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North American Human Trafficking Conference 2023

Investigating and prosecuting human trafficking cases are complex and require techniques that carefully balance public safety with the rights of victim-survivors. The commercial sex ecosystem thrives on an unrelenting demand, which fuels the supply and ultimately leads to the prolific distribution of victims. This conference will explore advanced human trafficking investigation and prosecution skills, which will aid in successful investigations and ultimately convictions.

Agenda:

Tuesday, October 24 - 4:00 -7:00 p.m. Pre-Conference Registration
The BLOQ, 5th Floor, The Linq

Day 1: Wednesday, October 25, 2023

Opening Remarks
Building Anti-Human Trafficking Collaborative Team
Rescue of a 3-Year Old - Case Study
Multi-Jurisdiction and Agency Investigations, Alberta Law Enforcement
Leveraging Financial Intelligence to Unravel Your Next Human Trafficking Case
Pros and Cons of Reporting Systems
Intrafamilial Child Sexual Abuse, Exploitation and Trafficking of Boys
Forced Criminality and Victims of Human Trafficking
DejaVu Presentation

Day 2: Thursday, October 26, 2023

Las Vegas - Case Study
Illicit Massage Businesses
The Four Corner Strategy to Combat Illicit Massage Businesses
Building Partnerships with Community and Law Enforcement
Investigating a Nationwide Human Trafficking Organization - Case Study
The Chuukese Hustle - Labor Trafficking Case Study
Hosted Happy Hour - Awards and Networking

Day 3: Friday, October 27, 2023

When Coercion Feels Like Choice - The Impact of Sex Trafficking on the Brain
Catfishing Traffickers
Every Trafficking Investigation and Detail Should Include an Analyst
How Fusion Centers Can Assist Your Human Trafficking Investigation
The Impact of Public Private Partnerships: Uber & HSI
Close Network Sex Trafficking

Breakfast served in The BLOQ (5th) floor, 8 a.m. - 9 a.m. daily. Lunch on your own. 


Who Should Attend?

Law Enforcement Officers, Prosecutors, Criminal Analysts, and Criminal Justice Professionals

Session Type:

In-person conference

Duration:

3 Days

Hotel Information:

Click here to reserve your room at the LINQ Hotel, or call 866-523-2781, and use group "North American Human Trafficking Conference".

Please be aware, there is a processing fee if you call to make the reservation. Rooms must be reserved prior to October 1, 2023 to receive the group discount.

Discounted Rate of $59.00 at the LINQ (rate does not include resort fee or taxes).

Cancellation Policy:

  • Full refund available, 60+ days prior to the event.
  • 50% refund available 59-30 days prior to the event.
  • No refunds will be made 29 days prior to the event.

Sponsors:

If your organization is interested in sponsoring this event, please send us an email to discuss.

Email us at letac@eckberglammers.com

Click here for our 2023 Sponsorship Levels


"Be The One" Award - Nominations Now Open

The Human Trafficking Training Center’s “Be the One” Award is inspired by what we have learned from survivors of human trafficking and now we inspire law enforcement.

When we have asked survivors about their experiences with law enforcement, what they almost always tell us was their experiences were negative, they were treated poorly and not offered the help they needed. What is interesting though is that they are also very pro-law enforcement. They love the police. We were struck by this and have asked why. Why after all these negative experiences would they like police? And their answer is because, “there was that one, that one officer who took the time to talk to me, to listen, to earn my trust, and when I was ready, was there for me. It was that one officer who saved my life”.

And so, we tell officers as they leave our trainings that with their new knowledge and skillsets, to go out and “Be the One”, that “YOU can be that one that makes a difference and even save someone’s life.” Our award is named in honor of Meghan Connors, who was once a victim of human trafficking and survived. She is now an advocate and a powerful voice helping to train law enforcement, medical professionals, and victim advocates. Meghan has a unique gift for communicating her experiences in a way we would describe not as storytelling, but as perspective sharing, paradigm shifting and eye opening. She provides clarity and insight into something that very few people truly understand. When Meghan speaks, you could hear a pin drop on the floor.

We are proud to have an award named after such an inspiring person and leader in the human trafficking arena.

Submit an Entry Here

Date & Time

Wednesday, Oct 25, 2023 - Friday, Oct 27, 2023
9:00 am - 4:00 pm
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Location

LINQ Hotel & Casino
3535 South Las Vegas Blvd
Las Vegas, NV 89109

Registration

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Presenters/Speakers

Imran Ali

Attorney, Senior Director of Training, Consulting and Investigation Services
Imran is a distinguished trial lawyer and shareholder at Eckberg Lammers, bringing two decades of legal expertise to his role as the Executive Director of Training, Consulting, and Investigation Services (LETAC). Imran's commitment extends beyond the courtroom, where he has successfully handled intricate cases, including homicide, sexual assault, and human trafficking. With a passion for victim advocacy, Imran has become a prominent figure in the criminal justice profession, training judges, law students, and thousands of law enforcement professionals nationwide. Recognized for his outstanding contributions, he was named Minnesota Attorney of the Year in 2016 and 2020, solidifying his reputation as a legal luminary dedicated to upholding justice with honor and integrity.

Aimee Schroeder

Investigation Specialist
Aimee Schroeder is the Investigation Specialist and Training Coordinator for the Law Enforcement Training Academy and Consulting group.

Dan Nash

Co-Founder of Human Trafficking Training Center
Dan Nash is the co-founder of the HTTC and a retired Missouri State Trooper where he spent 27 years investigating human trafficking, narcotics and vice, homicide and other violent crimes. He was the Sergeant of the Human Trafficking Unit at the State Patrol and the enforcement supervisor of the Missouri Attorney General’s Office Anti-Human Trafficking Task Force. Dan has taught thousands of law enforcement officers throughout the United States and in various industries including casinos, fire fighters, victim advocacy, health care and trucking. Dan has also been active in both teaching and working alongside nationwide non-profits. Dan created the Special Victims Methodology for investigating human trafficking cases which is being used by many law enforcement agencies. He has spoken at many conferences on human trafficking and has been passionate about improving the anti-trafficking program within law enforcement and the community since 2011.

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LAW ENFORCEMENT TRAINING ACADEMY & CONSULTING
This course is offered and conducted by Eckberg Lammers’ Law Enforcement Training Academy & Consulting team of experienced trainers and consultants. Information provided in these trainings does not constitute or contain legal advice, nor do they establish and attorney-client relationship.

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