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District Attorney's Office announces trainings to spot human trafficking

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The Kern County District Attorney logo. 

The Kern County District Attorney's Office is inviting the community to attend human trafficking trainings in January. 

Human Trafficking Awareness Training for Parents and Guardians

What: Parents and guardians will learn how to identify signs of human trafficking of children. The KCDA has partnered with Zoe International. 

When: 6 to 7 p.m. Jan. 25. A Zoom link will be provided three business days before the event. 

How: Attendees must pre-register at https://kcda_parents.eventbrite.com or call 661-868-2435

Human Trafficking Awareness Training for Hotel Employees

What: The KCDA has partnered with the Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking Alliance and the California Hotel and Lodging Association. Attendees will learn the sings of human trafficking, how to safely respond and how to prevent trafficking. The training fulfills California’s mandatory Senate Bill 970 training and education for hotel and motel employees.

When: 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Jan. 25. A Zoom link will be provided three business days before the event. 

How: Attendees must pre-register at https://kcda_hotels.eventbrite.com or call 661-868-2435

Human Trafficking Awareness Training for Healthcare Workers

What: The KCDA has partnered with the Northwell Health HEART Task Force. Attendees will learn how to identify red flags, evaluate potential victims and understand levels of care for treatment.

When: 3 to 4 p.m. Jan. 21. A Zoom link will be provided three business days before the event. 

How: Attendees must pre-register at https://kcda_healthcare.eventbrite.com/ or call 661-868-2435