Warhorse and its parent company, Ho-Chunk Inc., say they’re working to stop human trafficking before it begins.
[Last] week, they held training sessions with over 100 employees who will eventually be working in their new hotels and casinos in Nebraska.
Rachael Johnson, director of government affairs for Ho-Chunk, said they want to work with members of the community to help their staff be better prepared to identify and stop trafficking.
“Because as much as we hate to think that it’s happening here in our communities, unfortunately it is,” she said. “It’s something that impacts a lot of individuals, and especially missing, murdered, and Indigenous individuals, and that’s something we take very seriously.”