ICE HSI agents in Maryland fight human trafficking

03/17/2017

Photos courtesy of the Executive Office of the Governor

Photos courtesy of the Executive Office of the Governor

Photos courtesy of the Executive Office of the Governor

Photos courtesy of the Executive Office of the Governor

BALTIMORE, Md. – Two U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents were recognized by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan for their efforts in preventing human trafficking, a form of modern-day slavery in which individuals are forced to provide labor or services, at a ceremony yesterday held at the Maryland State House.

Photos courtesy of the Executive Office of the Governor

Photos courtesy of the Executive Office of the Governor

Special Agent Vaughn Harper and Special Agent Cara Rose, both reporting to the ICE Homeland Security Investigations (HSI) regional office in Baltimore, Maryland, were presented with citations after providing key human trafficking prevention training to thousands of individuals in Maryland representing federal, state and local law enforcement, prosecutors, judges, faith-based groups and governmental and non-governmental organizations...