Anti Human Trafficking for Law Enforcement
Friday, March 13, 2020
1 – 5 pm
Catalog number: 47-504-466
Class number: TBD
This 4 hour course is designed to provide Law Enforcement Officers with information that will help them understand the scope human trafficking in sexual exploitation of minors and other vulnerable people. Human trafficking by exploiting vulnerable people in labor settings is also discussed.
The course is instructed by a representative of the Wisconsin Regional Anti Trafficking Program.
1. Recognize behavioral and general indicators of sex and labor trafficking.
2. Describe strategies for identification and response.
3. Know the definitions of human trafficking, force, fraud, and coercion, as well as the A.M.P model.
4.Know legal remedies given to domestic and foreign national victims of human trafficking.
5. Describe the services available to victims of human trafficking in Wisconsin.
6. Understand collaboration between advocacy groups and other service providers.
7. Know some physical and mental health concerns for victims of human trafficking.
8. Understand the proper response protocols and process should a victim of human trafficking be identified.
9. Know how to communicate with potential victims of human trafficking, including the proper language to use and not use.
10. Understand how to stay connected to the Wisconsin Regional Anti-Trafficking Program, and other anti-trafficking work in Wisconsin.
11. Effectively understand harm reduction for potential victims of sex and labor trafficking.
This training is appropriate for Patrol Officers, Investigators, and Supervisory Officers. Beverages and an afternoon snack will be provided at the training.
4 hours T&S credit.
Class size will be limited to first 40 registered.
Important - please note:
By enrolling in classes, you agree to be responsible for the payment of related tuition and fees according to the college payment policy. Should you choose not to attend a class, you will need to drop it prior to the day it begins to avoid any charges. Any drops that occur on or after the first day of class will result in tuition charges to your account. Failure to pay your tuition bill can result is suspension of registration and records access, collection agency action and additional collection fees added to your balance.
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