Human Trafficking – A law enforcements perspective

Meet you panelist:

Derrick Wilczek
Overland Park Police Department Vice Unit, Kansas City Division FBI
Detective and FBI Task Force Officer
Detective Derrick Wilczek, a 16-year veteran of the Overland Park Police Department, i s
currently assigned to the Vice Unit. Derrick has served as a Task Force Officer with the FBI’s Greater Kansas City Human Trafficking Task Force for the past nine years and has extensive experience investigating cases of human trafficking, commercial sex, and massage industry violations. Derrick and his partners i n the Kansas City metropolitan area strive to create an untenable environment for commercial sex through concerted efforts to share intelligence information, impact demand through enforcement, and educate community stakeholders about the scourge of trafficking.


Forensic Interview Specialist (TBD)
FBI


Wende Baker
Victim Specialist
FBI Kansas City Division
Wende Baker has been a Victim Specialist with the FBI since 2002 and i s one of the
Victim Specialists responsible for the Victim Assistance Program for the Kansas City
Division of the FBI. Ms. Baker served as a regional team leader for the FBI Victim
Services Response Team for three years and represented the central region of the
United States on the Victim Specialist Working Group for four years. She helped launch
the Kansas City Division’s Innocent Images Task Force, which i s now the Violent Crimes
Against Children Task Force. Ms. Baker i s also a member of the Coalition Against
Human Trafficking and serves on the Synergy Child Advocacy Center Advisory Board.
Ms. Baker received her Bachelor of Science Degree from Kansas State University and
Masters of Social Work degree from Tulane University.

3 CEU Offering
Facilitator: Derrick Wilczek, along with guest speakers

This offering gives you a law enforcement’s overview of the history, definition, elements and statutes of Human Trafficking. Attendees will learn how to protect themselves from a possible threat, identify the signs of potential victims and available resources to refer their clients. Handouts will be provided for review of the attendees. This offering is not intended to prepare the attendee to personally address these types of cases, but educate them on who to refer victims to. Taught by Derrick Wilczek

TOPICS: HISTORY AND DEFINITION OF HUMAN TRAFFICKING
Time: April 24th, 9am
Instructor: Derrick Wilczek

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Attendees will be able to list (3) elements of trafficking statutes.
  2. Attendees will be able to list (3) victim risk factors.
  3. Attendees will list (3) ways that offenders identify their targets.

CONTENT SOURCES:
US Department of Justice – Community Oriented Policing Services Educational Materials
Federal Bureau of Investigation – Behavioral Analysis Unit
United States Federal Statutes
Polaris Project
Public Broadcasting Service: A Path Appears
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Presenter’s Law Enforcement Investigative Experience

TOPICS: VICTIM RECRUITMNET
Instructor: Derrick Wilczek

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Attendees will define offender.
  2. Attendees will be able to list (3) behavioral indicators of human trafficking.
  3. Attendees will be able to list (5) physical indicators of human trafficking.
  4. Attendees will be able to list 3 commercial venues for trafficking.

CONTENT SOURCES:
US Department of Justice – Community Oriented Policing Services Educational Materials
Federal Bureau of Investigation – Behavioral Analysis Unit
United States Federal Statutes
Polaris Project
Public Broadcasting Service: A Path Appears
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Presenter’s Law Enforcement Investigative Experience

TOPICS: LIVE PANNEL FOR Q & A
Instructor: Derrick Wilczek

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  1. Participants will discuss the role of victim specialist and victim service’s role.
  2. Participants will discuss victim after care.
  3. Participants will discuss case challenges.
  4. Participants will discuss long-term recovery.
  5. Participants will discuss restorative justice.
  6. Participants will discuss demand reduction.

PANEL DISCUSSION:

Moderator:
Detective Derrick Wilczek – Overland Park Police Department
Participants:
Special Agent Laura Ferguson – Federal Bureau of Investigation
Victim Specialist Wende Baker – Federal Bureau of Investigation
Detective Greg Harmon – Kansas City Missouri Police Department

CONTENT SOURCES:
US Department of Justice – Community Oriented Policing Services Educational Materials
Federal Bureau of Investigation – Behavioral Analysis Unit
United States Federal Statutes
Polaris Project
Public Broadcasting Service: A Path Appears
National Center for Missing and Exploited Children
Presenter’s Law Enforcement Investigative Experience

QUIZ COMPLETION AND ADJOURN

Class begins at — and ends at —-. Your license number must be included in the “additional notes” section at check out to ensure proper CEU credits for the completed class.

Location: Online via Zoom
The link will be sent out one week prior to the start of the course.

Sand Dollar Learning Systems reserves the right to cancel any seminar if 10 organizations and/or individuals without organizational affiliation are not registered 7 days prior to the beginning date of the seminar. In the event of said cancellation, fully registered participants will be scheduled into the next regularly occurring seminar offered by the Sand Dollar Learning Centers.

Certificates will be released upon successful completion of the class quiz and course evaluation.

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