Human Trafficking 2017-2018
Human trafficking remains an issue in our society. As licensed professionals and other school officials, we are uniquely positioned to recognize when a student may have been exploited by another individual.
This course features video segments from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security's Blue Campaign, which uses dramatizations to advocate for a general awareness of human trafficking and its indicators. An explanation of the reporting guidelines for mandated reporters in Arkansas is also provided.
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Human Trafficking: Act 765 of 2017Whether it is through forced labor or sexual exploitation, human trafficking remains an issue in our society. As licensed professionals and other school officials, we are uniquely positioned to recognize when a student may have been exploited by another individual.
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