CACP National Human Trafficking Symposium

    Moving Forward Together
    A Collaborative Approach to Ending Human Trafficking

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    Symposium Description

    This symposium will explore the present state of Canada’s fight against human trafficking. Attendees will gain insight into how law enforcement agencies, justice partners, community partners, and industry are working collaboratively to improve awareness and early identification of trafficking, to protect and support survivors of trafficking, and to investigate and prosecute trafficking offences. The primary focus will be on:

    • Interagency networking, collaboration, and intelligence sharing
    • Conducting multi-jurisdictional investigations and prosecution
    • Effective human trafficking victim management

    Who should attend

    • Human trafficking investigators, supervisors, senior managers, and executives
    • Intelligence and crime analysis professionals
    • Front line officers
    • Victim service providers, advocates and non-governmental organization representatives providing services and supports for trafficking victims
    • Government policy makers, researchers, and other professionals with responsibilities related to human trafficking
    • Prosecutors and court staff
    • Private industry professionals, working in industries with a nexus to trafficking
    • Correctional, probation and parole officers, Canadian Border Services Agency (CBSA) and Immigration Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC)