Training


A primary goal of IAHTI is to provide human trafficking training to law enforcement officers and prosecutors around the world so they can more effectively identify victims, charge traffickers and successfully prosecute human trafficking cases.

Since 2009, IAHTI has provided training for more than 1,000 investigators in 10 countries and two U.S. Territories, with those numbers growing every year.

What makes IAHTI different from related organizations is that all of our trainers are active and retired city, county, state and federal human trafficking investigators. Rather than sharing conceptual knowledge based on a handbook, IAHTI’s trainers bring real-world experience gained in the field.

IAHTI has presented for many national and international groups, including the National Institute of Justice, the Office for Victims of Crime Technical Training Assistance Center, and the U.S. State Department. In 2010, the founders of IAHTI assisted the National Institute of Justice with preparing a report for Congress.

For Investigators

Upcoming Events:

May 31st – June 2nd, 2017
6th Annual IAHTI Training Conference,
Fundamentals of Human Trafficking Investigations

2017 IAHTI Conference Flyer


Registration:

Download a printable registration form HERE – OR – register online HERE

Training Topics:

IAHTI experts can provide training on a number of topics, including:

  • Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking
  • Labor Trafficking
  • Adult Sex Trafficking
  • Indentured Servitude
  • Document Fraud
  • Harboring Investigations
  • Assistance with Forming a New Task Force

IAHTI partners with the Florida Regional Community Policing Institute at St. Petersburg College for some of its law enforcement training programs.

For Community Organizations

IAHTI often presents to community organizations, such as faith-based and civic groups.

IAHTI experts are available to present on a number of topics relevant to these groups, such as:

  • How to identify a victim of human trafficking
  • What to do if you suspect human trafficking
  • How can I assist investigators who have rescued victim(s)?
  • Who do I contact if I locate a victim

Request a Training or Presentation

For information about requesting a training or presentation for your agency or group, please email HTTraining@iahti.org.