In this story reprinted from DHS, a survivor of sex trafficking explains the step by step of how this happened to her.
Research needs to be done to reveal the cause or causes of the slow adoption of fundamental training of law enforcement and immigration officials on human trafficking, especially labor trafficking.
This is a collection of the various state agencies which oversee police training, certification, and continuing education.
These scary tools should only be used to stop truly bad people; they hold a lot of power that could be used against a free people. Be careful what you wish for.
SECRETARY BLINKEN: Good afternoon, everyone. Welcome to all of you and welcome to those tuning in online. This is our Administration’s first meeting of the President’s Interagency Task Force to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons.
Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) approved course, “Law Enforcements Role: Human Trafficking in the State of Texas,” is free.
And it’s four hours.
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Houston Police Human Trafficking Unit Lieutenant Angela M. Merritt spent a few minutes describing how ONE GENERATION can help open adult minds to this epidemic.