North Carolina Justice Academy

North Carolina Department of Justice

Strengthening North Carolina’s Multi-Disciplinary Response to Human Trafficking

 
 
Please check our "Available Training" page for the most current status of the course. 

Who Should Attend:

Law enforcement, government organizations, non- government organizations, advocates, victim service providers, and any other individuals that may come in contact with a potential victim of human trafficking.

Course Goal:

The goal of the symposium is to deliver clear and guided information across a broad spectrum of trafficking related issues, from demand to identification to service and prosecution.  The symposium will increase North Carolina’s multi-disciplinary service provider’s knowledge of the complexity of human trafficking and create a sustainable training model utilizing current research and best practice recommendations.  This is the first of three regional symposiums.

Course Objectives:

  1. Provide training to service providers.
  2. Offer opportunities to discuss key issues, find solutions, and highlight emerging trends.
  3. Facilitate collaboration and building of partnerships among key stakeholders.
  4. Offer an opportunity for information sharing, identification, and discussion of issues of Human Trafficking in North Carolina among partners and stakeholders. 
  5. Lay the groundwork for future collaboration, advocacy and program development.

Methodologies:

Lecture/conference

Course Requirements:

100% Attendance

Special Concerns:

None

Registration & Fee:

Registration $75 (Day of conference)
Registration information: http://www.ncdoj.gov/getdoc/4ec592b0-ae7b-442f-84e9-c92d3b606210/Event-Overview.aspx
 

 

 

 

 

Course Coordinator:

Jennifer Fisher
 

Length of Course:

2 days - November 13 & 14
 

Location:

MCKIMMON CENTER, RALEIGH, NC