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2017 Savannah Traffick Jam: Be the Light of Change to End Human Trafficking
Saturday, January 28, 2017 l 9:00AM - 4:00PM l Savannah State University Student Union Ballroom
Educate our community to understand and recognize the warning signs of hidden crimes.
- Morning and afternoon workshops for all participants.
- Adult continued education credits available for social workers and lawyers.
- 8-Hour technical training for law enforcement.
Engage individuals to be informed reporters
- Human Trafficking 101: understanding the facts, the issues, and how to tackle crimes through reporting.
- Linking business owners, service providers, and concerned citizens with tools and resources.
Empower a united community to end modern day slavery
- Keynote Speaker, Dr. Jonathan Todres, from Georgia State University College of Law to break down the issues of demand impacting our local economy and community safety.
- "What does it take to build a Safe House?" Community action and tools for local leaders to support rescue and rehabilitation.
9am • Doors open to the Public • Student Union
Registration & Information Tables
9:30-10:30am • Event Kickoff • Ballroom A
Welcome by Mr. James E. Scott, Federal Security Director, Transportation Security Administration
Musical Performance by Savannah State University Choir
Keynote Address by Dr. Jonathan Todres, Georgia State University College of Law
10:30-12pm • Breakout Workshop 1
Human Trafficking 101 by Tapestri & Discussion with Expert Panel • Ballroom A
Youth Peer Outreach Presentation & Discussion by Park Place • Ballroom C
12-1pm • Lunch Break & Networking
1-2:15pm • Breakout Workshops 2
What Does it Take to Build a Safe House? Presentation by iCare • Ballroom A
Hotline Signage for Businesses by Savannah Working Against Human Trafficking • Ballroom B
Youth Outreach: Screening & Discussion of CHOSEN by Shared Hope International • Ballroom C
Medical Providers: Supporting Victims by Rebecca Bender Initiative • Conference Room 1
Advocating for Survivors by Christina Iturralde from Kids in Need of Defense • Conference Room 2
Intake & Case Management Systems & Practices Training by Tapestri • Conference Room 3
2:30-3:30pm • Breakout Workshops 3
Research Findings of Misconceptions in Criminal Justice Sector by Dr. Jonathan Grubb • Ballroom A
Restoration to Victims and Survivors in Social Services by Rebecca Bender Initiative • Ballroom B
Youth ArtReach Activity by Shared Hope & Park Place • Ballroom C
Are Our Children at Risk? Practices for School Staff by Georgia Cares • Conference Room 1
Linking Gender Based Violence with Human Trafficking by GLSP • Conference Room 2
3:45pm • Closing Ceremony
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Savannah Interagency Diversity Council
The 2nd annual Savannah Traffick Jam is hosted by the Savannah Interagency Diversity Council (SIDC). The SIDC is a local nonprofit comprised of more than 40 government agencies, nonprofit organizations, and local businesses dedicated to advancing unity within the Metro Savannah area.
Members of the SIDC welcomes new involvement at our monthly meetings and community events. If you would like to receive updates and get involved with the organization, check us out on Facebook or visit our website, www.thesidc.org