In partnership with Antioch Community Church and Prosper Waco, the Waco Business League is hosting Dr. Lloyd Potter, Texas State Demographer, for a community discussion on demographic trends. This presentation will help you understand the types of people you will be working with and serving in the future.
Coalition partners: join us for this roundtable discussion as we share important updates and plan to increase partnership and collaboration as a coalition.
Roundtable meetings are open to community stakeholders in the Heart of Texas Region, including, but not limited to: local, state and federal law enforcement, state and federal prosecutors, service providers, non-profits, advocacy agencies, educators, health care professionals, faith-based communities and more.
To receive an invitation to the event, please send your name, agency and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Register now for the seventh annual Child S.A.F.E Conference! This conference serves as a resource for a variety of professionals and students including law enforcement, educators, administration, mental health workers, health and medical professionals, members of faith communities, social workers, and anyone who plays a part in a child’s life. CEU’s, ETHICS, TCOLE CREDITS!!
As a practicing psychotherapist, Bonnie Martin has worked with hundreds of survivors of human trafficking. Her specialty is complex trauma and the neuropsychological impact of violence and exploitation. Read more athttp://jesussaidlove.com/servemodel
Discount rates are available for coalition members and students. To inquire about discount rates, email email@example.com
Professional Education and Training Services 2121 W Waco Drive
Cost: $10 per attendee
TCOLE credit available
Register by 1/30/17 by email to JasonL@wacotx.gov. Include your full name as you want it on a certificate, DOB and PID in the email.
Topics and speakers:
Grooming: Dr. Jasmine Khan
Grooming is the psychological, emotional, and physical preparation of a victim that allows the offender to victimize them. Dr. Khan's presentation will identify the patterns of grooming behaviors that, when successful, reduce the likelyhood of an outcry. The pattern of grooming will also be examined in context of the family and society which helps understanding as to why a victim may not be believed when they do report abuse.
Social Media/Digital Evidence: Sgt. Jason Lundquist
In any criminal investigation, digital forensic information can prove invaluable. Everyone has a smartphone or at least one social media account today but these resources are often overlooked. Sgt. Lundquist will explain why collecting a phone or portable electronic device through consent, exigency, or probable cause is essential, best practices for doing so, and what information can be obtained. He will discuss social media platforms, the types of information which can be obtained under the Electronic Communications Privacy Act, and the types of legal process necessary for each.
Investigative tips for first responders in a potential human trafficking case: Det. Charles Youngblood
Det. Youngblood will focus on different branches of law enforcement working together and using unique tactics to investigate and handle human trafficking cases. This includes a case study on an extreme local human trafficking case.
January is human trafficking awareness and prevention month! Join UnBound Saturday afternoon, January 21, as we canvas the city with awareness posters that provide a resource to potential victims. We’ll meet at 1 p.m. at Antioch Community Church Offices for a brief training, then hit the streets in small groups to talk to local businesses and send our message about human trafficking: “Not in My City!”
Bring friends and family to the special showing of “SOLD.” Inspired by true stories, SOLD tells the story of a young Indian girl trafficked to a big city. Come learn more about trafficking through this film and Q&A discussion. Reserve your tickets today.
Human trafficking happens here in McLennan County, and it's time for our local churches to do something about it.
Sunday, January 15th is Churches Against Trafficking Day in McLennan County as a part of National Slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention Month.
Invite your church to participate by showing a 2 minute educational video and hosting a short time of prayer for victims and front line agencies in McLennan County.
Let us know YOUR church is AGAINST human trafficking, and find the video below. #churchesagainsttrafficking