Eight men allege they were victims of human trafficking and forced labor after they were recruited to perform hurricane home repairs on St. Thomas on the promise of earning $2,200 weekly, but were never paid and suffered inhumane working conditions
The public face of sex trafficking in the Virgin Islands showed up on Brookman Road in early August as federal agents closed in on a nightclub operator suspected of harboring migrants to work as prostitutes.
The U.S. Virgin Islands’ 911 call centers, first put in place in 2009, have long sought more bilingual or multilingually proficient operators to help serve the territory’s large Spanish and smaller French Creole-speaking populations. #visource#usvi#news... See MoreSee Less
The U.S. Virgin Islands' 911 call centers, first put in place in 2009, have long sought more bilingual or multilingually proficient operators to help serve the territory's large Spanish and smaller Fr...
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