Advanced Human Trafficking Investigations for Law Enforcement
This 3-day training course is designed for Law Enforcement Officers, Investigators, and Intelligence Analysts. Law Enforcement will train using the Enhanced Collaborative Model and structured case planning to investigate human trafficking cases. This training is based on a trauma-informed and victim-centered investigation philosophy, and a structured case planning approach that is proactive and involve multi-disciplinary centered. This comprehensive anti-human trafficking training program is based on nationally successful curriculum designed and delivered by subject matter experts in their fields, utilizing vetted curricula, complex case studies, learning checks throughout the training, and supported with participant guides.
The course content includes:
- Case analysis and development
- History & overview
- Legal foundations
- Advanced investigation skill development
- Enhanced Collaborative Investigation Model
- Structural case planning
- Pre-operational phase case planning
- Operational phase case planning
- Post-operational phase case planning
- Intelligence cycle and the role of intelligence analysts
- New trends and issues in human trafficking
- Learning the Enhanced Collaborative Model
- Apply an Organized Crime Model
- Appreciate Victim Dynamics and Trauma
This course is 3 days long and a certificate of completion is provided. Some grant funding is available for agencies wishing to host the training, and it is also available as a fee for service class.
To host this training please contact Dennis Cusick at dcusick @umcpi.org or 651-917-2259.
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