Online Introduction to Human Trafficking
This 4-hour introduction to human trafficking course, updated in 2016, has two parts and is available online. Upon completion, students can self-generate a training certificate representing 4 training contact hours. The classes can be imported into an agency’s existing Learning Management System if desired.
Class 1 - Awareness of Human Trafficking
This class is an overview of the problem of human trafficking in the United States. It emphasizes understanding the scope of the problem and the legal framework in place to help address it.
Class 2 - Responding to Human Trafficking
This class is an overview of the basics of law enforcement response to human trafficking situations. It emphasizes adopting a victim centered approach to achieve successful conclusions in trafficking cases, to include victim rescue/care and trafficker prosecution.
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