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Human Trafficking Awareness ONLINE

The U. S. Department of State estimates that over 14,000 victims are trafficked into the U.S. annually; more than half of these victims are children. This course will define human trafficking, distinguish between trafficking and smuggling, and review the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 as well as the Arkansas Trafficking Statutes. Victims of trafficking are largely hidden from sight by the nature of their condition, which leads to victims being overlooked when they appear in plain sight. Raising awareness of this hidden problem is a key element for training. This training will describe a victim profile and tactics used for scouting and recruiting victims as well as provide indicators that a person is a victim of trafficking. The course also includes a description of how a victim accepts the lifestyle of a sexually trafficked person. Traffickers will be described using case examples. Officers will also learn how to identify victims and respond to them with a trauma informed approach. The course concludes with information on assistance available and resources for domestic as well as international victims.

TRAINING HOURS: 3 hours

ONLINE DATES:
 

June 14-20, 2017

      Registration ends 12pm (noon) June 13, 2017     

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July 13-19, 2017

     Registration ends 12pm (noon) July 12, 2017 

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August 10-16, 2017

     Registration ends 12pm (noon) August 9, 2017 

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September 14-20, 2017

     Registration ends 12pm (noon) September 13, 2017 

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October 12-18, 2017

     Registration ends 12pm (noon) October 11, 2017 

 

November 8-14, 2017

     Registration ends 12pm (noon) November 7, 2017 

 

December 11-15, 2017

     Registration ends 12pm (noon) December 8, 2017