Human Trafficking for Schools
Human trafficking not only crosses national and international borders, but also surfaces at the street level within our local communities. Illinois currently ranks ninth in reports to the National Human Trafficking Hotline. Victims are often hidden away, but it is possible you will encounter individuals or situations of concern. School personnel may encounter this covert crime and play an important role in identifying and responding to human trafficking cases. Knowing how to ‘spot the signs’ could save lives.

Learning Objectives:
1. Define Human Trafficking
2. Identify populations vulnerable to human trafficking
3. Become familiar with the mindset of a victim
4. Be able to recognize the signs of trafficking within a residence or business
5. Learn about human trafficking trends in Illinois
6. Become familiar with the resources and benefits available to victims

Friday, February 19, 2021
9:00 am - 10:30 am
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If you are not part of a school district within ROE #11, please provide your school name (if applicable) and address.
Fee & Cancellation Policy
If there is a registration fee associated with this event, the Regional Office of Education #11 accepts cash or checks and this can be paid the day of the event or you can choose to be invoiced. Please do not send payment prior to the day of the event.

To cancel your registration for this event, you must notify Katie O'Dell at kodell@roe11.org or 217-348-0151 least 48 hours in advance to avoid being billed the registration fee.
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