Developing an effective response for all victims is the most important role of system and community CEOs. Explore who these victims are, and the impact they have on various parts of the system, both individually and collectively. Learn how to leverage existing resources and develop a cost-effective, victim-centered response through strategic community partnerships.
Participants will be provided with CST specific training and technical assistance opportunities. This course is designed specifically for system managers, CEO, and non-profit organizations charged with management of cases involving child victims of sex trafficking (CST) and include: * Commanders/Supervisors for Law Enforcement (Local, State, Federal). * Managers/Supervisors of juvenile departments, probation and parole * District Attorney’s Offices * CPD/DFPS * Community stakeholders (non-profits/advocacy centers)
Upon completion of this training, you will be able to: • Define and identify child victims of trafficking within your area of responsibility • Quantify the impact of your response on your system and community • Identify and leverage resources within the community for a cost-effective victim centered response
* Community Corrections Officer * Court System Personnel * Law Enforcement * Law Enforcement Support * Prosecutors * Social Workers * Tribes/Tribal Partners * Victim Service Providers