Human Trafficking

HUMAN TRAFFICKING: HT 901

HUMAN TRAFFCICKING: Combating Human Trafficking is everyone's responsibility. This includes law enforcement personnel, educational personnel, medical personnel as well as family, friends, and neighbors. Human Trafficking is an important human rights violation. It is incumbent for attendees to be able to recognize various aspects of abuse, including neglect, sexual and physical abuse, and other forms of maltreatment. Human trafficking is a hidden crime, and the first step to combating it is to identify victims so they can be rescued and help bring their perpetrators to justice. In the course of instruction, participants will be exposed to techniques, tactics and procedures utilized by investigators to detect and prevent and solve the Human Trafficking crisis.

Class Description:

What is Human Trafficking?
Is Human Trafficking a problem in the USA?
Where does the demand come from?
What does a Human Trafficking case look like?
AMP Model
Victims Rights
Search Warrants/Consent Searches
Sex Crime Investigations