Crimes and Times is a live streaming news talk show hosted by Retired FBI Special Agent in Charge Michael Tabman. Crime, violence, terrorism, organized crime, fraud, national security, intelligence, and political crimes with guest experts in their field will be discussed.
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On Thursday, August 31, Dottie Laster will be the expert guest on Crimes and Times discussing and answering questions about human trafficking.
Heidi Search Center Executive Director, Dottie Laster, brings years of experience in combatting global human trafficking to the intersection of missing persons. Her work continues to bring results and she is available nationally for presentations and training.
She is the co-founder of the San Antonio, Texas Coalition Against Human Trafficking and the past Administrator of the Orange County, California Human Trafficking Task Force and has successfully written millions in grants to assist children and victims of human trafficking. Currently, Laster is the Anti-Trafficking Coordinator with the Bernardo Kohler Center as an accredited representative recognized by the Bureau of Immigration Appeals to practice immigration law under BKC.
Laster has served as technical advisor and/or producer of TV and movie projects for all major networks, and several motion picture production companies, and has worked with noted celebrities to raise funds and awareness about the issue of human trafficking.
Dottie Laster is featured in the documentary on sex trafficking in Latin bars and cantinas, The Cantinera, and her direct rescue work will be the subject of the MSNBC Documentary, Sex Slaves: Texas Rescue. She is the recipient of several human rights awards and has been featured in numerous publications including recent issues of Texas Monthly, Town Hall, and MORE Magazine.