What is the CHTI all about?
The Board Certified Human Trafficking Investigator (CHTI®) designation is awarded to Human Trafficking practitioners who have proven expertise and proficiency in human trafficking investigation management, intelligence gathering, digital evidence collection, interview and interrogation, developing reports and testimony to validate findings. The CHTI® is evidence of an expert skill set in Human Trafficking investigations.
This is the most sought after certification in the industry for those professionals in law enforcement wanting to elevate their career to the next level with an emphasis in human trafficking. The CHTI® credential is premier credential in the industry and is taught by world class professionals which will teach you everything you need to know to be highly effective in combating the global issue of human trafficking.
The CHTI credential is tough and demanding, but fun to study for. You will learn and grow with this phenomenal certification program which will keep you on the edge of your seat and even better yet, it's all online. There are no boring theory lectures here. It's all how-to-based tutorials, videos, and personal mentor ship which helps you to actually utilize the learning's coming from the training program and be highly effective in your organization and/or agency as you progress.Begin today on the exciting adventure of becoming one of the elite, a Certified Human Trafficking Investigator.
Even better yet! This certification program and all the resources are completely online and self-study! No matter when you want it, where you want it or where you are located around the world, it will be available 24/7/365.
Applicant experience must meet one of the four following criteria listed below:
In addition, a person convicted of a felony, any crime of moral turpitude or misdemeanor relating to honesty, theft, embezzlement, fraud or the like shall be ineligible to become a CHTI™. Applicant must provide a copy of certified transcript of education ONLY if using college degree rather than experience to qualify.
Applicant must successfully pass the prescribed background check, which may include a criminal background check, and examination process.
Falsification or omission of information on the application form will be reason enough to disqualify an applicant from becoming or remaining a Certified Human Trafficking Investigator.
What is Human Trafficking?
Dynamics of Human Trafficking
Signs of Human Trafficking
How to Investigate Human Trafficking
Effective Cyber Investigations & Intelligence Gathering
Email Headers and Digital Forensics
Legal Assistance and Visa Provisions under Federal Law
Collaboration between Federal, State, and Local Law Enforcement
CHTI Final Exam
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The CHTI provides valuable training for those who seek to better understand the pervasiveness and scope of human trafficking as well as the impact of this crime has on its victims. The course makes clear how we can recognize victims of trafficking in all of its forms through signs of abuse. Human trafficking is truly a human rights violation. The courses section on Laws thoroughly covers Acts relevant to the trafficking. It is gratifying to see the evolution of the victims protection Acts in the U.S. and how they have come to better deal with this growing problem. The course provides good grounding in the essential roles of the various departments and agencies that have been established in the U.S. to fight trafficking as well as those that provide support for victims. The CHTI is well constructed in terms of its coverage of a range of training material, along with excellent hand-outs. My only criticism is that I would have liked to have done some hands-on work in the form of an assignment.
I thought this course was informative and put together quite well. Some slides may need a little updating but overall a great course. I am glad I took it and will put the information I have learned to good use. Thanks Again Andy J. Ano