Designed for Corrections Professionals

Developed by AncoraTN in partnership with the Tennessee Counter-Trafficking Alliance, this program provides Corrections Professionals with the information needed to identify and support potential victims of human trafficking transitioning through the state correctional facilities.

Course curriculum

  • 01

    Course Welcome

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    • A Message from Commissioner Frank Strada
    • Completing This Program
    • Pre-Test - What You May Know
    • Select Your Agency / Organization
  • 02

    Defining Human Trafficking

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    • Defining Human Trafficking
    • Human Trafficking and Prostitution Criteria
    • Defining Human Trafficking - Knowledge Check
  • 03

    Targets for Human Trafficking

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    • Targets For Human Trafficking
    • Trafficking Risk Factors
    • Targets for Trafficking - Knowledge Check
  • 04

    Signs and Symptoms for Corrections

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    • Signs and Symptoms for Corrections
    • Knowledge Check
  • 05

    Effects of Trauma

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    • The Effects of Trauma
    • Knowledge Check
  • 06

    Reporting Suspected Trafficking

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    • Reporting Suspected Trafficking
    • Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA)
    • TN Human Trafficking Hotline
    • Knowledge Check
  • 07

    Support and Treatment

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    • Support and Treatment
    • Hope and Support Services
    • Knowledge Check
  • 08

    Programs Offered Inside Correctional Facilities

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    • "As You Are Program" by Grow Free TN
    • "Thistle on the Inside" by Thistle Farms
  • 09

    Completion Survey and Message

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    • Course Survey

State of TN Sponsored

This project was supported by Award No. 2018 VOCA (2018-V2-GX-0024) awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice through the Tennessee Office of Criminal Justice Programs.

Note: The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in the publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office of Justice Programs, Office for Victims of Crime, or the State of Tennessee Office of Criminal Justice Programs.