Training Webinars

Missing and Abducted College Students

The purpose of this webinar is to introduce the viewer to the vulnerability of college students as potential targets of abductions and of being a missing person. It will be specifically targeting campus law enforcement, campus administrators, and other campus stakeholders as the intended audience. The webinar will focus on three case studies which are the basis for federal law. The webinar will also discuss obstacles to reporting and investigating cases of missing persons as well as initial steps in the investigative process. The impact to Institutions of Higher Education and ways in which to encourage preventative education and “target hardening” will also be explored.

Project STARFISH: Sex Trafficking Awareness for Schools

This webinar will provide the participants with information regarding a specific school-focused sex trafficking awareness website. The information presented will include a review of current awareness programs for school aged youth and details about the development and use of this website, "". Examples of sample policies for schools and tools for key members of school communities will be included.

Prosecuting Sex Traffickers: Trial Preparation

This webinar is designed to assist prosecutors and investigators who are preparing child sex trafficking cases for trial. We will discuss preparing a case for trial, charging decisions, expert witnesses, and defense strategies. Trafficking cases require thorough case preparation of complex evidence. Analyzing potential charges early in the case allows for the collection of evidence and the consideration of what witnesses are required. Expert witnesses are necessary to help the jury understand both pimp subculture and victim issues. Anticipating defense strategies helps prosecutors stay focused on their case to achieve a successful prosecution.

Prosecuting Sex Traffickers: Strategies for Witnesses in Child Sex Trafficking and Exploitation Cases

During this webinar, you will learn how to prepare child sex trafficking cases for trial and how to effectively work with witnesses, including issues of delayed disclosure and complicity. Working with victims, witnesses, and accomplices requires an understanding of the recovery process and bridging gaps with people who have little trust for law enforcement or the prosecution process.

2017 Youth Experiences Survey: Studying Homeless Youth and their Experiences with Human Trafficking

Gather information regarding the risks and resiliencies of homeless young adults (ages 18 to 25) with a specific focus on sex and labor trafficking experiences. Learn about the issues facing homeless young adults including their medical and mental health needs, family relationships, and childhood maltreatment. Leverage new knowledge about sex and/or labor trafficking experiences of homeless young adults in Arizona.

Child Abduction Response Team (CART) Overview

Thinking of starting a Child Abduction Response Team (CART) in your jurisdiction? Learn how building a CART can assist in the search and recovery of an abducted or endangered child. During this webinar, you will learn about the guidelines for developing, implementing, and sustaining a CART program within your community, and examine the CART certification process for agencies and CART programs pursuing formal certification.

Partners and Resources During an AMBER Alert

When activating an AMBER Alert, the investigating agency relies upon their partners and stakeholders to share the abducted child's information to the public and assist in locating the child. During this webinar, you will learn about the multiple partners, stakeholder groups, and resources available to law enforcement during the AMBER Alert activation process and how they may be able to assist.

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