Northeast Alabama Community College will host Human Trafficking Awareness Training on its campus. The dates and times are Tuesday, April 26, 9 am until 11 am and 2 pm until 4 pm; and Wednesday, April 27, 9 am until 11 am and 2 pm until 4 pm. These multiple sessions are being made available to accommodate law enforcement and first responder schedules.
The training will be held in the Social Science/Criminal Justice Building in Room 109. It is being sponsored by the Huntsville-Madison County Human Trafficking Task Force. The presenter will be Spencer Schneider, Homeland Security Resident Agent in Charge.
“I am excited Northeast was selected to host this training,” stated Brent Satterfield, Criminal Justice Instructor at NACC. “Human Trafficking has become an important issue in our society and it’s vital for our first responders to know how to deal with it. This training fits well with the Criminal Justice program’s mission here at the College of providing vital and affordable training to our law enforcement officers in this area. We plan to offer more training in the future.”
Two hours of APOST credits will be available to those who participate and complete the training.
Space is limited, so register now. E-mail your name, agency, address, and phone number, and provide your email address to firstname.lastname@example.org; or call 423-903-3207. Please indicate which session you plan to attend.
For more information on Human Trafficking Awareness, go to www.stnow.org.