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Mon, Mar 25

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Eldon, Missouri

Human Trafficking Operations

Students will understand why proactive operations play an import role in human trafficking investigations and how to safety conduct the various types of operations. There is also an emphasis on utilizing a victim centered approach and the Special Victims Methodology.

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Time & Location

Mar 25, 2024, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM CDT

Eldon, Missouri, 309 E 2nd St, Eldon, MO 65026, USA

About the event

This course is designed to provide police officers with the signs and indicators of possible human trafficking victims in the course of their every day duties, and how to conduct an initial investigation into this type of crime.

Attendees will learn:

  • How to conduct hotel/motel operations
  • How to conduct casino operations
  • How to conduct truck stop operations
  • How to conduct train, bus and airport operations
  • How to conduct demand reduction operations
  • How to conduct sex offender operations
  • How to conduct Traveler operations
  • How to do street level or "Blade" operations
  • How to ascertain if a party is a victim of human trafficking and best practices for interactions
  • How use a victim centered approach (Special Victims Methodology

Audience: Law Enforcement; Probation & Parole; Medical Personnel, advocates

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