The MECP has partnered with the AMBER Alert Training and Technical Assistance Program to host the Tribal and Human Trafficking Thursdays Series. This series will bring together state, local and tribal subject matter experts (SME) to identify common types of violence, risk factors for violence and signs of possible victimization among children, including those in tribal country. Presenters will also include trafficking survivors and victim advocates who will share their stories and perspectives on developing victim-centric responses in an effort to more effectively serve and support child victims. The series will identify solutions to increase collaboration between state, local, and tribal communities in response to the exploitation of children and other forms of child victimization issues, develop appropriate agency responses, and effectively address the needs of victims.
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