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ANTI-TRAFFICKING IN PERSONS TRAINING
ISI offers domestic and international Anti-Trafficking in Persons Training covering growing problem areas including: Sex Trafficking, DMST (Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking), Child Sex Tourism (CST), Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC), Involuntary Domestic Servitude, Labor Trafficking (Forced Labor, Bonded Labor, Migrant Debt Bondage).
Training can be customized for those who are seasoned professionals or who are new to this arena.
TRAINING OFFERED TO:
Attorneys, Legal Prof.
Dept. of Education
Federal & State Govt.
Health & Human Services
WHY IS TIP TRAINING IMPORTANT?
- A HUMAN PROBLEM, OUR HUMAN RESPONSIBILITY - Victims and exploiters are a horrific and real part our society. Through coordinated training, communities can work together to raise awareness, recognize trafficking and take effective steps to assist those in need while exploiters are brought to justice.
- All victims of human trafficking may sue for lost wages, pain and suffering, and restitution from everyone involved in the trafficking. Legal professionals need to be up to date.
- All investigators and law enforcement officials were required from 2008-2009 to complete training on new criminal laws and mandates for victim protection and anti-trafficking acts. For example, new RICO statues.
- The Trafficking Victims Reauthorization Act requires all organizations that receive US govt. funding to combat human trafficking must train their staff.
- According to the Trafficking Victims Protection Act any government contractor whose employees, sub-contractors or their employees who engage in human trafficking will lose all government funding.
- Governments outside the U.S. need training due to possible sanctions placed against countries that do not comply with the U.S. State Department's annual Trafficking in Persons Report. U.S. Government agencies need to understand TIP and its implications.
- Human trafficking organizations are infiltrating legitimate businesses and putting their staff, customers and executives at numerous civil and criminal risks. If you are part of an organization we advise to have policies and procedures that protect your business or organization from human trafficking incidents and civil liability.
- Due to the PROTECT Act any U.S. Citizen who has sex with a minor while abroad may be prosecuted federally upon their return to the U.S.
- This crime is a high priority for the Department of Justice, Department of State, Department of Labor and other key enforcement organizations.
- Download one of our TIP Training brochures above to find out more.
- Introduction to Human Trafficking
- Legal Overview
- Recent global, federal and state anti trafficking laws that affect agencies
- Investigation & Prosecution Considerations
- Victim Identification & Rescue
- Victim Service Providers
- Immigration Issues
- Interagency Cooperation
- Engaging the Community
(*note* topics deeply expanded per industry and knowledge level)
Those who complete this training session will receive certificates signed by DOJ trained instructors.
Contact ISI for more detail and bookings.
[For law enforcement, legal, govt. & health care agencies]
[For private industry]
"Laster Global & ISI Join Forces to Offer Cross-Agency Trafficking in Persons Training."
Training Sessions Now Available!
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Trafficking in Persons Report 2012
Read the TIP Report from U.S. Department of State.