This webinar is one of a five-part virtual training series on Effective Strategies to Investigate and Prosecute Labor Trafficking in the U.S. Please join The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and AEquitas for part two of the virtually adapted Effective Strategies to Investigate and Prosecute Labor Trafficking in the U.S. training series: Trauma-Informed Approaches and Interviewing of Labor Trafficking Victims in the U.S.
IACP and AEquitas, funded by the U.S. Department of Justice Office for Victims of Crime, are excited to offer this highly demanded labor trafficking training virtually. Through interactive, peer-to-peer engagement, participants will have the opportunity to engage with subject matter experts on labor trafficking investigation and prosecution strategies happening throughout the country.
This no-cost, five-part, online training series is designed to enable police and prosecutors to proactively identify victims of labor trafficking and effectively investigate and prosecute traffickers using a victim-centered and trauma-informed approach. Participants who attend all five training events can obtain a certificate of completion.
Confirmation of registration and instructions to join the webinar will be sent out by IACP via email after you submit your registration form online. Please note that it may take up to 1 full business day to receive your registration confirmation and access information. You will need to create a free IACP account to access the registration page. This account will be used to access all subsequent webinars, as well as the recording once available, so please make sure to save your login information. IACP membership is not required to obtain an IACP account. Registration for all webinars will close 2 hours before the start of the live event but will reopen at the conclusion of the event for anyone interested in receiving the recording link.
If you have any questions or have not received confirmation of your registration within one business day of your online submission, please email IACP’s Anti-Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance team.