The Georgia Public Safety Training Center, in conjunction with the Office of the Attorney General, the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council’s Statewide Human Trafficking Task Force, and the Department of Corrections, is presenting an educational symposium to help public safety personnel recognize and respond to human trafficking and gang activity within their own communities.
The symposium will be held at GPSTC on Monday, September 10, 2018, and is being coordinated by Mr. Bruce Stanford, Division Director of the Police Academy Division. Mr. Stanford is a Georgia POST certified instructor.
Topics Instructor Victim Recognition Brian Johnston, GBI Special-Agentin-Charge Proper Handling of Witnesses, Victim Referrals, & Trauma Bonding Andy Kogerma, DFCS Evidence Collection Chuck Boring, Cobb County District Attorney’s Office Case Building and Statutes Bonnie Smith, Fulton County District Attorney’s Office Resources for Victims, Witnesses, and Public Safety Personnel Panel Discussion How Incarcerated Gang Leaders Control Gangs in the Community Derek McKinney, GDOC Mitigating the Threat of Gang Activity in Communities Derek McKinney, GDOC
For more information, go to: Human Trafficking/Gang Symposium
****THIS TRAINING IS NOT APPROVED FOR EXECUTIVE CREDITS****