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Vegas Could Shine Image by Fighting Human Trafficking, Epidemic Made Worse by Covid-19

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-Presence of a third party (pimp/trafficker) appearing to be monitoring a hallway or door

-Guest is overly concerned with surveillance cameras or entrance policies

-Someone is dropped off and visits for 30 minutes - 1 hour only - or someone waits for that person on property or in the parking lot

-Abandoned or locked out young adults on property

-Sales flyers left behind that detail suspicious magazine sales tactics

There is real opportunity for change here - hotel chains don't need to continue the winking-and-nodding .It is. time for all hotel chains - as well as lesser known and smaller hotels -- to introduce strict policies for their hotels for identifying and stopping suspected sex trafficking going on in their rooms. We hope there is oversight against giving such locations PPP's -- payroll protection from Congress-- for allowing human trafficking. As for bystanders who may come into contact with traffickers, turning a blind eye cannot be an option. It's time for justice to run its course, and for Nevada to be a national model in reform against enabling of prostitution and modern-day slavery. Call the local authorities and report it.

There must be bipartisan legislative work and law enforcement action to protect against prostitution as well as punishment of the traffickers -- and the key enablers, including the hotels.

Robert Weiner was Clinton and Bush White House National Drug Policy spokesman, spokesman for the House Government Operations Committee, and senior staff for Four-Star General barry McCaffrey, Congressmen John Conyers, Charles Rangel, Ed Koch, Claude Pepper, and Sen. Edward Kennedy. Zachary Filtz is Senior Policy Analyst for Robert Weiner Associates and Solutions for Change.

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