RE: [infoguys-list] Re: HUMAN TRAFFICKING TRAINING/SPECIALIST Early-Bird Registration Discount about to expire
- 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@...
The website is http://www.strikeforcetraining.org
Community Trafficking Awareness Leader 2 hours, $127
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@...]
Siedow & Associates Investigations
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La Crescenta, CA 91214
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Subject: [infoguys-list] Re: HUMAN TRAFFICKING TRAINING/SPECIALIST
Early-Bird Registration Discount about to expire
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<mailto:infoguys-list%40yahoogroups.com> , "Vicki Siedow"
> 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
> who operate in the sale of human capital use complex methods tocapture and
> hold victims, infiltrate or take advantage of corporate-typebusiness
> environments or facilities, and reap extensive profits. Under thenew
> Trafficking Victims Protection Act (TVPA) organizations have alegally
> enforceable responsibility to recognize and protect humantrafficking
> victims.teeth." In
> The TVPA is an extremely victim-oriented law, with "razor-sharp
> many instances, when they are in conflict, it supersedes otherareas of the
> law such as immigration violations. It provides for rescue ofvictims,
> access to civil courts and compensation for their pain, sufferingand lost
> wages. The TVPA also provides prosecution of all parties involvedin the
> scheme of human trafficking, EVEN IF THEY MAY BE INVOLVEDUNKNOWINGLY, makes
> prosecuting this crime a high priority for local and federal lawhigher risk
> 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
> of exposure include restaurants, hotels/motels, multi-nationalcorporations,
> any government contractors or their sub contractors, cleaningcontractors,
> universities, landscapers, developers, hospitals, transportationproviders,
> apartment owners, real estate management companies, religiousorganizations
> and others.schedule of
> S.T.R.I.K.E. Force Training is pleased to announce its new
> courses for 2008. We provide:and
> * Multiple levels of professional training on human slavery
> traffickingstaff training
> * Consultation services
> * Public speaking
> * Expert witness testimony
> * Litigation support
> * Risk assessment
> * Program evaluation
> Organizations or individuals that need educational awareness,
> and/or in-field professional training include law enforcementpersonnel,
> investigators, social service providers, shelters, health carelawyers,
> professionals, home owners associations, Chambers of Commerce,
> ministries, international travelers, educators, governmentcontractors,
> business consultants and others .trafficking
> Any organization that has workers should be aware of the human
> laws, violations and victim protections. Government contractors orin human
> sub-contractors whose employees or deployed dependants participate
> trafficking activities may cause their company to lose its federalextremely
> contracts, face federal investigations, civil law suits, and/or
> negative public relations consequences. Organizations must beproactive in
> creating an environment that is secure from infiltration bypractitioners of
> modern slavery.organization
> A couple of many examples of how trafficking can lurk in any
> include a boys choir that traveled throughout the United Statessinging in
> churches. They earned their trafficker hundreds of thousands ofdollars in
> donations and appearance fees while he held them captive, forcedthem to
> perform without food or rest, and provide physical labor on hisTexas farm.
> He forced them to sleep in a livestock barn. Another example tookplace on
> the West Coast where a 13 year old girl was prostituted in hotelsand motels
> on a regular "circuit" for a period of a year and a half. She wasparaded
> at conferences, sporting events, amusement parks, and restaurantsto induce
> buyers and to generate word of mouth advertisement for hertraffickers.
> Human trafficking occurs in all states and countries; it affectsmen, women,
> and children and is estimated to net criminals $9.5 Billionannually.
> Visit our website at www.strikeforcetraining.org
> ZnkMQ> to gain insights or to select the training or service thatfits your
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