- Are there any troubleshooting tips?
- What is the Annual Human Trafficking Summit?
- Why is the Summit virtual this year?
- When does the Summit start and end?
- What is the cost?
- Who should attend?
- Why should you attend?
- How do I register and access the Summit?
- Where can I find the Summit Program?
- What is the length of the Summit?
- Where can I find the handouts mentioned in select presentations?
- Will a Certificate of Attendance be provided?
- Can I use the Summit in my recertification or re-designation process?
- Will I be able to acquire CLE credit this year?
- Will there be awards at the 2020 Human Trafficking Summit?
- How do I become a speaker? What if I know someone who would be a good speaker for future summits?
- Does the Summit require a password?
Florida’s Statewide Council on Human Trafficking (Council) was created through legislation in 2014. This 15-member Council, chaired by Attorney General Moody, builds on existing state and local partnerships working to combat human trafficking. Members of the Council include law enforcement officers, prosecutors, legislators, as well as experts in the fields of health, education, and social services.
One of the duties of the Council is to hold an annual statewide policy summit with an institution of higher learning. Leaders in our state are committed to making Florida a zero-tolerance state for human trafficking. Learning opportunities created at the Summit will allow Florida to continue working to protect victims, prevent trafficking, and prosecute traffickers.
The Summit brings together local, state, and national leaders working to eradicate all forms of trafficking. Breakout sessions include recent updates and developments in the following areas:
- legal and law enforcement
- service delivery
- policy and research
- medical and healthcare
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and health and safety concerns, the decision was made to change the Summit from a physical attendance format at the DoubleTree by Hilton Orlando at SeaWorld, to a webinar format.
The Summit launched at 9 AM (EDT) on October 6, 2020. All content will remain available for 18 months, until April 2022.
The virtual Summit is free of charge.
Concerned citizens and professionals from law enforcement, juvenile justice, corrections, victim services, educational institutions, local governments, religious and social services, and labor and employment relations should attend the Summit.
Due to the delicate nature of the subject matter, it is highly recommended that participants be over the age of 18 years old.
The Summit offers many opportunities including: learning from experts, identifying successful programs for all citizens, professional and personal development, and more.
Registration can be accessed by utilizing the registration link posted on http://humantraffickingsummit.com/"/>HumanTraffickingSummit.com.
An email equipped with a link to access the Summit and all of its content will be sent after registration, to the email provided upon registration.
Access to this content will remain available until April 2022. Registrants will need access to a computer with internet and speakers to view the Summit.
This year, registrants will have a unique opportunity to participate in more than sixteen hours of presentations from subject matter experts without having to travel- at their own pace! Each presentation will not exceed one hour in length and will remain available until April 2022.
If a presentation mentions a handout, a link will be provided at the bottom of the video presentation description. If there is no handout link at the bottom of the video description, this means the presentation has no handouts.
In the past, physical Certificate of Attendances were able to be picked up at the conclusion of the Summit.This year, due to the virtual nature of the Summit, you may request a Notification of Attendance by clicking here and scrolling down the page to the Notification of Attendance section. In order to receive a notification of attendance, at least 6 hours (i.e. 6 presentations) must be completed by April 2022, 18 months after the launch of the 2020 Summit. Once 6 hours have been completed, fill out and submit the form in the link above, and you will receive an email with your notification of attendance.
For retraining credit hours, please contact the program that oversees your certification or designation process.
Yes. The Florida Bar has approved the 2020 Human Trafficking Summit for 19 hours of general continuing legal education credit to attendees who watch all presentations offered. The course number is 2005901N. Attendees who want Florida Bar credit should sign into the Florida Bar website (FloridaBar.org) to record their attendance.For our out-of-state registrants seeking CLE credit, please contact your state’s Bar to seek CLE credit in your state. Most states will require a copy of the program to consider CLE credit. The program can be found http://myfloridalegal.com/webfiles.nsf/WF/SSWN-BTAQLA/$file/2020+HT+Summit+Program.pdf"/>here.
Yes. The Award Nominations were due by August 24, 2020. The award recipients are acknowledged by the Attorney General within the Summit’s content within the video titled “Awards Presentation”. Award recipients will receive their award in the mail.
The Speaker Proposal Form was due by June 15, 2020. Speakers have been selected for this year’s summit and notified by the Office of the Attorney General. If you or someone you know would like to be notified when Speaker Proposal Forms are sent out, please email OAGHT.Summit@myfloridalegal.com"/>OAGHT.Summit@myfloridalegal.com with the email address you prefer and we will add you to our email list.
The 2020 Human Trafficking Summit does NOT require a password. If you are being prompted for a password, that appears to mean that you selected Method 1 in choosing that you have a LogMeIn account. If you do not have a LogMeIn account, navigate back to the stage and choose Method 2.
If you are unfamiliar with “Method 1” and “Method 2” please view our navigation video here: https://shwca.se/navigatingthevirtualsummit
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