Child Welfare and Human Trafficking
$3.00 | CEU Hours:1.00 | Beginning
This course is NOT approved in Florida for Human Trafficking credit.
CEU Course Description
Often, the lack of stability in a child’s living situation, physical distance from friends and family, and emotional vulnerability put them at risk for traffickers who are actively seeking children and teens to exploit. This CEU course provides a broad overview of the crossover between the child welfare field and the work currently being done to prevent and respond to human trafficking of children and youth in the United States.
Author: Child Welfare Information Gateway. (2015). Child welfare and human trafficking. Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Children's Bureau.
Retrieved from: https://www.childwelfare.gov/catalog/serieslist/?CWIGFunctionsaction=publicationCatalog:main.dspSeriesDetail&publicationSeriesID=8
CEU Course Objectives
1. List three needs of victims of trafficking.
2. Explain who is considered a victim of sex trafficking.
3. Summarize what needs to be demonstrated in order to prove labor trafficking of a child.
4. Appraise how children and youth who are victims of trafficking can often be distinguished from other children who receive child welfare services.
5. Identify five signs that a child or teen is a victim of sex trafficking.
6. Describe what makes children and youth in out-of-home care at particularly high risk of being trafficked.
CEU Outline with Main Points
1. Definitions and statistics
a. Definitions of trafficking
b. Numbers of children and youth who are trafficked
c. Crossover with child welfare
2. Federal legislation and initiatives on trafficking and child welfare
a. Federal legislation
b. White House
c. A coordinated approach
d. Department of health and human services
e. Department of Homeland Security
f. Department of Justice
g. Department of State
3. Victims and their needs
a. Identifying victims
b. Screening victims
c. The needs of children and youth who have been trafficked
4. State and local efforts to help victims
a. State "Safe Harbor" legislation on Trafficking
b. State child welfare efforts to address trafficking
c. Children's Bureau grants to address trafficking at State and local levels
Date Added: 2017-08-09
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