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'She saw the human behind my lived experience': Police & sex trade survivors build trust in Newfoundland
For decades, the relationship between police, people in the sex trade, and the media has been fraught with mistrust. Over the last 13 months, the Royal Newfoundland Constabulary, an organization called Thrive, and CBC NL have worked together to forge trust. What they’ve accomplished is extraordinary.
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