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SB 1407 Human trafficking identification and awareness training; DCJS to adopt regulations.

Introduced by: Adam P. Ebbin | all patrons    ...    notes | add to my profiles

SUMMARY AS INTRODUCED:

Department of Criminal Justice Services; human trafficking identification and awareness training. Requires the Department of Criminal Justice Services (the Department) to adopt regulations that make compulsory for all law-enforcement personnel the Department's training standards regarding sensitivity to and awareness of human trafficking offenses, the identification of human traffickers, and identification of and assistance for victims of human trafficking offenses. Current law requires such training only for personnel in criminal investigations or assigned to vehicle or street patrol duties. The bill also requires the Department to include such human trafficking identification and awareness training as part of the minimum training standards for school security and campus security officers.


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