The summit brings together local, state and national leaders working to eradicate all forms of human trafficking. This will be the second year that the summit is in a virtual format, allowing for more participants regardless of geographical location. This year’s registrants will have an opportunity to participate in presentations from subject-matter experts from across the country, all without needing to travel. Summit attendees will be able to access targeted breakout sessions covering several topics such as:
- Legal and Law Enforcement,
- Service Delivery,
- Policy and Research, and
- Medical and Healthcare.
All content will remain available until April 2022.