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Parent Group

The purpose of this group is to provide a weekly education and support group for parents of youth to address topics such as: Communication Conflict resolution...

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The purpose of the group is to assist youth to learn more about independent living and provide opportunity to communicate with youth already on their...

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Thank you Two Small Men with Big Hearts London for your generous help and support with a recent move. We are truly grateful for the donation of time and services! Your work and customer service was outstanding!

If you, or someone you know is moving, please consider reaching out to Dan and his team at 519-666-3600.
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3 days ago

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Police urging victims to contact the Human Trafficking Unit at 519-661-5670.Duo facing human trafficking charges recruitment targeted students
Police believe there may be more victims

LONDON, ON (July 17, 2019) – Two people are facing charges following an investigation into allegations of human trafficking stemming from an online ad promoting a “great opportunity” for students to make hundreds of dollars a day.

A complaint was received by police on July 9, 2019, by a 28-year-old who responded to the ad and then ended up involved in sex work. Police are urging any other victims to contact investigators with the Human Trafficking Unit by calling 519-661-5670.

Brady Allan Decoursey (also known as Jamie), 28, and Anna-Lee Rose Giroux (also known as Carla or Pamela), 28, both of London, are jointly charged with the following Criminal Code of Canada offences:

• Trafficking in person by recruiting;
• Financial/material benefits trafficking a person over 18;
• Communicate with anyone for the purpose of obtaining for consideration the sexual services of a person; and
• Advertising another person’s sexual services.

Decoursey has been remanded in custody and Giroux is expected to appear for a bail hearing today.

Anyone with information in relation to this incident or these individuals is asked to call the London Police Service at (519) 661-5670 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Information can also be sent in online anonymously to www.londoncrimestoppers.com
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