An Educational Forum on Human Trafficking


Hear from the Los Angeles DA’s Office, Torrance PD

                 and a Human Trafficking Survivor



There are 45 million human trafficking victims globally generating $150 billion in annual revenue.


The F.A.I.T.H. Ministry (Freedom And Intervention for Trafficking of Humans) of St. Lawrence Catholic Church is hosting a Human Trafficking Forum to raise awareness of this crime

and to share how to fight this modern slavery.


When:  Saturday, September 30, 2017 — 9:30 am to 12 noon; continental breakfast


Where:  St. Lawrence Parish Hall


Who Should Attend:  Adults and children 15 years of age and older




  • Jane Creighton – LA County District Attorney’s Office


  • Detective Lucas Ryono — Torrance Police Department



  • Tika Thornton – Human Trafficking Survivor and Crisis Response Case Manager with Journey Out. (Journey Out is an L A-based nonprofit fighting for the freedom and survival of sex trafficking or commercial sexual exploitation victims.)



“Human trafficking is an open wound on the body of contemporary society, a scourge upon the body of Christ. It is a crime against humanity.”

Pope Francis



Reserve space by emailing: Indicate “Saving God’s Children” in email subject line and provide names & email addresses of those planning to attend. For questions call (424) 212-6501 or (310) 540-0329 Ext. 380.