Human Trafficking Training for Airport Professionals
June 22 | 1-5 p.m. ET | LIVE ONLINE TRAINING
Airport employees are on the frontlines of the fight to end human trafficking. Recent data suggests that more than 60% of trafficking victims move through airports during the course of their exploitation, yet identification of these victims remains remarkably low. This course will equip frontline workers with tools and resources they need to better understand human trafficking and be responsive to suspected cases.
At the end of the course, attendees will be able to:
• Define human trafficking and how it presents itself domestically in the United States, specifically in an airport environment
• Identify red flags and warning signs of potentially trafficked or sexually exploited persons
• Understand the impact of human trafficking on the individual as well as community
• Manage immediate needs for potential victims of human trafficking in a safe manner
• Implement proper safety planning and response to suspected victim of human trafficking or sexually exploited person
• Refer victims to appropriate resources for intervention
• Understand what resources are available to the airport employee, security personnel, law enforcement, or other professionals to further aid in the identification, response, and intervention to a suspected instance while in an airport environment
• Understand the importance of reporting and address concerns regarding liability (“what if I am wrong” mentality)
Who should attend?
• Any employee that may have contact with travelers
• Administrative employees
• Curbside employees/Skycaps
• Janitorial services
• Security personnel
• Law enforcement*
We are pleased to announce a special training track for LEO and Security personnel. Our very first class will be hosted on the back end of the ACE LEO Virtual Review Course this upcoming August.
Please note – attendance in this training is by invitation only. This course is intended only for law enforcement/security professionals as it will include information, tactics, and techniques that are law enforcement sensitive.
For more details on this course, contact email@example.com.