Human Trafficking Training

New York Adopts New Measures to Combat Human Trafficking
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New York Adopts New Measures to Combat Human Trafficking

For quite some time, the need for more anti-human trafficking laws and action has been readily apparent. After all, studies and data continue to show a rise in human trafficking, rather than a decline. Thankfully, more law enforcement bodies are engaging in sting operations to catch human traffickers, along with their buyers who are equally…

Data protection pilot for human trafficking survivors
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Data protection pilot for human trafficking survivors

Hope for Justice, is working on an ambitious technology pilot that could allow anonymised data about the survivors we help to be shared with other organizations that hold data on the same people, all while protecting the actual individuals. In this video, Hope for Justice’s Enrique Restoy and Callum Harvie explain more about the pilot:…

Hotel/Motel Project combats Grand Island sex, labor trafficking
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Hotel/Motel Project combats Grand Island sex, labor trafficking

Brandon Summers Human trafficking is happening in Grand Island. To combat sex and labor trafficking, the Hotel/Motel Project is relaunching via Grand Island YWCA. The free, 45-minute training is given to local hotels and motels to help their staff to “realize, recognize and respond to human trafficking,” explained Empowerment Programs Coordinator Marissa Cornelius. “We gather…

‘We need to get better’: Idaho State Police (ISP) to hold anti-human trafficking training
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‘We need to get better’: Idaho State Police (ISP) to hold anti-human trafficking training

BOISE — Idaho, like most states, has developed a history of failing the victims of human trafficking. The Idaho Anti-Trafficking Coalition and Shared Hope International are two organizations that have raised questions about the shortcomings in Idaho’s handling of human trafficking and its victims. RELATED | Report: Idaho is failing to protect victims of child…

HHS Awards $497,000 to USM Center for Human Trafficking Research and Training
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HHS Awards $497,000 to USM Center for Human Trafficking Research and Training

Fri, 10/28/2022 – 13:53pm | By: Karelia Pitts The University of Southern Mississippi’s newly established Center for Human Trafficking Research and Training (CHRT) in the School of Social Work was awarded $497,000 for the first year of a five-year demonstration program through the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Administration for Children and…

AG Knudsen and partners from across Montana continue efforts to end human trafficking
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AG Knudsen and partners from across Montana continue efforts to end human trafficking

October 13, 2022 Press Release HELENA – Montana Attorney General Austin Knudsen hosted law enforcement and government officials, criminal prosecutors, and leaders from advocacy groups and private industry in Helena today for the Montana Department of Justice’s third human trafficking symposium. The meeting builds on Attorney General Knudsen’s previous two symposiums and his commitment to…

Free anti-human trafficking training being offered in Lenexa
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Free anti-human trafficking training being offered in Lenexa

LENEXA, Kan. — Human trafficking is a growing problem in the metro, and you can attend a free class to learn more about it. Alison Phillips, who is co-founder of the Human Trafficking Training Center, says traffickers search for people from broken homes, runaways, and drug addicts, and then gain their trust before exploiting them. They can…

Inside human trafficking training | Advertiser-Tribune Sisters In Shelter educate community
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Inside human trafficking training | Advertiser-Tribune Sisters In Shelter educate community

by Taiah Douglas | Oct 08, 2022 8:30 AM  Every year the women-owned nonprofit, Sisters in Shelter, hosts three training programs to create awareness and educate the community on human trafficking. The course is an eight-week program led by the members and founders of Sisters In Shelter, that teaches individuals about the various aspects and systems…

PBJ Learning Marks Two Thousandth Human Trafficking Article
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PBJ Learning Marks Two Thousandth Human Trafficking Article

Vast Human Trafficking Knowledge Vault Hits New Educational Content Landmark By: PBJ Learning AUSTIN, Texas – Oct. 6, 2022 – PRLog — PBJ Learning is proud to announce the release of their 2000th Knowledge Vault article. These curated and catalogued educational articles can be accessed by anyone on the internet for everyone to use as a research tool to learn about…

Secretary of State launches anti-human trafficking training for Mississippi businesses
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Secretary of State launches anti-human trafficking training for Mississippi businesses

Secretary of State Michael Watson speaks at the Neshoba County Fair in Philadelphia, Miss., Thursday, July 28, 2022. A new initiative to combat human trafficking was launched Wednesday by Mississippi Secretary of State Michael Watson and business leaders. The Mississippi Businesses Against Trafficking, or MBAT, program will provide training to businesses and employees on how…