The National Attorneys General Training & Research Institute
NAGTRI Human Trafficking Summit
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Early Registration Ends Dec. 29
El San Juan Hotel
6063 Av. Isla Verde
Carolina, Puerto Rico 00979
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NAGTRI Human Trafficking Summit and International Association of Prosecutors’ Global Conference on Human Trafficking
Working Cooperatively to Protect and Restore Victims
January 15-18, 2019
NAGTRI is pleased to announce the NAGTRI Human Trafficking Summit in Carolina, Puerto Rico. NAGTRI’s two-day domestic Human Trafficking Summit (January 15-16) will be followed by the two-day Global Summit on Human Trafficking: Working Cooperatively to Protect and Restore Victims (January 17-18) hosted in collaboration with the International Association of Prosecutors (IAP).
NAGTRI Human Trafficking Summit Overview:
This Summit is open to attorney general staff and U.S. prosecutors. The Summit will provide an interactive forum where attorneys and investigators who specialize in human trafficking will collaborate with their peers, learn about new techniques and trends, model investigative and prosecutorial tools, and pertinent legislative progress to reduce trafficking. The first two days of the Summit will exclusively focus on domestic aspects of human trafficking. The agenda will cover areas such as, pressing and relevant subjects in the human trafficking space, recent data and trends, multidisciplinary task forces, federal and state legislative efforts, and effective strategies to work with victim service providers.
IAP Global Conference on Human Trafficking Overview:
This Summit is open to international prosecutors and attorney general staff. The conference will provide a forum for international government officials and prosecutors to build a worldwide network of contacts and collaborate in interactive plenary and breakout sessions to learn from one another and formulate effective strategies in response to the global human trafficking epidemic. Attendees will focus directly on practical investigative and prosecutor techniques to strengthen their handling of cases. Diverse stakeholders and experts will serve as presenters and facilitators from the nonprofit, government, law enforcement, and therapeutic sectors will present and facilitate sessions. Prosecutors and investigators will obtain comprehensive tools and approaches connected to their practice to better understand and assist victims. Following the Summit, participants will receive a report on recommendations and potential next steps generated during the conference. Click here for information on the IAP Global Conference on Human Trafficking.
The Choice of Puerto Rico as Venue
Following any natural disaster, residents are more susceptible to falling prey to exploitation and/or becoming human trafficking victims. Accordingly, as part of NAAG’s efforts to assist Puerto Rico rebuild following the devastation caused by Hurricane Maria, and in support of the people of Puerto Rico and its Department of Justice, IAP and NAGTRI are hosting the Summits in Puerto Rico, one of NAAG’s 56 members. Hosting these Summits in Puerto Rico strives to bring attention and awareness to the impact that disasters can have on communities while providing a forum for prosecutors, investigators, and experts in the human trafficking space to collaborate and share comprehensive investigative and prosecutorial techniques that protect vulnerable communities and victims of human trafficking.