Just Ask Prevention Project Walk/Run for Freedom

Please join us as the “Just Ask Prevention Project” will host the first annual Walk/Run for Freedom this Saturday morning, June 3, at the Fairfax County Government Center, 12000 Government Center Parkway, from 8:00 to 10:30.

The event is being presented in conjunction with student clubs from three local high schools and a middle school. We have over 400 registered participants so far, including teens, concerned adults, and families. Please join us and help raise awareness about human trafficking in Northern Virginia.
Here’s a link to the registration page, which includes further details: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/just-ask-walkrun-for-freedom-tickets-32996866516


“Just Ask” is a non-profit organization created by detectives from the Fairfax County Police Department as a collaborative of County agencies, schools, and community leaders to help educate and raise awareness about human trafficking in Northern Virginia.  “Just Ask” routinely provides training to youth, parents, and community members on the realities and dangers of human trafficking; as well as providing effective methods of prevention, in coordination with law enforcement efforts to combat the issue.  As a direct result of these efforts, The Fairfax County Police Department has been able to rescue and recover victims as well as identify and prosecute traffickers in state and federal court for violations of human trafficking laws.

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