JACKSON, Mich. (WILX) -- Hotline posters for human trafficking will be on display in Jackson starting Thursday, December 13.
A recent ordinance was passed aimed at helping human trafficking victims by the Jackson City Council.
The ordinance states that certain establishments in the city must display a human trafficking hotline poster.
The places are sexually oriented businesses, any place with a liquor license, hospitals, urgent care centers, high schools and job recruitment centers.
The poster lists an 800 number and a number that people can text to access help.
Not displaying this poster in a visible area at any of the types of businesses listed is a violation of the Code of Ordinances and can result in prosecution for a Misdemeanor.
The council also passed an ordinance that declares human trafficking a public nuisance on November 13, 2018.