The Brookhaven Police Department will be hosting an education session for those interested in learning more about child sex trafficking that is occuring in the Brookhaven area and the State of Georgia.
The event will include a viewing of the 90-minute documentary "8 Days", a film inspired by actual events.
After sneaking to a party with her friends, 16-year-old Amber Stevens goes missing. Forced into the world of sex trafficking, her family and community fight to get her back.
Click here to preview the movie trailer. The movie will be followed by a panel discussion and case study assessment by the DeKalb County Assistant District Attorney's Office.
For more information or questions about this documentary film or event, please contact Greg Chevalier, Director of Outreach, Brookhaven Christian Church: email@example.com or cell phone 678-612-7652.
Please RSVP to attend. Attendance is limited to 120 participants. Doors open at 3:45 p.m. for registration; program begins promptly at 4:00 p.m.
Refreshments and snacks will be served.
Special Thanks to the Rotary Club of Brookhaven and our Non-Profit Partners:
Street Grace - www.streetgrace.org
Georgia Cares - www.gacares.org
StandUp For Kids Atlanta - www.standupforkids.org