Navigating the Roadmap: A Guide to Development and Operations for Multidisciplinary Anti-Human Trafficking Task Forces Webinar
May 20 — 2 P.M. ET
Navigating the Roadmap:
A Guide to Development and Operations for Multidisciplinary Anti-Human Trafficking Task Forces
May 20th, 2021, 2:00-3:30PM ET
11AM-12:30PM PT / 12-1:30PM MT / 1-2:30PM CT
Published in May of 2020, the Development and Operations Roadmap for Multidisciplinary Anti-human Trafficking Task Forces (“the Roadmap”) combines principles on the stages of group development with assessment metrics that are designed to assist interdisciplinary groups with achieving and assessing collaborative impact as teams. The Roadmap serves three purposes:
To provide anti-human trafficking task forces with a tool to identify needs and gaps in processes, collaboration, growth, performance, and progress toward requirements of grant funding (if applicable);
To reinforce that development of a multidisciplinary task force is a process that requires time, attention, and intention; and
To equip task forces with resources that support capacity building and sustainability.
This webinar will help participants to:
Classify four distinct areas of work in which task force efforts are grounded;
Describe the process of task force development through five stages;
Communicate two practical ways in which they can use the Roadmap in their jurisdiction; and
Identify two ways that conducting a task force self-assessment using the Roadmap can identify gaps and/or develop strategies for improving the collaborative functioning of a task force.
Erin Albright, Senior Training and Technical Assistance Specialist, ICF
Representatives from Office for Victims of Crime-funded Enhanced Collaborative Model anti-human trafficking task forces
Kristen McGeeney, Project Manager, International Association of Chiefs of Police
Please consider having a copy of the Development and Operations Roadmap handy for your reference during this webinar.
If you have any questions or have not received confirmation of your registration within one business day of your submission, please contact IACP’s Anti-Human Trafficking Training and Technical Assistance team at email@example.com.
This product is supported by the International Association of Chiefs of Police under 2020-VT-BX-K002 awarded by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this product are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice.