Hiding in Plain Sight; Human Trafficking 101 When most people think of sex trafficking victims; they imagine a movie scene or the stereotypical image of kidnapping, duct tape and chains. Using real life experiences, you’ll begin to see how trafficking has many faces and can look very different based on where you live. What is force, fraud, and coercion and what defines commercial sex. Addiction / Sex Trafficking & Recovery from Both- A Personal Story Emmy will walk the audience through her personal story. This is an informative session that is very unique and focuses on how addiction, trafficking, and recovery all blend together; connecting the dots. The audience will also gain insight on a variety of resources; how to prevent the complexities of trafficking and addiction in your own community.
Trafficking: Not an Isolated Crime In this session, attendees will walk away with the following information: - Research from psychology and law enforcement - Global and local statistics - Tips to identify if trafficking has taken place by exploring federal definitions - Develop protocol response for what to do if you suspect exploitation
Medical Professionals: Identifying Trauma & Warning Signs of Sex Trafficking in Patient Care Doctors, nurses, PA's, and any other medical staff are in unique positions to witness the signs of trauma and sex trafficking. During this training, medical professionals will: - Learn to identify common physical and emotional patterns of trafficking victims. - Outline protocol for patient dialogue and care when abuse is suspected. - Understand the connections and dynamics of drug abuse, trauma and sex trafficking. - Be equipped to report suspicious activity to law enforcement and/or proper authorities in an effective manner.
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