program including crimes against children.

Matthew Fairfax – brings twenty-five years of experience in all aspects of human resources and skills teaching life and professional skills to human trafficking survivors in SE Asia, and currently to Northwest.

The CLESF mission is to support programs and activities of the Island County Sheriff’s Department and State Park Rangers on Camano Island. Additionally, the Foundation assists and promotes the education of Camano Island residents in public safety and programs that help law enforcement on Camano Island. The Foundation, a 501(c)3 IRS approved non-profit organization, operates as a non-partisan organization for the benefit of all the citizens of Camano Island.

While CLESF always accepts monetary contributions and donations, the biggest need is for the time and energy of likeminded people to support the Foundation’s work as volunteers/members.

Seating is limited, we recommend you register online at clesfoundation@gmail.com.  Admission is FREE.