The University of Findlay will host an Ohio State Highway Patrol Human Trafficking Training event at 7 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 12, in the Alumni Memorial Union Multipurpose Room.
There is no cost to attend the training, and participants will receive a certificate of attendance. This session marks the first time this type of training has been offered to the community at large. The Governor of Ohio requires every state employee who works with the public to participate in a training session.
Attendees will be trained to recognize the signs and types of human trafficking, as well as how and to whom concerns about human trafficking should be reported.
This session is co-sponsored by community partners the Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Hancock County Soroptomist.
Please call 419-434-4606 with questions.
- Alumna hired by Cleveland Browns
- Ohio Veterinarian Follows in Father’s UF Board of Trustees Footsteps
- January ’19 Educator Workshops to Focus on Helping Children Contend with Loss
- At Birchaven, Art Bridges Generational, Cognitive Gaps
- From Notion to Reality: Research in Air Pollution Leads to New Chamber
- Game, Set, Match: Gatherings Offer Opportunities for Moving and Learning