Course Description

This six-week online course will provide an in-depth overview of many important concepts related to human trafficking. Students will gain a deeper understanding of what constitutes human trafficking, the role of social media in human trafficking, and the prosecution of human trafficking. Students will also gain a deeper understanding of the Trafficking Victims Protection Act of 2000 and the Department of State Trafficking in Person Report. Students will gain an understanding of the size and scope of human trafficking in the United States and will develop an understanding of indicators of human trafficking. Students will explore important concepts of human trafficking from a global perspective and the influence of the Covid-19 pandemic on human trafficking. An in-depth analysis of the role of gangs in human trafficking will be provided and students will explore the role of first responders in combating human trafficking.

Learner Outcomes

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be able to:

CO1: Describe what constitutes human trafficking and the scope of the problem on a global scale.

CO2: Understand how human trafficking occurs

CO3: Explore current trends in human trafficking.

CO4: Demonstrate an understanding of human trafficking laws and human trafficking investigations.

CO5: Explore factors associated with human trafficking in rural and metropolitan communities within the United States.

CO6: Recognize the problem of human trafficking from a global perspective.

CO7: Describe the role of gangs in human trafficking.

CO8: Identify the indicators of human trafficking and how first responders can recognize indicators of human trafficking.

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