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Human Trafficking Summit 2020 - Invitation to Law Enforcement from SLO County District Attorney 

Monday, Jan 27th 

Law Enforcement Training: Identify - Investigate - Disrupt

Location:   2303 Napa Ave, San Luis Obispo, CA 93405 , Building 631

POST Certification Number: 1348-28001 

FREE Registration 

Breakfast and Lunch Included

8:00 AM - 8:30 AM

Welcome and Introductions

8:30 AM - 10:30 AM

Trafficking Trends: Gang Activity

This session will focus on multi-national, multi-state sex trafficking rings operating through call centers and trends in MS 13 trafficking and recruiting. Attendees will explore how large scale foreign national rings use real estate to launder money, and take a look at multi-state gang sex trafficking rings, some operating from prison and using dating sites to recruit and control.

10:30 AM - 11:30 AM 

Trafficking Trends: Illicit Massage Industry 

The Illicit Massage Industry is the one of the fastest growing ways in which individuals are trafficked. Generating an estimated two billion a year in profits nationwide, victims are often transported to and from varying massage businesses across regions and states. This session will cover current tactics being used to effectively disrupt and dismantle organized crime related to illicit massage businesses. Attendees will also participate in a hands-on tactical raid using one of the CCI's portable immersive sets. This course will equip attendees to tackle Illicit Massage Businesses in their respective areas. 

11:30 AM - 12:30 PM 

Organized Crime: Documentation Fraud - HT Case Study 

This course will examine one of the largest documentation fraud cases related to human trafficking, showing how organized crime is operating throughout the state of California. Attendees will have an opportunity to discuss identifying documentation fraud, how it is connected to human trafficking, and tactics for disruption and prosecution. 

1:30 PM - 3:30 PM

Online Investigations in Human Trafficking 

 

Join the FBI as they discuss patterns of online enticement, entrapment, grooming, and exploitation. This session will focus on best practices for tackling encryption methods used by perpetrators as well as evidence collection and analysis. 

 

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

Technological Tools for Disrupting Human Trafficking 

Technology exacerbates the issue of human trafficking significantly, with laws like FOSTA-SESTA making it more challenging to ascertain the size and scope of exploitation as it occurs online. Join the Global Emancipation Network and Thorn as they discuss new and effective tools that maximize online search efforts, and minimize time spent on locating potential victims. 

 

 


 

Tuesday, Jan 28th 

8:00 AM - 8:30 AM

Labor Trafficking Investigations and Prosecutions 

 Labor trafficking is unaddressed and more difficult to ascertain than sex trafficking. From fraudulent job advertisements to indentured servitude, this issue is expansive and diversive.This session will highlight successful case studies in identifying and disrupting labor trafficking.

10:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Building a Community Response

Addressing human trafficking requires a holistic, collaborative approach. Leveraging expertise, resources, and innovation from across different agencies and industry allows for effective, long term solutions.

Speakers 

Opal Singleton

Opal Singleton

President and CEO of Million Kids 

 

Tom Wilson

Tom Wilson

Chief of California DMV Investigations

 

Sherrie Caltagirone

Sherrie Caltagirone

Executive Director of Global Emancipation Network

 

 

 

Nick Odenath

Nick Odenath

Detective Ventura PD

 

Arthur Rizer

Arthur Rizer

Director of Criminal Justice

and Civil Liberties 

 

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