The Signs of Human Trafficking for Law Enforcement
As one of the first contacts a trafficked person may have, it is
important for members of law enforcement to recognize and
understand the signs of human trafficking. Whether it may be
a domestic dispute, immigration concern, or a variety of other victim or
concerned citizen complaints, officers should have an understanding of how
human trafficking can present itself with the hopes that recognition can stop
Child Trafficking in the United States
The United States today is a top spot for children to be trafficked.
There has been a case seen in all 50 states. Children can be
used for forced sex and labor. To stop children from being
trafficked there are many steps to take. Some steps are: raising awareness and
encouraging people to report at-risk children.
How Can Health Professionals Identify Victims of Human
Some of the first people who may have contact with a victim of
human trafficking in the United States are health professionals.
This infographic public service announcement highlights the signs that nurses,
doctors, and other professionals should look for when providing health services
to the public.
Police and Prostitution
The goal of the presentation is to inform both current and future
law enforcement officers about the developing trends regarding the
treatment of Johns by the criminal justice system. It also examines
the new methodology of the Phoenix Police Department of treating pimps as
human traffickers of their prostitutes. There is also a brief examination of the
trauma endured by prostitutes as well as how they are trafficked.
Should Kleptomania Play a Role in Shoplifting Sentencing
Kleptomania is defined as the inability to refrain from the urge to
steal items for reasons other than personal use or financial gain.
My research project focuses on whether or not kleptomania should
play a role in sentencing guidelines for shoplifters. The goal of this research is
to provide those in the field of loss prevention with a potential alternative for
sentencing that is focused on avoiding recidivism for shoplifters who need an
approach more focused on mental health advocacy rather than punishment.