Tools to Help Recognize, Identify and Understand Human Trafficking and its Dynamics
In January 2019, the South Carolina Human Trafficking Task Force partnered with the Attorney General’s Department of Crime Victim Services Training, Provider Certification, and Statistical Analysis to launch a specialized training for human trafficking service providers. The development of this training followed the passage of H3329.
This training is the first of its kind in South Carolina as well as the nation. Select providers who complete a minimum of 15 hours in approved VSP human trafficking specific basic core requirements will receive certification. Certification is maintained by a minimum of 12 hours of approved VSP continuing education each subsequent calendar year.
Requirements to be considered for VSP-HT certification
Learn how to define human trafficking, identify potential victims, and report human trafficking incidents to the National Human Trafficking Hotline.
Examples of Highly Vulnerable Populations
Learn how to define sex trafficking, how to recognize the types of sex trafficking, and the common signs of a sex trafficking victim.
Types of Sex Trafficking
Learn how to define labor trafficking, how to recognize the types of labor trafficking, and the common signs of a labor trafficking victim.
Types of Labor Trafficking
Understand how traffickers can use the internet to exploit victims and learn how caregivers can implement safety mechanisms to prevent youth from being victimized.
Understand human trafficking trends within the temporary guestworker system as well as the potential signs of a labor trafficking victim.
Visa types at risk for exploitation
Download Human Trafficking & Temporary Guestworker Visas Fact Sheet
Aprenda cómo definir la trata de personas, identificar posibles víctimas, y reportar incidentes de trata de personas a la Línea Nacional de Trata de Personas.
Descargar Informacion Sobre Trata de Personas
Comprender cómo los traficantes pueden usar Internet para encontrar, capacitar y aprovecharse de sus víctimas. Aprender cómo los cuidadores pueden implementar mecanismos de seguridad para evitar que los jóvenes sean víctimas.