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National Training Impact Highlights
Homeland Security Training on Dark Web/Cybersecurity | April 18, 2019
On a national level we have assisted law enforcement in creating strong public-private partnerships to successfully combat trafficking. We partnered with Homeland Security Investigations (HSI), New York to train over 270 professionals from more than 42 local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies. Topics included: technology versus human-based attacks, technology capabilities for case support, investigation strategies, undercover capabilities, victim identification, cyber threats, and high technology crimes as it relates to financial fraud, identity theft, narcotics trafficking, money laundering, and child exploitation. The HSI New York Cyber Crime symposium speakers included Special Agent in Charge of New York HSI, Angel Melendez.
Homeland Security Investigations, New York Cyber Crime Symposium
U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of Connecticut, and The Institute of Internal Auditors, Westchester/Fairfield Chapter Combatting Cybersecurity Threats
Global Training Impact Highlights
Romania Trafficking Training | March 27-30, 2019
Our global trainings bring together partners and collaborators to share investigative techniques and to build relationships across countries and agencies. We partnered with the Embassy of the United States in Romania and Southeast European Law Enforcement Center Headquarters to provide a three-day training in Bucharest, Romania’s capital, where 184 professionals, including Romania’s National Anti-Trafficking Agency, Moldovan and Romanian law enforcement, and U.S. Embassy employees, were trained on identifying signs of trafficking, charging abusers with crimes, prevention through investigative measures, and targeting the Transnational Organized Crime Syndicates that drive trafficking migration.
Trafficking Workshop | Tanzania and Mozambique
Human and Wildlife Trafficking Training Thailand
Trafficking Case Building Training Republic of Congo
Task Force to Combat Human Trafficking Haiti
Local Training Impact Highlights
Voices of Experience Training | March 28-29, 2019
Our local trainings help law enforcement and service providers meet the needs of the community. In this two-day training, we partnered with Voices of September 11th to address the trauma of first responders and service providers at 9/11 and the Newtown school shooting in 2012. This created a space for responders toshare their experiences in dealing with these traumatic events and identify measures for follow-up care.
Assault and Trafficking Victim Trauma Training
Ellington Management Group
J. Allen Lam & Edward S. Pocock III Foundation
Kleeman Family Fund
Vranos Family Foundation