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First International Human Trafficking Summit Fulfills Vision of Founder, But Much Work Ahead

By Michael Sale

Deputy Chief of Police Kim Derry (retired, Toronto PD) was the first non-American to ascend to the position of president of the FBI National Academy Associates (FBINAA), a position he held in 2010.

During a decade of active participation with the FBINAA executive board, Kim championed and supported many new programs for the association including an academic alliance—in which American Military University is a very active participant—and the FBI National Academy Associates Charitable Foundation, which raises funds to support members in crisis, education scholarships, and research that advances the association’s support of law enforcement.

Myth vs. Fact: A Wake-Up Call about Human Trafficking

By Dave Malone On June 6-8, Wisconsin Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen hosted the 2012 Attorney General's Summit on Public Safety in Wisconsin Dells, WI, concentrating on the issue of human trafficking. The presentations made at the summit served as a loud “wake-up call” to most of the law enforcement personnel in attendance. As a police officer, what is your level of understanding about human trafficking? Ask yourself if you have accepted some of the following myths.