He walked 1,000 miles to D.C. Now he’ll walk 900 more to raise awareness about human trafficking.

Broward bailiff Roger DeHart walked with determination last year.

From the Broward courthouse to the front steps of the U.S. Capitol building in Washington, D.C., DeHart, 48, logged 1,065 miles on foot during his “No More Miles” walk, meeting and greeting supporters along the way who had heard about his mission to raise awareness about human trafficking.

DeHart raised $7,000 for his charity, First S.T.O.P, which stands for “Saving Teens and Others from Predators.” And now DeHart is ready to put on his walking shoes again. This time, DeHart is taking a walk along the west coast, from Crescent City to the University of California campus in San Diego.

This journey is shorter than the first, only about 900 miles. But the purpose is the same.

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