National Center on Sexual Exploitation: The Truth About Sex Trafficking

This is the first of the 2019 webinar series presented by the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. Lisa L. Thompson, Vice President of Policy and Research at the National Center on Sexual Exploitation, as she examines and explains the realities of sex trafficking.

Runaway Youth Prevention

This webinar will address runaway youth prevention and focus on emerging needs, recent initiatives and legislation, and the importance of law enforcement involvement. Presenters will discuss strategies and best practices to prevent runaway youth and examine how research on runaway youth can be applied in various settings.

Inside the Mind of a Trafficker

Gain insight into how sex traffickers think, act and operate. Such understanding aids professionals with interviewing, investigative case building, offender management, prosecution, witness protection and victim advocacy. 


U.S. Health and Human Services Human Trafficking Symposium

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services held a symposium addressing the many facets of human trafficking — from survivor services to substance use. View all seven videos from the symposium.

Maximizing Safety Outcomes for Patients Affected by Human Trafficking and Intimate Partner Violence

Learn about the intersection of human trafficking with intimate partner violence and other vectors of violence and trauma and how FQHCs are working with Domestic Violence Coalitions to address human trafficking and intimate partner violence.

Office for Victims of Crime – Understanding Human Trafficking

The Understanding Human Trafficking training is a series of five interactive online modules that offer foundational learning on trauma-informed and victim-centered approaches to human trafficking. The modules are designed so that a wide audience can benefit. Potential learners include—

  • Victim service providers who want to build their capacity.
  • Allied professionals who wish to learn more about human trafficking, including first responders, government employees, and staff at community and faith-based organizations.
  • Members of the general public who are interested in human trafficking, including students, researchers, academics, and others.