Welcome to the Just Ask Prevention Project Website

Welcome to the Just Ask Prevention Project website.  This site is designed by the community, for the community.  We encourage you to get involved in the effort to prevent human trafficking in Northern Virginia.  We welcome your comments, blog postings, invitations to anti-trafficking events and training, original artwork, survivor stories, and descriptions of local efforts you’ve organized to end human trafficking.  Much of the content, such as flyers or fact sheets, can be downloaded from the site; we also have a link to Facebook and Twitter to share information online.

Here’s how the site is organized.  The About, Learn More, and Just Ask pages provide factual information and prevention tips for teens and adults to spot signs of trafficking in your community.  The Get Involved tab offers the following interactive pages:

  • Support the Just Ask Prevention Project – a page with ideas for preventing trafficking in your community and a link to donate funds to a local non-profit that supports our efforts;
  • A calendar for you to submit events that are related to human trafficking prevention, awareness, intervention, or survivor services;
  • Local Initiatives Against Trafficking – descriptions of actions taken by members of the community to increase awareness and prevent trafficking;
  • Art Wall – original designs from teens in NOVA;
  • Poster Wall –  Downloadable Just Ask Prevention Project flyers that can be displayed in your community;
  • Stories – True stories generously shared by Nova victims and survivors to help others avoid a similar trap;
  • Videos – All our site’s videos in one place for your convenience;
  • Get Your Toolkit – A link to the national Polaris Project website toolkit to help students plan anti-trafficking events in their communities.

The News tab is our blog; submit relevant and appropriate content through our Contact Us tab and we can post it to this page. The Resources tab, although not a comprehensive list, provides a starting point if you are looking for additional information about trafficking awareness or victim and survivor services in the NOVA region.  Finally, the Contact Us tab permits you to send us a message and upload relevant files for posting to the site.

We are very pleased to have you visit our website; please coordinate all efforts through FCPDHumanTrafficking@fairfaxcounty.gov

 

Thank you,

Detective Bill Woolf

FCPD Human Trafficking Unit

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