Course detail: Human Trafficking Investigations: From Victim Identification to Prosecution
Human Trafficking Investigations: From Victim Identification to Prosecution is a practitioner-led interactive training course for all Kansas-certified law enforcement officers and non-commissioned analysts.
The course is designed to increase recognition and investigative skills in combatting human sex trafficking.
Participants will employ best practices as they identify and respond to any crime involving human sex trafficking from its beginning to its eventual disposition.
Define human trafficking and understand its different forms
Identify the signs and indicators of human trafficking
Identify common venues for trafficking and commercial sex
Discover trafficker culture, advertising, and communication methods
Review countermeasures and tactics used by traffickers
Provide best practices for victim interviews
Examine applicable statutes and elements of criminality
Identify opportunities for corroborative evidence
Develop and implement effective victim support strategies
Identity legal remedies and advocacy for victims
Review case studies
Who Should Attend:
Law enforcement officers who work in or supervise investigations or patrol, including agency executives and heads.
Civilian analysts working for law enforcement agencies.
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Session Information: LE24178Z
The University of Kansas Edwards Campus Jayhawk Global Regents Center 125 12600 Quivira Rd. Overland Park, KS 66213
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