(Hillsboro) The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with Crisis Aid International to help protect the youth of the area. A program created by Crisis Aid known as the “Children’s Anti-Exploitation Partnership Program (CAPP), the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is providing space at the East Zone office in Imperial that will be staffed with Crisis Aid International advocates for parents and children who are identified as at-risk for trafficking and online exploitation. Lieutenant Colonel Tim Whitney says teaming with this group will be a great thing for the area.
Lieutenant Colonel Whitney attended several meetings with the group while forming the partnership.
For more information on Crisis Aid International and its services, you can contact them at (314) 714-8229 or go to crisis aid dot org.