The Crime of Human Trafficking: Roll-Call Training Video

A three-part roll-call training video that provides law enforcement and their partners with information to effectively identify and respond to human trafficking crimes.

Target Audience: Law enforcement officers

Overall Objective: To provide law enforcement and their criminal justice partners with information to effectively identify and respond to human trafficking crimes.

Includes: A three-part roll-call training video and discussion guide. 

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Segment 1: Defining the Crime
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Open to view video. This first segment of the Crime of Human Trafficking Roll-Call Training Video discusses the definition of Human Trafficking, the differences between trafficking and smuggling, and the traumatic effects trafficking has on victims.
Segment 2: Identifying and Responding
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Open to view video. The second segment of the Crime of Human Trafficking Roll-Call Training video explains how traffickers exploit humans for labor or services in a wide variety of forms and locations. Due to the covert nature of the crime, human trafficking will likely come to attention indirectly. This video addresses the best ways to identify and respond to these crimes.
Segment 3: Investigating and Interviewing
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Open to view video. The third segment of the Crime of Human Trafficking Roll-Call Training video discusses what crimes might indicate human trafficking has occurred, and the best way to get the information about a human trafficking operation. It is important for officers to be able to put victims at ease and allow them to tell their story. There are many avenues for legal assistance and visa provisions under federal law that may be available to victims of human trafficking.
IACP Credit Hours and Certificate of Attendance
Live Viewing: 0.50 IACP Credit Hours credits and certificate available
Live Viewing: 0.50 IACP Credit Hours credits and certificate available