Tampa, Florida June 2nd, 2022 — The U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking (USIAHT) has announced a partnership with the National Center for Prevention of Community Violence (NCPCV) to provide enhanced human trafficking training to law enforcement across America. This brings together two national organizations with the focus on providing state-of-the-art training to enhance the ability for officers to identify and respond to issues of human trafficking within their communities.
Kevin Malone, former Los Angeles Dodgers General Manager and Co-Founder and CEO of the USIAHT, in announcing the partnership stated: “Law enforcement officers are on the front line of addressing this issue within their communities. NCPCV with their existing history of training police officers will serve as a great partner in this effort.”
The new enhanced training program will provide an approach to basic and interactive advanced level training. The training will include online training, with in-person training available upon request. The program will focus on Prevention, Intervention, Enforcement, and Recovery.
NCPCV Executive Director Bobby Kipper stated: “We are honored to work with USIAHT to provide model training for law enforcement across America. Human Trafficking is a major issue, and we need to prepare our first line responders to identify and deal with the issue.” The partnership unites a successful anti-trafficking organization with a national leader in law enforcement training.
The U.S. Institute Against Human Trafficking (USIAHT) is a nationally recognized not-for-profit organization committed to ending human trafficking in the United States. With offices strategically located in Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Tampa, Washington, D.C., and Austin, USIAHT is aggressively focused on reducing the demand for human trafficking through community-based initiatives, trainings, and AI technology. To learn more, visit www.usiaht.org.
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