Anti-Human Trafficking



UMCPI, in partnership with the Bureau of Justice Assistance, is the national leader in  designing, developing and delivering of anti-human trafficking training.  Since 2007 we have trained over 6,000 professionals in classroom settings, and another 29,000 have successfully completed our online human trafficking awareness course.  We offer specialized trainings for investigators, prosecutors, judges, hotel and casino employees, and Native American communities.

Human Trafficking Resources:

National Human Trafficking Resource Center Hotline information: 1-888-3737-888.

The National Human Trafficking Hotline is a national anti-trafficking hotline serving victims and survivors of human trafficking and the anti-trafficking community in the United States. The toll-free hotline is available to answer calls from anywhere in the country, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, every day of the year in more than 200 languages.

The National Hotline can also be accessed by emailing [email protected], submitting a tip through the online tip reporting form, and visiting the web portal at

Anti Human Trafficking Courses

De-escalation Strategies for Persons with Mental Illness or Behavioral Disorders in Crisis "The importance of this topic is far overdue, great information and well presented. Instructors are experts in their field. All the information was valuable and provides a basis for interacting with people suffering from mental illness or in crisis."

Minneapolis, MN

Advanced Human Trafficking Investigations Training
"Case examples and scope of knowledge from 3 instructors from very different perspectives was helpful. The analyst perspective was a great addition. As an analyst myself, I found it was a necessary inclusion as we are often "left out" of cases by sworn who don't know what we can do or how much we can help!"

Merritt Island, FL

Human Trafficking Training in Indian Country "The trainers have first-hand knowledge “boots on the ground” experience to share. The training on how social media and the internet play a role in human trafficking was very valuable. Being able to see into this world will help me to recognize it in the future."

Albuquerque, NM

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