Annual Prayer Service

Ann Mohr

ATTACKING TRAFFICKING JANUARY PRAYER SERVICE WITH REMARKS
FROM RET. DAVENPORT POLICE VETERAN HANK JACOBSEN


Attacking Trafficking, a local faith-based group dedicated to ending human trafficking, has announced that it will hold a prayer service to end human trafficking on Sunday, January 23, 2PM at St. Alban’s Episcopal Church in Davenport, Iowa. Attacking Trafficking is comprised of local faith groups united in their fight against all forms of human trafficking and to offering help and healing for survivors.
January is Human Trafficking Awareness month.
The prayer service, now in its tenth year, will include remarks from retired Davenport Police Officer Hank Jacobsen. Mr. Jacobsen will talk about how trafficking affects our community, what other crimes are associated with it and why it matters to the public. He will be including information from law enforcement.
Attacking Trafficking will also give a brief overview its 2021 priorities. The group will provide ways community members can engage to help end trafficking in Iowa. For more information, go to Attackingtrafficking.org, check out our Facebook page, or email attackingtrafficking@gmail.com. Reservations are not required. St. Alban’s is located at 3510 W. Central Park Ave., in Davenport.