At Risk Populations: Human Trafficking / Domestic Violence

Organization: Emergency Services Education

Created by: Shane Driver NRP, FP-C, CCEMTP


Heinous crimes, right in front of you.  Can you spot it?  What will you do when you encounter one of their victims?  Will you ignore it too?

Human Trafficking is a billion-dollar industry and growing, with a focus on the forced slavery and prostitution of women and children. As shocking as it may seem, it is happening right here in America. It is happening in your city, at this very moment. It is happening right here in the State of Alabama.  That is why we need your help. EMS professionals must learn how to recognize and deal with these situations.  With your help, the victims can be rescued and their lives changed forever.  


Alabama OEMS 1.0 CME 17-R1-0337, 18-R1-9100, 19-R1-9100, 20-R1-9100, 21-R1-9100, 22-R1-9100, 23-R1-9100, 24-R1-9100

Profits from this lecture will go to support The Well House, a faith-based and Christ-centered nonprofit organization offering immediate shelter and transitional housing to women who have been trafficked, are prostituting, or otherwise sexually exploited.


  • Define Domestic Violence
  • Define Human Trafficking
  • Learn how to recognize a victim of the industry
  • Learn how to treat a victim when EMS is summoned
  • Be able to identify and report a victim to the proper authorities
  • Identify ways to help rescue these victims from the Human Trafficking Trade

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