Developing Your Labor Trafficking Threat Assessment

Developing Your Labor Trafficking Threat Assessment
Duration: 60 Minutes
Module 1 Resources
Recorded on: 2019-03-12
Unit 1 Slide Deck: Developing Your Labor Trafficking Threat Assessment
Unit 2 Recording: Developing Your Labor Trafficking Threat Assessment

This webinar aims to increase understanding of what labor trafficking in the United States looks like throughout multiple industries, and to provide law enforcement and other partners with information regarding how existing data can be used to develop assessments of potential labor trafficking threats within a community. Colleen Owens will cover research on labor trafficking in the United States by presenting results from the study, Understanding the Organization, Operation and Victimization Process of Labor Trafficking in the United States. Erin Albright, OVC Fellow, will review practical applications and strategies to develop a data-driven response to labor trafficking.

 

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Audience Feedback:

  • “The open source sites, how to begin an assessment, just everything in general [was great.] Thank you!” — Rea
  • “It was a great presentation on a very comprehensive topic and I much appreciate a well developed process of addressing the complex issue from the analytical perspective that I intend to share with our [partners.]” — Wallace
  • “I valued labor exploitation and labor trafficking chart. I also valued the application part of Erin’s presentation. ” — Amanda

 

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