Human Trafficking in Indian Country presented by National Indian Country Training Initiative
National Indian Country Training Initiative Online Training Announcement
Title: Human Trafficking in Indian Country
Date: 8 January, 2024, 2:45 – 4:00 p.m. EST
The topic of human trafficking in Indian Country encompasses two categories: human trafficking within Indian country and human trafficking of Native American victims. This session will cover investigation and prosecution tactics, strategies and legal arguments from an experienced federal prosecutor who has worked both categories of cases. To illustrate his points, the speaker will outline his work in several significant federal human trafficking prosecutions. The case examples will also highlight how Native American victims may be more vulnerable to crimes of sexual exploitation due to isolation, and high rates of poverty, substance abuse, and sexual abuse.
This training is for federal, state, and tribal criminal justice, social service and health care professionals working on Human Trafficking cases in Tribal communities.
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Non-DOJ Registration Deadline: January 4
You will know the status of your application by January 5