Do you know federal, state, local, and tribal law enforcement officers who went above and beyond the call of duty in 2019?
The deadline for all Law Enforcement Congressional Badge of Bravery nominations are due Sunday, February 15, 2020.
• Multiple officers can be nominated, and an officer can be nominated for multiple incidents.
• Separate nominations must be submitted for each officer and incident.
• All nominations must be submitted through the online Congressional Badge of Bravery Nomination System.
Thank you for support and recognizing our nation’s law enforcement for their acts of bravery that keep our citizens and communities safe.
Recording now available for OVC TTAC’s Expert Q&A on Increasing Community Awareness of Labor Trafficking!
“Presenters discuss trauma-informed approaches to increasing community awareness of labor trafficking, as well as explore how to help community partners provide potential victims with appropriate resources for support. As a result of the session, participants will: identify approaches that victim service providers can take to expand their knowledge and/or community knowledge of labor trafficking, discuss innovative approaches for outreach and awareness on labor trafficking, and identify resources and approaches for referring potential victims of labor trafficking safely for additional support.”
Find the recording here.