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San Francisco police say Special Victims Unit to investigate more cases for evidence of human trafficking
The need to focus investigations on cases of suspected human trafficking was one of the key reasons for the reorganization of the San Francisco Police Department’s Special Victims Unit starting this week, the captain in charge of the new office said.
Listen to reporter Jason Winshell interviewed Monday on KQED-FM about this story:
Sanctuary policy at issue
Attention to labor trafficking
About the Author
Jason Winshell is photo editor of the Public Press. He also reports and does data analysis. The focus of his art is social documentary photography. In 2010, he was nominated for the SFMOMA SECA award. He has published a book of 45 color photographs about life in San Francisco, “Street.”