Last week, the San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office Bureau of Investigations sponsored an intensive three-day Human Trafficking training for sworn law enforcement officers and prosecutors.
"With the support of District Attorney Tori Verber Salazar, the Bureau of Investigations invited the Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force to lead a three-day class for our local law enforcement agencies,” said Bureau of Investigations Chief James Bojko. “It is imperative for law enforcement officers to be informed on the dangers of human trafficking and recognize the signs of those being continuously victimized.”
The Orange County Human Trafficking Task Force presented local law enforcement Officers, Investigators, Detectives, Supervisors, and Prosecutors tools to recognize human trafficking indicators occurring within the County and options when taking enforcement. The class also covered real-life scenarios, current trends, as well as a session with a human trafficking survivor.
The San Joaquin County District Attorney’s Office is committed to advocating for victims, ensuring public safety and equitable justice for all. To learn more about the Bureau of Investigations, click here.