Section 787.06(2)(d), Florida
Statutes, defines human trafficking as “transporting, soliciting, recruiting, harboring, providing, enticing, maintaining,
or obtaining another person for the purpose of exploitation of that person.” The Office of the State Courts
Administrator takes the issue of human trafficking very seriously, and has begun to address training opportunities and
The Office of the State Courts
Administrator has developed the following human trafficking overview. It is available as a PDF.
Human Trafficking Webinar by the
Center for Court Innovation Webinar
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The Crime of Human Trafficking: An
This award-winning video was created
to assist law enforcement in identification and investigation of this emerging crime, offer direction on how to best assist
victims, and provide an overview of federal laws.
Rescue & Restore Victims of
Human Trafficking Webinar Webinar
The Rescue and Restore campaign
increases the identification of trafficking victims in the United States and helps those victims receive the benefits and
services they need to restore their lives. The campaign enlists those who are most likely to encounter but not
recognize victims of human trafficking.