Child Exploitation
Closing ceremony of first human trafficking and child exploitation course taught by ICE HSI at ILEA San Salvador this summer, with participants from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador,Haiti, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and El Salvador (photo courtesy of ILEA San Salvador)
07/29/2019
San Salvador, El Salvador
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The trainings, which took place between June 17-21 and June 24-28, 2019, were designed to help participating law enforcement officers, agents, prosecutors, and judges understand the crimes of sex trafficking/forced labor and child exploitation/sexual child abuse and how to work these types of cases. The ICE HSI delegations not only provided insight into each crime, but also discussed the challenges they face when investigating and prosecuting human trafficking and child exploitation cases in the United States.

Child Exploitation
Closing ceremony of first human trafficking and child exploitation course taught by ICE HSI at ILEA San Salvador this summer, with participants from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador,Haiti, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and El Salvador (photo courtesy of ILEA San Salvador)
07/29/2019
San Salvador, El Salvador
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The trainings, which took place between June 17-21 and June 24-28, 2019, were designed to help participating law enforcement officers, agents, prosecutors, and judges understand the crimes of sex trafficking/forced labor and child exploitation/sexual child abuse and how to work these types of cases. The ICE HSI delegations not only provided insight into each crime, but also discussed the challenges they face when investigating and prosecuting human trafficking and child exploitation cases in the United States.

Child Exploitation
Closing ceremony of first human trafficking and child exploitation course taught by ICE HSI at ILEA San Salvador this summer, with participants from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador,Haiti, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and El Salvador (photo courtesy of ILEA San Salvador)
07/29/2019
San Salvador, El Salvador
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The trainings, which took place between June 17-21 and June 24-28, 2019, were designed to help participating law enforcement officers, agents, prosecutors, and judges understand the crimes of sex trafficking/forced labor and child exploitation/sexual child abuse and how to work these types of cases. The ICE HSI delegations not only provided insight into each crime, but also discussed the challenges they face when investigating and prosecuting human trafficking and child exploitation cases in the United States.

Child Exploitation
ILEA San Salvador welcome representatives from the Bahamas, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Dominican Republic and El Salvador to second training about humantrafficking and child exploitation taught by ICE HSI this summer (photo courtesy of ILEA San Salvador)
07/29/2019
San Salvador, El Salvador
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The trainings, which took place between June 17-21 and June 24-28, 2019, were designed to help participating law enforcement officers, agents, prosecutors, and judges understand the crimes of sex trafficking/forced labor and child exploitation/sexual child abuse and how to work these types of cases. The ICE HSI delegations not only provided insight into each crime, but also discussed the challenges they face when investigating and prosecuting human trafficking and child exploitation cases in the United States.

Child Exploitation
Closing ceremony of first human trafficking and child exploitation course taught by ICE HSI at ILEA San Salvador this summer, with participants from Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Ecuador,Haiti, Paraguay, Peru, Uruguay and El Salvador (photo courtesy of ILEA San Salvador)
07/29/2019
San Salvador, El Salvador
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The trainings, which took place between June 17-21 and June 24-28, 2019, were designed to help participating law enforcement officers, agents, prosecutors, and judges understand the crimes of sex trafficking/forced labor and child exploitation/sexual child abuse and how to work these types of cases. The ICE HSI delegations not only provided insight into each crime, but also discussed the challenges they face when investigating and prosecuting human trafficking and child exploitation cases in the United States.

Child Exploitation
ILEA San Salvador welcome representatives from the Bahamas, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Dominican Republic and El Salvador to second training about human traffickingand child exploitation taught by ICE HSI this summer (photo courtesy of ILEA San Salvador)
07/29/2019
San Salvador, El Salvador
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The trainings, which took place between June 17-21 and June 24-28, 2019, were designed to help participating law enforcement officers, agents, prosecutors, and judges understand the crimes of sex trafficking/forced labor and child exploitation/sexual child abuse and how to work these types of cases. The ICE HSI delegations not only provided insight into each crime, but also discussed the challenges they face when investigating and prosecuting human trafficking and child exploitation cases in the United States.

Child Exploitation
ILEA San Salvador welcome representatives from the Bahamas, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Dominican Republic and El Salvador to second training about human trafficking and child exploitationtaught by ICE HSI this summer (photo courtesy of ILEA San Salvador)
07/29/2019
San Salvador, El Salvador
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The trainings, which took place between June 17-21 and June 24-28, 2019, were designed to help participating law enforcement officers, agents, prosecutors, and judges understand the crimes of sex trafficking/forced labor and child exploitation/sexual child abuse and how to work these types of cases. The ICE HSI delegations not only provided insight into each crime, but also discussed the challenges they face when investigating and prosecuting human trafficking and child exploitation cases in the United States.