Some Roman Catholic nuns from Kalamazoo are working to prevent human trafficking in Indianapolis during the Super Bowl.
The Kalamazoo Gazette reports that the Congregation of the Sisters of St. Joseph and other nuns contacted more than 200 hotels in the Indianapolis area to offer brochures and ask if staff were trained in detecting child prostitution and human trafficking.
Sister Mary Ellen Gondeck says half of the hotels asked for information and many sought training.
She says many rooms under one name or a request for many towels could be signs of suspicious activity.
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