Human Trafficking Interdiction and Proactive Operations Training

Help provide much needed training to combat human trafficking!

Support Human Trafficking Interdiction and Proactive Operations Training - November 9-10, 2022

Human trafficking is happening here in Northeast Ohio. For years, Courtney Kinkoph’s mother pleaded with law enforcement personnel, health care workers and advocates to provide trauma responsive support and services for her daughter. Courtney went missing in November 2021 and was found deceased in an abandoned apartment in Cleveland, Ohio in February 2022. Victim centered skills training is needed in Northeast Ohio for victim identification, providing assistance for victims and survivors, and/or arresting suspects.  

The Cleveland State University Police Department will be hosting a comprehensive and effective skills based training on November 9-10, 2022 for Ohio law enforcement personnel, health care professionals, advocates, educators and students. The Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission at the Office of Ohio Attorney General Dave Yost has approved 4 hours of Responding to Sexual Assault Continuing Professions Training (CPT) for law enforcement officers during the two-day “Human Trafficking Interdiction and Proactive Operations Course,” presented by Dan Nash and Alison Phillips, co-founders of the Human Trafficking Training Center.

Please make a donation to the CSU Police Department through the Cleveland State University Foundation in support of this impactful training that will provide skills for comprehensive trauma responsive services for human trafficking victims in Ohio. One life lost is one too many. Together, we can make a difference.

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