Truckers Against Trafficking (TAT) provides a 4-hour, in-depth law enforcement training on human trafficking and societal attitudes that contribute to a misunderstanding of prostitution, along with a victim-centered approach and case studies of inspection and interdiction stops that turned into human trafficking. Central to TAT’s training is a powerful survivor’s testimony with her perspectives
on interactions with law enforcement she encountered.

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Iowa Motor Vehicle Enforcement Model

One of TAT’s most effective strategies in the fight against human trafficking is the Iowa Motor Vehicle Enforcement model (Iowa MVE), created by Chief Lorenzen, to activate law enforcement officers and state agencies in combating human trafficking. Full implementation of this model is a significant outcome of TAT's in-depth law enforcement training, as officers become educated on the issue of human trafficking themselves, and equipped to participate in public and targeted awareness campaigns that empower and mobilize additional sectors throughout their state.

TAT 38-Minute Law Enforcement Training DVD

Designed to provide an introductory education on the realities of human trafficking for all law enforcement officers, TAT's 38-minute training DVD is available in hard copy and via digital download.

Download Law Enforcement Training Supporting Documents

TAT Law Enforcement Training handout