Our new free training on human trafficking will be available to LEO professionals on May 1st, 2018. The domestic violence toolkit can still be accessed by scrolling down to the Access Training section of this page and clicking on the Domestic Violence tab.
The National Prevention Toolkit on Officer Involved Domestic Violence and Human Trafficking is a project of the Law Enforcement Families Partnership (LEFP) at the Institute for Family Violence Studies within Florida State University’s College of Social Work. The Toolkit is part of a broad-based effort to educate officers and support healthy families and communities. Please note that the domestic violence training is not a batterer intervention program and is not for use when violence has already occurred.
The goals of the domestic violence training are:
The goals of the human trafficking training are:
The training is designed as a prevention tool for criminal justice officers. In this password-protected site, officers and administrators/supervisors have access to online training modules and resources specifically designed for the criminal justice community.
The Human Trafficking Project was supported by Award No. VF011 awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime,Office of Justice Programs, Sponsored by the Institute for Family Violence Studies and the State of Florida.