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  • Vicki Siedow
    Special Announcement Holiday Early-Bird Registration Discount Expires today Human Trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world. The criminals who
    Message 1 of 4 , Jan 7, 2008
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      Special Announcement



      Holiday Early-Bird Registration Discount Expires today


      "Human Trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world. The criminals
      who operate in the sale of human capital use complex methods to capture and
      hold victims, infiltrate or take advantage of corporate-type business
      environments or facilities, and reap extensive profits. Under the new
      Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) organizations have a legally
      enforceable responsibility to recognize and protect human trafficking
      victims.



      The TVPA is an extremely victim-oriented law, with "razor-sharp teeth." In
      many instances, when they are in conflict, it supersedes other areas of the
      law such as immigration violations. It provides for rescue of victims,
      access to civil courts and compensation for their pain, suffering and lost
      wages. The TVPA also provides prosecution of all parties involved in the
      scheme of human trafficking, EVEN IF THEY MAY BE INVOLVED UNKNOWINGLY, makes
      prosecuting this crime a high priority for local and federal law
      enforcement, and increases criminal sentences up to a life term.



      Businesses must take a multi-faceted proactive approach to protect
      themselves from human traffickers. Industries and companies at higher risk
      of exposure include restaurants, hotels/motels, multi-national corporations,
      any government contractors or their sub contractors, cleaning contractors,
      universities, landscapers, developers, hospitals, transportation providers,
      apartment owners, real estate management companies, religious organizations
      and others.

      S.T.R.I.K.E. Force Training is pleased to announce its new schedule of
      courses for 2008. We provide:



      * Multiple levels of professional training on human slavery and
      trafficking
      * Consultation services
      * Public speaking
      * Expert witness testimony
      * Litigation support
      * Risk assessment
      * Program evaluation

      Organizations or individuals that need educational awareness, staff training
      and/or in-field professional training include law enforcement personnel,
      investigators, social service providers, shelters, health care
      professionals, home owners associations, Chambers of Commerce, lawyers,
      ministries, international travelers, educators, government contractors,
      business consultants and others .

      Any organization that has workers should be aware of the human trafficking
      laws, violations and victim protections. Government contractors or
      sub-contractors whose employees or deployed dependants participate in human
      trafficking activities may cause their company to lose its federal
      contracts, face federal investigations, civil law suits, and/or extremely
      negative public relations consequences. Organizations must be proactive in
      creating an environment that is secure from infiltration by practitioners of
      modern slavery.

      A couple of many examples of how trafficking can lurk in any organization
      include a boys choir that traveled throughout the United States singing in
      churches. They earned their trafficker hundreds of thousands of dollars in
      donations and appearance fees while he held them captive, forced them to
      perform without food or rest, and provide physical labor on his Texas farm.
      He forced them to sleep in a livestock barn. Another example took place on
      the West Coast where a 13 year old girl was prostituted in hotels and motels
      on a regular "circuit" for a period of a year and a half. She was paraded
      at conferences, sporting events, amusement parks, and restaurants to induce
      buyers and to generate word of mouth advertisement for her traffickers.
      Human trafficking occurs in all states and countries; it affects men, women,
      and children and is estimated to net criminals $9.5 Billion annually.

      Visit our website at www.strikeforcetraining.org
      <http://clicks.aweber.com/y/ct/?l=MwGqF&m=1eec6tZw3Q8X9r&b=f0cyupQEuJKhooOaF
      ZnkMQ> to gain insights or to select the training or service that fits your
      organization's needs and register for upcoming programs."





      2522 Chambers Road, Ste. 110, Tustin, CA 92780, USA


      To unsubscribe or change subscriber options visit:
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    • bobbywillis007
      ... criminals ... capture and ... business ... new ... legally ... trafficking ... teeth. In ... areas of the ... victims, ... and lost ... in the ...
      Message 2 of 4 , Jan 7, 2008
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        --- In infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com, "Vicki Siedow"
        <SiedowAndAssociates@...> wrote:
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > I WOULD LIKE TO GO WHAT IS THE COST FOR THIS TRAINING.
        >
        >
        >
        > Special Announcement
        >
        >
        >
        > Holiday Early-Bird Registration Discount Expires today
        >
        >
        > "Human Trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world. The
        criminals
        > who operate in the sale of human capital use complex methods to
        capture and
        > hold victims, infiltrate or take advantage of corporate-type
        business
        > environments or facilities, and reap extensive profits. Under the
        new
        > Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) organizations have a
        legally
        > enforceable responsibility to recognize and protect human
        trafficking
        > victims.
        >
        >
        >
        > The TVPA is an extremely victim-oriented law, with "razor-sharp
        teeth." In
        > many instances, when they are in conflict, it supersedes other
        areas of the
        > law such as immigration violations. It provides for rescue of
        victims,
        > access to civil courts and compensation for their pain, suffering
        and lost
        > wages. The TVPA also provides prosecution of all parties involved
        in the
        > scheme of human trafficking, EVEN IF THEY MAY BE INVOLVED
        UNKNOWINGLY, makes
        > prosecuting this crime a high priority for local and federal law
        > enforcement, and increases criminal sentences up to a life term.
        >
        >
        >
        > Businesses must take a multi-faceted proactive approach to protect
        > themselves from human traffickers. Industries and companies at
        higher risk
        > of exposure include restaurants, hotels/motels, multi-national
        corporations,
        > any government contractors or their sub contractors, cleaning
        contractors,
        > universities, landscapers, developers, hospitals, transportation
        providers,
        > apartment owners, real estate management companies, religious
        organizations
        > and others.
        >
        > S.T.R.I.K.E. Force Training is pleased to announce its new
        schedule of
        > courses for 2008. We provide:
        >
        >
        >
        > * Multiple levels of professional training on human slavery
        and
        > trafficking
        > * Consultation services
        > * Public speaking
        > * Expert witness testimony
        > * Litigation support
        > * Risk assessment
        > * Program evaluation
        >
        > Organizations or individuals that need educational awareness,
        staff training
        > and/or in-field professional training include law enforcement
        personnel,
        > investigators, social service providers, shelters, health care
        > professionals, home owners associations, Chambers of Commerce,
        lawyers,
        > ministries, international travelers, educators, government
        contractors,
        > business consultants and others .
        >
        > Any organization that has workers should be aware of the human
        trafficking
        > laws, violations and victim protections. Government contractors or
        > sub-contractors whose employees or deployed dependants participate
        in human
        > trafficking activities may cause their company to lose its federal
        > contracts, face federal investigations, civil law suits, and/or
        extremely
        > negative public relations consequences. Organizations must be
        proactive in
        > creating an environment that is secure from infiltration by
        practitioners of
        > modern slavery.
        >
        > A couple of many examples of how trafficking can lurk in any
        organization
        > include a boys choir that traveled throughout the United States
        singing in
        > churches. They earned their trafficker hundreds of thousands of
        dollars in
        > donations and appearance fees while he held them captive, forced
        them to
        > perform without food or rest, and provide physical labor on his
        Texas farm.
        > He forced them to sleep in a livestock barn. Another example took
        place on
        > the West Coast where a 13 year old girl was prostituted in hotels
        and motels
        > on a regular "circuit" for a period of a year and a half. She was
        paraded
        > at conferences, sporting events, amusement parks, and restaurants
        to induce
        > buyers and to generate word of mouth advertisement for her
        traffickers.
        > Human trafficking occurs in all states and countries; it affects
        men, women,
        > and children and is estimated to net criminals $9.5 Billion
        annually.
        >
        > Visit our website at www.strikeforcetraining.org
        > <http://clicks.aweber.com/y/ct/?
        l=MwGqF&m=1eec6tZw3Q8X9r&b=f0cyupQEuJKhooOaF
        > ZnkMQ> to gain insights or to select the training or service that
        fits your
        > organization's needs and register for upcoming programs."
        >
        >
        >
        >
        >
        > 2522 Chambers Road, Ste. 110, Tustin, CA 92780, USA
        >
        >
        > To unsubscribe or change subscriber options visit:
        > http://www.aweber.com/z/r/?TOwsTAyMtCyMbGzMzMyMtEa0TJwszCyMzA==
        >
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        >
        >
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        >
      • bobby willis
        I WOULD LIKE TO GO WHAT IS THE COST. Vicki Siedow wrote: Special Announcement Holiday Early-Bird Registration Discount Expires
        Message 3 of 4 , Jan 7, 2008
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          I WOULD LIKE TO GO WHAT IS THE COST.

          Vicki Siedow <SiedowAndAssociates@...> wrote:

          Special Announcement

          Holiday Early-Bird Registration Discount Expires today

          "Human Trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world. The criminals
          who operate in the sale of human capital use complex methods to capture and
          hold victims, infiltrate or take advantage of corporate-type business
          environments or facilities, and reap extensive profits. Under the new
          Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) organizations have a legally
          enforceable responsibility to recognize and protect human trafficking
          victims.

          The TVPA is an extremely victim-oriented law, with "razor-sharp teeth." In
          many instances, when they are in conflict, it supersedes other areas of the
          law such as immigration violations. It provides for rescue of victims,
          access to civil courts and compensation for their pain, suffering and lost
          wages. The TVPA also provides prosecution of all parties involved in the
          scheme of human trafficking, EVEN IF THEY MAY BE INVOLVED UNKNOWINGLY, makes
          prosecuting this crime a high priority for local and federal law
          enforcement, and increases criminal sentences up to a life term.

          Businesses must take a multi-faceted proactive approach to protect
          themselves from human traffickers. Industries and companies at higher risk
          of exposure include restaurants, hotels/motels, multi-national corporations,
          any government contractors or their sub contractors, cleaning contractors,
          universities, landscapers, developers, hospitals, transportation providers,
          apartment owners, real estate management companies, religious organizations
          and others.

          S.T.R.I.K.E. Force Training is pleased to announce its new schedule of
          courses for 2008. We provide:

          * Multiple levels of professional training on human slavery and
          trafficking
          * Consultation services
          * Public speaking
          * Expert witness testimony
          * Litigation support
          * Risk assessment
          * Program evaluation

          Organizations or individuals that need educational awareness, staff training
          and/or in-field professional training include law enforcement personnel,
          investigators, social service providers, shelters, health care
          professionals, home owners associations, Chambers of Commerce, lawyers,
          ministries, international travelers, educators, government contractors,
          business consultants and others .

          Any organization that has workers should be aware of the human trafficking
          laws, violations and victim protections. Government contractors or
          sub-contractors whose employees or deployed dependants participate in human
          trafficking activities may cause their company to lose its federal
          contracts, face federal investigations, civil law suits, and/or extremely
          negative public relations consequences. Organizations must be proactive in
          creating an environment that is secure from infiltration by practitioners of
          modern slavery.

          A couple of many examples of how trafficking can lurk in any organization
          include a boys choir that traveled throughout the United States singing in
          churches. They earned their trafficker hundreds of thousands of dollars in
          donations and appearance fees while he held them captive, forced them to
          perform without food or rest, and provide physical labor on his Texas farm.
          He forced them to sleep in a livestock barn. Another example took place on
          the West Coast where a 13 year old girl was prostituted in hotels and motels
          on a regular "circuit" for a period of a year and a half. She was paraded
          at conferences, sporting events, amusement parks, and restaurants to induce
          buyers and to generate word of mouth advertisement for her traffickers.
          Human trafficking occurs in all states and countries; it affects men, women,
          and children and is estimated to net criminals $9.5 Billion annually.

          Visit our website at www.strikeforcetraining.org
          <http://clicks.aweber.com/y/ct/?l=MwGqF&m=1eec6tZw3Q8X9r&b=f0cyupQEuJKhooOaF
          ZnkMQ> to gain insights or to select the training or service that fits your
          organization's needs and register for upcoming programs."

          2522 Chambers Road, Ste. 110, Tustin, CA 92780, USA

          To unsubscribe or change subscriber options visit:
          http://www.aweber.com/z/r/?TOwsTAyMtCyMbGzMzMyMtEa0TJwszCyMzA==

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        • Vicki Siedow
          Hi, Bobby. I m ccing a non list member, Dottie Laster, who is putting on the event. She will respond to you and anyone else with questions. FYI they are
          Message 4 of 4 , Jan 7, 2008
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            Hi, Bobby. I'm ccing a non list member, Dottie Laster, who is putting on
            the event. She will respond to you and anyone else with questions. FYI
            they are also available to travel if anyone wants to put a group together in
            your area. They do custom presentations to business, etc.



            It's Dottie Laster dlaster@...
            <mailto:lasterglobal@...>



            The website is http://www.strikeforcetraining.org



            Certified <http://www.strikeforcetraining.org-a.googlepages.com/a>
            Community Trafficking Awareness Leader 2 hours, $127



            Certified <http://www.strikeforcetraining.org-a.googlepages.com/a2223>
            Interpreters Trafficking Skills Training 4 hours, $297



            <http://www.strikeforcetraining.org-a.googlepages.com/a222> Certified Field
            Professional Specialist BootCamp 3 days, $1,477



            Dottie, contact bobby willis [bobbywillis007@...]



            Vicki Siedow
            Siedow & Associates Investigations
            & Legal Support Services
            2629 Foothill Blvd. #262
            La Crescenta, CA 91214
            Los Angeles County
            CA PI License # 22852
            800.448.6431 toll free
            818.242.0130 local
            818.688.3295 fax
            <http://siedow.lawandorder.com/> http://Siedow.LawAndOrder.com
            <mailto:Siedow@...> Siedow@...
            Member NCISS, IWWA
            Certified Identity Theft Risk Management Specialist
            Need economical legal help?
            Concerned about Identity Theft?
            Check the links on my site, or contact me directly.





            From: infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com [mailto:infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com]
            On Behalf Of bobbywillis007
            Sent: Monday, January 07, 2008 8:39 PM
            To: infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com
            Subject: [infoguys-list] Re: HUMAN TRAFFICKING TRAINING/SPECIALIST
            Early-Bird Registration Discount about to expire



            --- In infoguys-list@yahoogroups.com
            <mailto:infoguys-list%40yahoogroups.com> , "Vicki Siedow"
            <SiedowAndAssociates@...> wrote:
            >
            >
            >
            >
            > I WOULD LIKE TO GO WHAT IS THE COST FOR THIS TRAINING.
            >
            >
            >
            > Special Announcement
            >
            >
            >
            > Holiday Early-Bird Registration Discount Expires today
            >
            >
            > "Human Trafficking is the fastest growing crime in the world. The
            criminals
            > who operate in the sale of human capital use complex methods to
            capture and
            > hold victims, infiltrate or take advantage of corporate-type
            business
            > environments or facilities, and reap extensive profits. Under the
            new
            > Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) organizations have a
            legally
            > enforceable responsibility to recognize and protect human
            trafficking
            > victims.
            >
            >
            >
            > The TVPA is an extremely victim-oriented law, with "razor-sharp
            teeth." In
            > many instances, when they are in conflict, it supersedes other
            areas of the
            > law such as immigration violations. It provides for rescue of
            victims,
            > access to civil courts and compensation for their pain, suffering
            and lost
            > wages. The TVPA also provides prosecution of all parties involved
            in the
            > scheme of human trafficking, EVEN IF THEY MAY BE INVOLVED
            UNKNOWINGLY, makes
            > prosecuting this crime a high priority for local and federal law
            > enforcement, and increases criminal sentences up to a life term.
            >
            >
            >
            > Businesses must take a multi-faceted proactive approach to protect
            > themselves from human traffickers. Industries and companies at
            higher risk
            > of exposure include restaurants, hotels/motels, multi-national
            corporations,
            > any government contractors or their sub contractors, cleaning
            contractors,
            > universities, landscapers, developers, hospitals, transportation
            providers,
            > apartment owners, real estate management companies, religious
            organizations
            > and others.
            >
            > S.T.R.I.K.E. Force Training is pleased to announce its new
            schedule of
            > courses for 2008. We provide:
            >
            >
            >
            > * Multiple levels of professional training on human slavery
            and
            > trafficking
            > * Consultation services
            > * Public speaking
            > * Expert witness testimony
            > * Litigation support
            > * Risk assessment
            > * Program evaluation
            >
            > Organizations or individuals that need educational awareness,
            staff training
            > and/or in-field professional training include law enforcement
            personnel,
            > investigators, social service providers, shelters, health care
            > professionals, home owners associations, Chambers of Commerce,
            lawyers,
            > ministries, international travelers, educators, government
            contractors,
            > business consultants and others .
            >
            > Any organization that has workers should be aware of the human
            trafficking
            > laws, violations and victim protections. Government contractors or
            > sub-contractors whose employees or deployed dependants participate
            in human
            > trafficking activities may cause their company to lose its federal
            > contracts, face federal investigations, civil law suits, and/or
            extremely
            > negative public relations consequences. Organizations must be
            proactive in
            > creating an environment that is secure from infiltration by
            practitioners of
            > modern slavery.
            >
            > A couple of many examples of how trafficking can lurk in any
            organization
            > include a boys choir that traveled throughout the United States
            singing in
            > churches. They earned their trafficker hundreds of thousands of
            dollars in
            > donations and appearance fees while he held them captive, forced
            them to
            > perform without food or rest, and provide physical labor on his
            Texas farm.
            > He forced them to sleep in a livestock barn. Another example took
            place on
            > the West Coast where a 13 year old girl was prostituted in hotels
            and motels
            > on a regular "circuit" for a period of a year and a half. She was
            paraded
            > at conferences, sporting events, amusement parks, and restaurants
            to induce
            > buyers and to generate word of mouth advertisement for her
            traffickers.
            > Human trafficking occurs in all states and countries; it affects
            men, women,
            > and children and is estimated to net criminals $9.5 Billion
            annually.
            >
            > Visit our website at www.strikeforcetraining.org
            > <http://clicks.aweber.com/y/ct/?
            l=MwGqF&m=1eec6tZw3Q8X9r&b=f0cyupQEuJKhooOaF
            > ZnkMQ> to gain insights or to select the training or service that
            fits your
            > organization's needs and register for upcoming programs."
            >
            >
            >
            >
            >
            > 2522 Chambers Road, Ste. 110, Tustin, CA 92780, USA
            >
            >
            > To unsubscribe or change subscriber options visit:
            > http://www.aweber.com/z/r/?TOwsTAyMtCyMbGzMzMyMtEa0TJwszCyMzA==
            >
            > Image removed by sender.
            >
            >
            >
            >
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