Human Trafficking Resources
The following Truckers Against Trafficking video includes an informative, unifying, and grounded perspective with a terrific insight into the current state of human trafficking and how we can all make a difference:
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The Department of Homeland Security’s Blue Campaign.
Human trafficking is one of our country’s largest growing – and most heinous – crimes. To help increase awareness of this crime and learn how to recognize and report it, we wanted to make sure you had some of our newest (and as always, free!) resources available at: https://www.dhs.gov/blue-campaign/library.
You can download, print, and share our resources within your building or community, at events, or on social media. Some of our newer resources include:
• “Second Look” Public Service Announcement
• “What is Human Trafficking“ Infographic and Animated Video
• “What Does Human Trafficking Look Like?” Posters
A guidebook for law enforcement officers on best practices when responding to victims of crime, including human trafficking
Online presentation on how to develop a successful crisis response in your community. This presentation is intended for use by a variety of key stakeholders, including law enforcement officials, service providers, legislators, community groups and others.
During the period between January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2015, callers representing law enforcement agencies made total of 664 substantive calls to the NHTRC hotline.
Human Trafficking Three Part Roll-Call Training Video
http://www.theiacp.org/Police-Response-to-Violence-Against-Women (Can only be found online)
This roll call training video is broken down into three segments, Defining the Crime, Identifying and Responding, and Investigating and Interviewing. Discussion questions to accompany the roll call training video can be found here: http://www.theiacp.org/portals/0/pdfs/DiscussionQuestions.pdf.
VITA is a unique tool using audio messages that allows law enforcement officials to provide a level of basic assistance to victims of human trafficking.
A toolkit for law enforcement personnel explaining U-Visa application processes and forms
The Human Trafficking Task Force e-Guide is an online resource that provides practical information on the creation and day-to-day operations of human trafficking task forces, with updated case exam
An online training for service providers and law enforcement working with foreign national minor victim of trafficking
Additional Bureau of Justice Assistance and the International Association of Chiefs of Police Resources:
Enhancing Law Enforcement Human Trafficking Task Force Operations Project
This project provides law enforcement related training and technical assistance to BJA/OVC-funded task forces.
Child Sex Trafficking: A Training Series for Frontline Officers Toolkit
The toolkit contains a series of training videos depicting sworn law enforcement officers demonstrating alternative responses to different types of scenarios involving child sex trafficking. Includes pre-training instructions for supervisors, discussion guide, tip card, fact sheet, indicator list, glossary of terms and a pull-out 11 x 17 poster with fillable field for local point of contact for referrals.
Child Sex Trafficking: A Training Series for Frontline Officers Online Training
The online training course was developed for law enforcement officers on how to recognize and respond to child sex trafficking and is built on the videos from the toolkit.
Template Presentation on Child Sex Trafficking
Template presentation on child sex trafficking for law enforcement to utilize in developing training that incorporates the toolkit and training video series. This presentation is customizable to their local jurisdiction.
This guide aims to assist law enforcement leaders in adopting effective multidisciplinary approaches to address child sex trafficking in their community.
This guide includes information on federal law, tools for identification, investigation and response and resources for victim assistance.
Additionally, be sure to visit https://traffickingresourcecenter.org/audience/law-enforcement for more information on law enforcement resources to combat Human Trafficking.