Breaking News

FDA Roundup: October 4, 2022 Strengthening Alliances in the Pacific – U.S. and Japan Conduct 15th Information Technology Forum Governor Cooper Proclaims October Cybersecurity Awareness Month, Warns of Hurricane-Related Scams Holland America Line's Special 150th Anniversary Crossing is a Celebration of the Brand's Journey Gov. Wolf Reminds Older Pennsylvanians of Upcoming 2023 Medicare Open Enrollment Period, Free Insurance Counseling Available through PA MEDI  NSF congratulates laureates of the 2022 Nobel Prize in physics | NSF Impacket and Exfiltration Tool Used to Steal Sensitive Information from Defense Industrial Base Organization CBP Officers Seize over $300,000 in Methamphetamine at the Eagle Pass Port of Entry
Albuquerque, NM – This week, prosecutors and special agents from the Office of the Attorney General joined the Bureau of Indian Affairs, tribal law enforcement agencies, service providers and the Coalition to Stop Violence Against Native Women (CSVANW) to combat human trafficking on Native American lands in New Mexico. The working conference, Sex Trafficking in Indian Country, demonstrates the critical importance of federal, state and tribal entities working together with service providers to attack human trafficking and protect victims on tribal lands in New Mexico.

Source link