Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt said today his office is offering training sessions on human trafficking awareness for the hospitality, travel and tourism industry in Kansas City and Topeka on Monday, April 29th and in Wichita Tuesday, April 30th. The events are presented by the AG office and ECPAT-USA, an anti-trafficking policy organization.
Training includes defining human trafficking and commercial sexual exploitation of children. Identifying individuals who are most at risk for human trafficking, understanding the difference between labor and sex trafficking specific to the hotel, restaurant and hospitality sector, and explaining the role of hospitality employees in responding to this issue.
Trainings are in Kansas City and Topeka. Registration is required. For details, go to visitkansascityks.com/education.