Anti-Human Trafficking Training for Ohio School Personnel
Friday, October 21, 2011 from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
Objectives of the Human Trafficking Training:
To assist in fulfilling responsibilities as mandated reporters.
To offer resources for human trafficking curriculum development.
To discuss the role of prevention presentations for students and parent groups.
To encourage the formation of anti-trafficking student organizations.
To iniatiate networks wihtin school districts to protect chidlren from trafficking.
To encourage partnership with community organizations.
Human Trafficking 101 - Officer Ken Lawson
Law Enforcement Investigations - Detective Aaron Dennis and SA Andrea Kinzig
Role of Socail Service Providers - MIchelle Hannan, Trish Smouse & Jeff Barrows
How to Spot Red Flags - Detective Aaron Dennis & Brent Currence
The Perspective of a Survivor - Theresa Flores & Rev. Penny Stacy
The Role of Prevention, Education & Anti-Human Trafficking Student Organizations - Theresa Flores, Megan Crawford, Stephanie Rapp
When & Where
Central Ohio Rescue and Restore Coalition
Mission: To end Human Trafficking through public awareness, services to trafficked persons, advocacy, and resources and training support to law enforcement.
The Central Ohio Rescue and Restore Coalition was the 21st of its kind to be established in the United States under the guidance of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to assist victims of human trafficking; rescuing victims through increased public and law enforcement awareness and restoring lives through social service support.
Since its inception in July 2007, the coalition has grown to include over 100 members, comprised of both concerned citizens and those who represent social services, faith-based, medical and law enforcement organizations.