Fostering interagency collaboration of all criminal justice entities, providing relevant training, and encouraging community service throughout the State of Florida.
This workshop will provide the attendee with a detailed view of human trafficking from a survivor's perspective.
Ms. AmyLynn "Al" Harrington Smoot will share her own experience being trafficked and tortured when she was a child and address the basics of domestic human trafficking. She is a Survivor Mentor and is employed with The Porch Light/Open Doors Outreach Network-Central Florida Region. She can be reached at amylynn.smoot@the porchlight.org.
Discussion and materials will include elements of grooming, recruitment and training, common clues to identify someone forced into sexual servitude, and the links between modern-day slavery, prostitution, and pornography. Recovery and ongoing support for survivors will be reviewed and discussed.
Please email Donna Bolton at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 321-759-6473. (Limited to 30 seating @ 1060 West King St., Cocoa, FL 32922)
(Cocoa Probation Office)
Please come at 8:30 a.m. for coffee and refreshments.
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