April 2nd BEC Seminar

April 02, 2019
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
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Securian Center in the River Room
400 North Robert
St. Paul, MN 55101

Human Trafficking in St. Paul

Human trafficking is a growing issue worldwide. You may think that it happens in bigger cities or other communities, but it could be happening right in front of you in your own building. When large events like the Super Bowl or Final Four come to our area, the problem becomes even more pronounced. What are indicators to watch for? How can you adequately train your staff and what do you do if you suspect some activity?  How does this activity increase other types of crime?

Sergeant Nikkole Peterson with the Family and Sexual Violence Unit will join us and provide insight on this issue and how the private sector can partner with the public sector to combat this very serious crime. Nikkole has worked in the Family and Sexual Violence Unit, the Special Investigations Unit and she has been assigned to the Vice / Human Trafficking Unit since March 2016.   She is currently a full-time member of the Minnesota Human Trafficking Investigators Task Force.

1 Hour of CEU is APPROVED.

  • DATE:  Tuesday, April 2nd
  • LOCATION:  Securian, 400 North Robert Street, 1st Floor River Room, St. Paul, MN
  • TIME:  8:30am – Registration and Refreshments / 9:00-10:00am - Program
  • COST:  $25.00