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St. Louis County executive seeks $250,000 to fight sex trafficking

St. Louis County executive seeks $250,000 to fight sex trafficking


ST. LOUIS COUNTY • St. Louis County Executive Charlie Dooley is requesting that the County Council approve a $250,000 allocation to combat sex trafficking.

The funds, if approved by County Council, will be drawn as a supplemental appropriation from the general operating fund.

Dooley in a letter delivered to the council Tuesday said the money will go toward the formation of a computer forensic laboratory. It will also be used to hire two forensic examiners.

The County Executive said he will seek $530,000 in the 2015 budget to supplement this year's allocation. 

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Steve Giegerich is a reporter for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch.

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