Before Jon Principe opened Kenosha Tattoo Company, he served as a Racine police officer for 14 years and worked on the human trafficking task force. Principe has started a human trafficking task force of his own, so to say, at Kenosha Tattoo Company, by offering free cover ups to victims of this unthinkable crime.
According to Kenosha Tattoo Company’s website, “Often times victims of human trafficking are subject to embarrassing tattoos by their traffickers to establish dominance over them. With any law enforcement referral we will provide a free cover up tattoo to assist in the healing process and next step in the new life free from their traffickers.”
Kenosha Tattoo Company has been helping human trafficking victims since the shop opened in June of this year. In a recent interview, Principe told WTMJ-TV Milwaukee, “we get tears of joy every time we do it. We do it because you can see the relief.”
To qualify for a free cover-up, victims must be referred by a local police department or other organization that is helping them transition out of trafficking.
For more information, visit https://kenoshatattoocompany.com/
Kenosha Tattoo Company
3012 30th Ave, Kenosha, Wisconsin 53144, United States