Human Traffick Proof the ATL

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By Meredith Aguilar on May 12, 2020
Very informative as to what goes on in different types of human trafficking and how to identify victims.
By Lisa McKinzie on May 12, 2020
This brief course supplied me with excellent content and information based on strong evidence. This course provided a basic understanding of the trafficking problem(s) as well as the need to become an Actionary.
By Tima Humphries on May 12, 2020
Great informative online class offering the tools to make a difference
By RUBY HENDERSON on May 12, 2020
This program is clear ,concise, and succinct . It's a great tool in getting started, in getting involved . Take the time , to become aware, then take the step in becoming involved. Our next generation reaps the consequences of our decisions/actions made today.

Ruby Henderson
By Otu Eyibio on May 12, 2020
Thank you so much for putting together this information. I'm glad I took part in this course. I have been equipped with so much tools to fight and advocate against human trafficking in the course of partaking in this course.
By Adekunle Emmanuel Makanjuola on May 11, 2020
The package is superb to get the parents on their toes and have adequacy of information in protection of our kids from both the predators and the traffickers.
By Rudolph curtis Knight on April 24, 2020
I enjoyed the training about the subject and sex and labor trafficking. This put my company at advantage for my team is looking for and to take down this criminals. My company is geared to work with law enforcement,homeland security and federal government in assisting and making sure this doesn’t go on here in the states
By Lela Jordan on April 24, 2020
The Material was excellent and informative, however there seems to be problems with the program, (language appeared Warning:continue targeting switch equivalent to break) . Also when finished with each section it did not flow to the next section. Often the same section would appear again, and to move forward you had to click out to user profile and start over again.

By Lana Hooks on January 14, 2020
This information needs to be taught and released in our religious, academic, and health institutions more regularly. This is an ancient epidemic that will only spread more if we are not vigilant to inform and report it.